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Tuesday 30 September 2014

Cavallari: I freak about food

Kristin Cavallari

Kristin Cavallari admits she’s obsessive about her health.

The 27-year-old former reality TV star welcomed her second child with husband Jay Cutler, son Jaxon Wyatt, on May 7.

Asked how she pinged back so quickly into shape, the star confessed to E! News she’s obsessive about having a healthy diet.

"I'm a freak about what I put in my mouth," she admitted.

“I’m constantly reading labels and I don't eat any toxic chemicals, so I think that plays a huge role. I'm breast-feeding, which burns a ton of calories, and I can probably just thank my mama too, you know,” she mused.

Kristin also shares son Camden Jack with Jay. The tot will turn two on August 8.

And the star admits being a mother-of-two is already proving to be a challenge.

"He's been great, up until the last two days," she said.

“Yesterday I was feeding Jackson and he threw a sippy cup at his head and started to kick him, so we're sort of in that phase right now."

Kristin wed American football star Jay, 31, in Nashville, Tennessee in June of last year. The couple briefly parted ways after announcing their engagement in July 2011 but reconciled before the year’s end and welcomed Camden the following August.

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