Jenny McCarthy has a body to kill for. But she must be like most celebrities and had no problems with her weight, right? It has been recently that Jenny has been talking about her huge weight loss when she had her son 9 years ago.
How did Jenny lose the weight? I am sure we have all heard she joined Weight Watchers, but did you know she struggled with losing the baby weight like the rest of us?
“I tried a few times, unsuccessfully, to lose weight. It wasn't until I joined Weight Watchers that I was finally able to do it. I went to meetings and my son came with me. The best thing was that I could eat what I wanted and still lose weight. Slow and steady, I was getting my pre-pregnancy body back.”
"It's really about eating right and staying active," she says. "I practice portion control in all my meals; I'm thoughtful of what I put in my body."
Jenny was asked on Twitter how she got rid of her stretch marks. Jenny stated that she never got rid of them and also said,
"I didn't get them in my belly. Got them on boobs, butt and hips."
Jenny recently tweeted a photo of herself when she was pregnant with her son Evan in 2002. She confessed that she intended on leaving the hospital weighing 170 pound and when she got home, realized that she only lost 11 pounds and weighed in at 200 pounds!
"For anyone that doubted my 211 lbs at pregnancy here is a photo I found! Meaty meaty ass! Whoa!"Jenny is now 38-years-old and has a body of a twenty-year-old. We love that she is talking about her weight, and has admitted to struggling with her weight like the rest of us. She was 30 when she had her son and realized the weight was not going to just fall off like it used to. It took Weight Watchers to teach her portion control and working out. She is truly an inspiration. Jenny is 5'6" and now weighs 120- 125 pounds, (depending on the day of course) for a total of an 80 pound weight loss! We love that she is honest about her struggles and body transformation and does not hide them like most celebrities.
Now a typical day includes an egg white omelet for breakfast, fresh fruit and veggies (she purees them to make her own soups) with fish at lunch and dinner, and for snacks, those little packets of nuts from Starbucks.