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Miranda Kerr Post Baby Weight Lose Secret! Noni Juice & Coconut Oil?!?

Miranda Kerr

 

Miranda Kerr had one of those totally amazing, totally jaw dropping, totally phenomenal post baby weight lose transformations. It helped that she didn’t appear to gain that much weight during the time she was pregnant with her and actor Orlando Bloom’s baby, but she also had the help of some special weight lose secrets.

What does the super model credit for helping trim those pounds and give her a glamorous glow in order to be runway ready just months after giving birth?
Tahitian Noni Juice and coconut oil. What is Tahitian Noni juice you might ask? It is a juice made from the noni plant of course. It is a fruit that grows on the Morinda citrifolia tree found in South-east Asia. She told Australia’s Cosmopolitan magazine that,  “I’ve been drinking it since I was 14, and when I’ve got a long day ahead of me, it’s the one thing I can’t live without.” But it ain’t cheap. It retails for about $38  a liter of juice.

And as for coconut oil, she said, “I personally take four tablespoons of coconut oil per day, either on my salads, in my cooking or in my cups of green tea.” Adding “I will not go a day without coconut oil”

I don’t know about you, but I may just have to run out and get some myself! Check out these photos of Miranda Kerr post baby and see what amazing shape she was in after having her baby – apparently thanks to Noni juice, coconut oil, exercise, eating right…oh and those extra special supermodel genes.

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Photos: PCN

 

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