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Ashley Tisdale can’t get enough of the beach, and loves to rock a bikini while taking in the surf and sand.

How does she get that fabulous figure?

“I definitely work out a lot,” the High School Musical star, 27, tells me this week at PUMA’s Project Pink launch at Macy’s Herald Square in NYC. "I have a trainer. I don’t like to say that I’m on a certain diet. I just try to eat more protein and veggies because it’s hard for me to keep muscle on, so I have to eat a lot of protein. I try to steer clear from the carbs. I’ll do a gluten-free instead of a white bread, and processed stuff I don’t like to eat.”

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She’s not perfect in the diet department, though.

“My one weakness is bread. Everybody I think has a weakness. It’s either sugar or bread, and I just love carbs. I’m not into sweets really — I can have sweets, but I don’t crave that. I totally crave sushi or anything with rice or Italian food. For me, I realized that I think I do have a gluten allergy, because I never feel great after it. [laughs] I just try to stay with the good carbs, obviously.”

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For Ashley, being stick-thin is not the goal.

“I just like a body that looks healthy. It’s not too skinny and not too curvy, but it has curves. I like to have curves. I think we’re meant to, so I just do cardio and do toning.”

Project Pink is PUMA's fight against breast cancer initiative, rooted in women's soccer, which empowers young women to take action and effect change. Visit puma.com/projectpink for more information.

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