7 Celebs Whose Bodies Got Sexier After Breastfeeding

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  • Snooki


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    There's been much ado about how much weight Snooki has lost since little Lorenzo arrived, but if you ask the Jersey Shore star, it's pretty simple. Snooki recently tweeted to fans: "Breast feeding helped a lot! And eating healthy/walking."

  • Christina Aguilera


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    The Voice judge dropped 40 pounds after giving birth to little Max in 2008, and she credited not just a workout regime but breastfeeding her little man. She told People at the time, "I’m a working mom, so after a hard day, I get to spend that time with him where I feed him and sort of be his source of life. It’s an incredible feeling."

  • Debra Messing


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    Will and Grace star Messing breastfed son Roman for over a year, and it helped more than her little guy. As she said, "I lost the weight by breastfeeding. No fast food and doughnuts, eating lots of fresh fish, tofu, vegetables, and fruits. Three times a week I do stationary bikes and weights."

  • Keri Russell


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    Keri Russell admits she has good genes that helped her slim down after giving birth to little River in 2007, but that's not all she has. She spilled another secret to the ladies on The View: "I have to say, breastfeeding, you burn so many calories, and I'm still doing it."

  • Kourtney Kardashian


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    This natural mama is looking great after giving birth to daughter Penelope in July, and it seems she's using the same tricks she used after giving birth to Mason. She said back then: "Breastfeeding takes a lot of the weight off, so I lost a lot of it easily, not changing anything."

  • Beyonce


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    Beyonce wowed the world with a flat belly only two months postpartum, and she makes no bones about how she did it. She breastfed Blue Ivy. What's more, Bey told People, "I encourage women to do it; it's just so good for the baby and good for myself."

  • Kristin Cavallari


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    So how did the baby weight loss work for Kristin? She told The Stir, "Well, breastfeeding burns 500 calories a day, and I read somewhere that it's like running six miles a day. So, I'd say if you can, stick with breastfeeding."

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