Monday, ABC News reported that Jessica Simpson is happy with her weight after losing weight on Weight Watchers; Jessica Simpson filmed a new commercial last month for Weight Watchers and photos of the actress were released Monday to ABC News. Jessica Simpson gave birth to her daughter Maxwell last year and her son, Ace in June of 2013 and gained weight during each pregnancy. Weight Watchers didn’t put a limit on the time it would take her to lose the baby weight, but she did.
Jessica Simpson, 33, looks fabulous in the newly released photos. She said:
“Simple Start was exactly what I needed to ease back into Weight Watchers after I had Ace. It was easy, only two weeks and got me off to a great start losing weight.”
In October, Jessica Simpson was interviewed about her weight loss and she said it was difficult to lose:
“I didn’t gain as much weight in my second pregnancy, but I still gained a lot of weight. Any woman, dealing with their body after pregnancy, you look at yourself and you’re like, ‘What just happened to me?’”
Jessica Simpson is married to Eric Johnson. She said that she tries to get to the gym at least four days a week, and she thinks that eating healthy versions of her favorite foods is what helped to see regular weight loss. She said she also uses a pedometer to see how much she walks each day.
Studies have shown that people who lose the weight slowly, and exercise and eat less tend to keep the weight off.
Weight Watchers was recently chosen by US News and World Report as the best overall commercial diet because it is based on simply exercising and eating smaller portions. There are no special foods required and dieters can eat whatever they like, but the focus is on eating more fruits, vegetables and protein. Even after they lose the weight, Weight Watchers dieters can continue eating the plan even if they stop going to weekly meetings, or doing Weight Watchers online.
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