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Weight Loss Tips: Celebrity Moms Share Their Weight Loss Tips

Jennifer Hudson

We all know how important it is to eat well and exercise and live a healthy lifestyle. 

But celebrity moms feel a bit more pressure than the average person because of Hollywood standards – which is a whole other post.

In any case, these celeb moms have shared their secrets to maintaining a healthy weight and physique.

What are their weight loss tips and secrets?

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  • Padma Lakshmi 1 of 13
    Padma Lakshmi
    "I liked myself at a bigger size. I wanted to lose the weight, but I thought I was doing something more important than tending to my vanity. You look at your body totally differently. It created this life and brought it into the world."
  • Bethenny Frankel 2 of 13
    Bethenny Frankel
    "You shouldn't dread working out. Exercise is like an old friend: You may not be able to see that friend all the time, but you're not mad when you see them, you're happy, and you get right back into it. I do yoga at night with my husband [after] we put the baby down. I say, a family that namastes together stays together."
  • Christina Millian 3 of 13
    Christina Millian
    "My mom cooked me a lot of raw vegetables and raw salads and proteins — and it worked! I also drank a lot of water."
  • Jennifer Hudson 4 of 13
    Jennifer Hudson
    Following the birth of her son, David Daniel Otunga, Jennifer became the spokesperson for Weight Watchers, with amazing results! "I set my mind to this challenge for a healthier lifestyle… It's like, ‘OK, I have a child now and I want to set a great example for him.'"
  • Alison Sweeney 5 of 13
    Alison Sweeney
    "I was a really conscientious eater during the day, but then at night I found myself snacking on the worst stuff. [Biggest Loser trainer] Jillian Michaels said I was just tired and craving energy; my body needed more fuel to stay awake. So now, when I crave sugar at night, I go to bed."
  • Wynonna Judd 6 of 13
    Wynonna Judd
    The country singer started "walking in the wilderness" and those "meditative" walks helped to jump-start her weight loss. Judd now says that she "feels alive from head to toe" and that her life has never been better.
  • Nicole Sullivan 7 of 13
    Nicole Sullivan
    The funny mummy used the Jenny Craig diet program to reach her goal weight and exercised their fitness consultants, developing a workout plan of jogging three to six miles, five times per week, and lifting weights: "Once you start working out, you want to eat better."
  • Britney Spears 8 of 13
    Britney Spears
    The pop princess banned junk food, white flour, sugar and alcohol from her diet and worked out with boyfriend Jason Trawick to lose the 20 pounds before her tour.
  • Heidi Klum 9 of 13
    Heidi Klum
    Heidi Klum returned to the catwalk so quickly by exercising regularly with a personal trainer and follows a diet plan like the 3-Hour Diet, eating small meals every few hours. Don't forget she also has supermodel genes, unlike 99% of us regular moms!
  • Elisabeth Hasselbeck 10 of 13
    Elisabeth Hasselbeck
    The View co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck bounced back from several pregnancies thanks to a cardio and weight training program, "every other day, in a way that's made me really strong."
  • Gisele 11 of 13
    Gisele
    The supermodel has amazing genes, obviously, but she also credits an active lifestyle during pregnancy for her post-baby weight loss: "I did kung fu up until two weeks before Benjamin was born, and yoga three days a week."
  • Jenny McCarthy 12 of 13
    Jenny McCarthy
    Funny mummy McCarthy gives full credit to Weight Watchers for her dramatic results: "They taught me portion control and to be conscious of what I put in my mouth."
  • Kathy Ireland 13 of 13
    Kathy Ireland
    Kathy Ireland packed on so much weight after having children that she said, "I didn't recognize the person I saw. I saw someone who looked overwhelmed, overstressed, overweight, over-everything." Her personal trainer friend and nutritionist got her back on track with exercise three times a week, as well as making healthier food choices.

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