Jessica Biel Baby Weight Loss: Sexy Mom, Justin Timberlake Spotted Together -- What's Her Secret?

By Rachel, Parent Herald August 01, 06:05 am
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Three months after giving birth to her son Silas, Jessica Biel and her husband Justin Timberlake, were spotted out and about on Wednesday in Los Angeles, with the actress looking incredible.

Dressed casually in jeans and shirts, the pair walked the streets to visit an animal clinic, according to Yahoo. The news outlet noted that the actress, 33, was in her best form. It was as if she didn't just have a baby back in April.

All throughout her pregnancy, Jessica followed a strict Paleo diet, according to E! Online. The Paleo diet eliminates salt, sugar, dairy and grains from the food plan, thus making it an effective weight loss diet, according to the founder's website. This kept Jessica's body healthy and fit, despite a baby growing inside her and long after the baby's birth.

"She has been having deliveries from local farms so she can eat fresh organic produce and be as healthy as possible throughout the pregnancy," a source told E! back when Jessica was still pregnant. "Being healthy is really important to her. She is very aware of the importance of eating well. She wants to have the best pregnancy possible."

"Eating Paleo just leans you down and slims you up and takes that little layer of fat and water-weight right off your body," the actress told Harper's Bazaar Australia back in 2014.

The actress also did a lot of yoga and hiking as part of her exercise regimen while pregnant. But years before that, Jessica has always been a fitness enthusiast. "I work out like three times a week with a trainer (Jason Walsh). I also do yoga and I play volleyball in the summer. I walk my dogs all the time. I love to be outdoors," she told Fitness Magazine.

While in her third trimester of pregnancy, Jessica kept her weight at a healthy and ideal level as she was spotted carrying her Paleo meal last January, via another E! Online story. Thus, getting back to her pre-pregnancy weight did not become an issue for her.

Jessica's diet and fitness plan supports a recent study by experts at the Imperial College in London that said "eating for two" is not necessary during pregnancy.  

"This research points to a new scientific explanation why eating for two during pregnancy is not necessary, and may even be harmful, as a growing body of evidence indicates that a mother's diet can impact a child's propensity to be obese in later life," according to Dr. Joe McNamara, one of the study authors, via the MRC Clinical Sciences Centre press release.

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