Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 19 April 2014

Jessica Simpson's 'diet unveiled'

Jessica Simpson

Jessica Simpson's post-pregnancy diet has apparently been revealed.

The star has shed an incredible 60 pounds after giving birth to her first child, a daughter called Maxwell, in May this year. Although Jessica confessed to indulging in her cravings for junk food during her pregnancy, she has been following a sensible eating regime packed with protein, fresh vegetables and smoothies over the past four months.

Jessica's former private chef created the plan, which closely follows the Weight Watchers points system.

The 32-year-old beauty has been eating dishes such as shrimp skewers, chicken satay, egg white omelettes and noodles to shed the weight. Jessica has also been snacking on crackers and hummus, apples, almonds, yoghurt, homemade fruit smoothies and celery stalks smothered in peanut butter.

According to TMZ, Jessica embarked on the diet in July. She consumed three smoothies and two healthy snacks daily for the first five days, then for the next five days she had two smoothies a day along with one meal and two snacks. This was followed by five days of one smoothie a day with two meals and two snacks.

It appears the strict eating plan is paying off.

Jessica - who has signed a $4 million deal with Weight Watchers - attended an event for her clothing line in Florida earlier this month and wowed the crowd with her slim figure.

The star still reportedly has another ten pounds to lose before she returns to her pre-pregnancy weight, but recently revealed she is feeling great.

"I feel positive about how I've done so far and really good about the goals I have set. Most people can tell a difference every time they see me, which lets me know I'm making progress," she gushed to Us Weekly.

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