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Beyonce Dropped 60 Pounds Of Baby Weight By Eating One Vegan Meal A Day & WERKIN' Hard!!

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beyonce dropped her baby weight by eating one vegan meal a day

Dang, that's even more than enough reason to stop eating animal products!

Beyonce just revealed that she gained 57 pounds while pregnant with Blue Ivy in an interview with Oprah, and after we thought that the Queen simply snapped back into her vivacious curves without breaking a sweat — that's actually far from the truth.

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How Beyonce Got Her Post-Pregnancy Body Back

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how beyonce got his body back

Beyonce is lookin' GOOD since pushing Blue Ivy Carter out and into the world four months ago, so how the heck did she do it?

As we mentioned, Bey is doing LOTS of working out with her live-in trainer Marco Borges AND a "sensible" diet! But, now, the trainer recently shared some new deets about how he helped Jay-Z's wife get back her famous figure:

"We do cardio and plyometric moves like lunges and jumps on and off a bench."

We're sure that helped and all, but it sounds like her diet is what really melted away the excess pounds. She got rid of processed foods and ate whole foods like veggies and grilled meat. We heard in the past that she also ate six small, high-protein meals a day, instead of three big ones.

Sure, Beyonce had an expensive trainer helping her lose all that weight, but the principals behind Borges strategy are VERY simple. Listen to this advice:

"You don't have to eat only celery sticks. Be sensible and exercise constantly."

We've said it again and again, but the only way to lose weight is to adjust your diet and exercise regimen!

There are a lot of support systems out there that you can pay for OR you can do exactly what Beyonce did for free!

Exercise often and eat whole foods that are in their natural state. Just because a box of Reese's Puffs says the sugary cereal is "high in calcium" or "made with whole grains," it doesn't mean they are good for U!

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