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Kim Kardashian and Celebrity Moms on Losing Weight After Pregnancy [VIDEO]

Update Date: Apr 13, 2017 09:43 AM EDT

Celebrity moms like Kim Kardashian struggled to lose weight after the pains of giving birth. Celebrities reveal their weight loss journey after pregnancy without the limelight and exceptions of being famous.

Losing excess weight from pregnancy is not an easy task. It usually takes a minimum of three months to a year to successfully shed off those unwanted weights and fats. Stars are no exception from this dilemma, the Lifestyle of Curvy Mom  shares.

Even though actresses have access to an on-call diet chef or personal fitness trainers, celebrity moms with the likes of Kim Kardashian, Jessica Simpson, and Jennifer Love-Hewitt also had their share of stories of body-shaming from internet trolls and critics.

Kardashian shares that she was teased and called a whale on an outfit she wore publicly and Jessica Simpson was body shamed for gaining weight after her pregnancy.

Celebrity moms conquering weight battles are a proof that famous or not, the struggle to lose weight is real, the Parents Magazine noted.

Ramona Braganza, Halle Berry's personal trainer after the actress gave birth to her baby girl Nahla, said that starting out with stretching and cardio exercises can do a long way for five days in a week. Changing exercise pace weekly. Berry regained her red-carpet figure in just three and a half months doing this.

At 39, Jennifer Lopez gave birth to twins Max and Emme. The celebrity mom gained 50 pounds but was determined to losing weight so she started light walking workouts with trainer Gunnar Peterson.

According to celebrity trainers, it's proven effective to eat healthfully with five to seven meals a day. A big breakfast is a must, medium lunch, and smaller dinner. Strategic snacking in between meals are also advisable.

Final thoughts from celebrity experts for struggling moms in losing weight; avoid sugary drinks like soda since it causes belly fat, make protein a large part of your meals, and be active. Exercise, discipline and determination are the key.

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