“eTalk” Host Chloe Wilde Talks Sunscreen, Fasting and Working Out in Quarantine

When Chloe Wilde isn't reporting on eTalk, she's working on her health game — so much so that she now hosts the Crave series Healthy is Hot. Here are the health habits that this wellness warrior swears by.

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Best Skincare

“My skincare varies, but there’s one step that is an absolute must: sunscreen. Growing up, I hated putting on sunscreen, but now, at 31, I’ll do whatever I can to keep my skin healthy, youthful and plump. I’m still not a fan of that sunscreen smell, so I opt for moisturizers that have 50+ protection in them.”

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Best Sweat

“Daily movement has been critical for my mental health during the COVID-19 era, but I live in a condo so I have to get creative. I’ve been participating in Zoom workouts with my local fitness studios, boxing, doing yoga and cycling. When my motivation is low, I find a simple walk does the trick.”

Best Fuel

“I love training early in the morning, and I’ll typically do it fasted — if I eat right when I wake up and then work out, I get nauseous. I save my feast, which is usually coconut yogurt with granola and fresh berries, for after my sweat session.”

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Best Place

“This quarantine has forced me (well, all of us) to slow down. At first, I was reluctant and resistant to it, but now I realize that the pace of life prior to this was unhealthy and unnecessary. I hope to take this new found appreciation for sleep, rest, being okay with being alone, into the next chapter.”

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Best Stress-Buster

“Moving my body. By doing so, I prioritize myself for that period of time, taking care of my health and showing up so that I can be the best version of myself in all other facets of my life. The resulting endorphin rush is an added bonus.”

Next, learn how ET Canada host Sangita Patel is spending her time in quarantine.

Originally Published in Best Health Canada