Bethenny Frankel, 51, shares she’s been on a new cleanse to “detox.”

Bethenny Frankel, 51, started 2022 with her health in mind.

On Wednesday, the Real Housewives Of New York veteran shared that she’s undergone a new detox regimen.

The Skinnygirl founder posed in a white swimsuit that flattered her slim figure while she lay waist-deep in a swimming pool while vacationing in Palm Beach, Fla.

No bad foods: Bethenny Frankel, 51, started 2022 with her health in mind. On Wednesday, the Real Housewives Of New York veteran shared that she underwent a new cleanse to “detoxify.”

“Feel good and look good,” she said in her caption.

The caption began, “Not sure why I’m so serious here, but maybe it’s because I went on a cleanse/detox in January and I’m seeing serious sleep, skin and spiritual benefits. “

In her hashtags, she put B-Tox, which doesn’t stand for Botox but rather has to do with the cleanse she’s doing. It includes green juices and pumpkin soup.

Better this year: “Feel good and look good,” she said in her caption. The caption began, “Not sure why I’m so serious here, but maybe it’s because I went on a cleanse/detox in January and I’m seeing serious sleep, skin and spiritual benefits. “

She also mentioned that she is “shining” and has “glowing skin, shiny hair, sparkling eyes.”

And she took time out to tuck in her Bethenny sunglasses, available through HSN.

In early January, she spoke again about her health.

Fruits and veggies work for her: In her hashtags, she put B-Tox, which doesn't stand for Botox but more to do with the cleanse she does.  It includes green juices and pumpkin soup

Fruits and veggies work for her: In her hashtags, she put B-Tox, which doesn’t stand for Botox but more to do with the cleanse she does. It includes green juices and pumpkin soup

“Diet & fitness are always big resolutions. People get super excited and make great statements about all the drastic changes they’re about to make and that life will never be the same again,” she said.

“Then we feel disappointed when we cannot keep unrealistic promises. I plan to be as healthy as I can realistically be every day and every week. People are always asking and commenting on how often I exercise and if I eat. I used to focus a lot on diet and exercise. In my 30’s I let that go and it changed my life and my body immeasurably. People are too obsessed and noisy in these areas.”

She then said that she rarely exercises.

That golden glow: She also mentioned that she

That golden glow: She also mentioned that she “glows” and has “glowing skin, shiny hair, bright eyes.”

“When I do this, I go for a walk or do yoga, but I always prioritize sleep over fitness. I eat and drink what I want and what I crave, but I never get excited or emotional about the food. (That doesn’t mean I don’t feel like a garbage can after drinking and eating crap, btw.)” she added.

Frankel added, “We’ve beat ourselves up and feel ‘good’ or ‘bad’ based on consumption.

And she found that it’s an unhealthy obsession and gets the opposite of the desired result.

“Food is neither our best friend nor our enemy. Having a better relationship with food and fitness is a more realistic solution that you can actually achieve,” she noted.

Vegetarian Meals:

Vegetarian Meals: “Bryn wants to be a vegetarian because she loves animals, so she asked me to do it with her,” Frankel explained in 2020

In the summer of 2020, she said she had revised her eating habits, reverting to a vegetarian diet at the request of her daughter, Bryn.

“Bryn wants to be a vegetarian because she loves animals, so she asked me to do it with her,” explained Frankel, who shared pictures of some of the ethical dishes she made on her Instagram story.

She added, “I used to eat like this, so let’s see how it goes.”

A vegetarian diet completely avoids meat consumption and often also the consumption of by-products that arise when animals are slaughtered.

With her new husband: Bethenny shares Bryn with ex-husband and businessman Jason Hoppy, 49. The couple originally married in 2010. Frankel is now engaged to film producer Paul Bernon

With her new husband: Bethenny shares Bryn with ex-husband and businessman Jason Hoppy, 49. The couple originally married in 2010. Frankel is now engaged to film producer Paul Bernon

One of the meatless appetizers Bethenny prepared was a delicious-looking cauliflower crust pizza with vegan mozzarella [she] shredded and marinara.’

The successful entrepreneur noted that “the key” to making the cauliflower crust as delicious as possible is “[using] a pizza stone and crispy[ing] both sides of crust over high heat before adding toppings.’

She followed her pizza post with pictures of some pan-fried “vegan fish fillets,” a serving of herbed potatoes, and a refreshing romaine lettuce, tomato, and baby lamb’s lettuce.

Fit Queen: Frankel has publicly shared her dedication to health and wellness, whether it's flaunting her toned physique on social media or promoting products from her Skinnygirl empire;  2020 seen

Fit Queen: Frankel has publicly shared her dedication to health and wellness, whether it’s flaunting her toned physique on social media or promoting products from her Skinnygirl empire; 2020 seen

Frankel added a line to her post asking her 2.2 million followers to “use what.” [they] available to prepare your own plant-based dishes.

Removing meat, including seafood, could prove beneficial for Bethenny as she suffers from a “rare fish allergy.”

The reality star’s allergy became public knowledge back in 2018 when she experienced a near-fatal reaction after eating a bowl of fish soup at a restaurant.

“I had soup, itching and was unconscious for 15 minutes, then to the ER and ICU for 2 days with a blood pressure of 60/40,” Bethenny tweeted at the time.

She added: “911 & EPI save me. I will never wear an #epipen @NewtonWellseley.’

Bethenny shares Bryn with ex-husband and businessman Jason Hoppy, 49. The couple originally married in 2010. Frankel is now engaged to film producer Paul Bernon.

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