A healthy lifestyle is an important factor in the longevity of a person's life both physically and mentally. Many people go through ups, downs and, "I give ups" throughout their life, as they see changes in their body and their attitude. But you can always tell when one has worked hard to maintain balance in their life, and it shines through with a golden glow.
For 63-year-old former Las Vegas show girl Sian Lesley, this couldn't be more true. From head to toe, she is a stunning example of what balance can do to you. The professional singer, who now lives in Madeira, Portugal, could pass for a much younger woman with the way she has taken care of herself.
But what's this beauty's secret? According to Lesley, she says her attitude is to enjoy everything in moderation, especially when it comes to her eating habits. "I start the day with a cup of warm water with some lemon in it, followed by some porridge with some honey or coconut oil and a small coffee after I have finished working out," she said. "For lunch I might have a salad, then mid afternoon I'll have a sweet treat with my cup of tea, something like a piece of cake, a couple of squares of chocolate or a biscuit." And for dinner? "My husband and I often eat in our restaurant and I ask the chef to cook me something like fish and vegetables, which I will have with a glass of red or white wine."
Rather than feel guilty about indulging in a glass of wine or a piece of cake, the sexy singer makes sure to dedicate 35 minutes of her time to exercise, whether it is on the treadmill or the Pilates bench.
And as for her beautiful complexion, she enjoys the sun while covering up with an SPF 50 sunscreen, and uses AF-33 cream from Avon, and makes sure to invest in quality make-up. She also received a mini facelift a few years ago.
Proud of her looks and happy from the inside out, Lesley says looking your best at 63 isn't an unachievable task. "But I do get sad when I see someone who could be stunning and think that they’ve kind of given up. Because they don’t have to." She thinks it's people's lifestyles that keeps them from looking and feeling the way they really desire. "People always have the excuse that they don’t have time for it but it’s just taking that step into a lifestyle change."
Do you think too many people come up with excuses not to achieve their lifestyle goals?
Source: Daily Mail
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