Celebrity moms and their diet secrets
Take a look at these hot celeb mommies and find out how they lost their baby weight.
For Jennifer Hudson, transforming her body into a slimmer-than-ever shape after having a baby was all about making conscious decisions from eating to exercising. She eats five small meals a day. Only brown carbs - no fried foods or red meat.
Jessica Alba may have gained over 55 pounds during her pregnancy but after the birth of daughter Haven, she famously lost that mommy tummy in no time. How? Alba works out up to six days a week with a trainer and wore a belly band.
While Nicole Richie started her second pregnancy with a super slim physique, she lost her remaining baby weight with the help of an organic diet plus Pilates. This is a proven recipe for weight loss.
Not everyone rushes back to the gym after giving birth. After the 2007 birth of daughter Estela, Ali Landry took nearly two years off from workouts altogether. Instead she enlisted the help of a home-delivery meal service to drop her pounds.
On-screen she's played a loveable princess and a famous blogger, now Amy Adams is a real-life mom to baby Aviana Olea. Already looking svelt as ever. Amy's post-baby training included long walks with her daughter in the stroller.
How does a mother of two get her famous abs back into shape after gaining "way more" weight with baby number two? For Gwen Stefani, the answer was getting back to basics with old-school fitness workouts.
Isla Fisher gained 60 pounds during her pregnancy. In order to bounce back to her formerly svelte self, she took everything in moderation - including dessert.
For Amanda Peet, being a fit mom of two to baby Molly June and older sister Frances is about taking the middle road on the good stuff and the tempting bits too. According to her, staying healthy means doing everything in moderation.
How does a former SNL star lose the baby weight? "Not sleeping!" Amy Poehler joked to People after giving birth. All joking aside, new moms need rest and lots of it. Lack of sleep boosts your appetite and slows your metabolism.
This Golden Globe winner didn't have to work to lose the baby weight. After birth, Jenna Elfman says her two best moves have been breastfeeding and exercise, of all kinds.
Gossip Girl star, Kelly Rutherford, ate healthy during her pregnancy. She's living proof that it's easier to avoid fattening foods after the baby is born when you're in the habit of healthy eating from the start.
For this actress losing the kilos were easy! Sarah Michelle Prinze worked out during her pregnancy with 55-minute Pilates sessions up to three times a week with trainer Alycea Ungaro.