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Thursday 27 November 2014

Kendra Wilkinson: Say no to muffin tops

Kendra Wilkinson
Kendra Wilkinson

Kendra Wilkinson is encouraging her fans to stick to their diets during the holiday season and "say no to muffin tops".

The former Playboy model is now mother to a three-year-old son with husband Hank Baskett.

But she's determined to stay lean and is letting fans in on how she's doing it.

The 27-year-old star dedicated a blog post on Wednesday to the subject, calling it "Say No To Muffin Tops".

Kendra outlines a three-step plan to "make it to 2013 with a flat belly".

The star encourages starting every day with breakfast and a short workout to kickstart the body's metabolism. She prefers a short run or 20 minute yoga session.

Rule number two according to Kendra is "never go to a party hungry". She says eating a small meal before a big event will stop foodies from indulging in fatty, fried snacks or tempting desserts being passed around.

She also urges partygoers to drink plenty of water, especially when drinking alcohol.

And if you do have a drink, make sure it's low calorie.

"Have a few sips of your favorite seasonal drink, like eggnog, or apple cider, then switch to something lower calorie like vodka soda with a lime wedge," she writes.

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