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Sugar-free siren Jessica Simpson loses 70 pounds with low carb diet and walking

Get the skinny on Jessica Simpson's diet.
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From flaunting her cleavage to displaying her derriere, Jessica Simpson is proudly sharing her weight loss from following a sugar-free low carb diet based on the Weight Watchers program. She wore a skin-tight bathing suit in the photo that she posted with the tags "#hardworkpaysoff" and "#workoutpartnersforlife," reported Us Weekly on August 11.

The 34-year-old actress and singer captioned her photo: "Oh yea girl...We are proud to be in our bathing suits!!" Included in the photo was her younger sister Ashlee Simpson.

A second photo posted by Jessica showcased the attendees at Ashlee's bridal party. "All the beauties celebrating…I love you Ash" read the caption, according to E News on August 11.

Jessica has devoted hours to working out in the gym. She credited her wedding as a major motivator for her 70-pound weight loss during a commercial that she filmed for Weight Watchers.

"Knowing that I have the wedding coming up is an incentive to stay on Weight Watchers, count my points and stay in the gym," Jessica admitted. "I mean, when you see my dress, you'll know."

Jessica used different diet plans to achieve her weight loss. To jump-start her slim-down, she chose celebrity trainer Harley Pasternak's Body Reset Diet, according to Hollywood Life. The plan includes high protein smoothies, vegetables and low carb meals such as steak and spinach.

Because Weight Watchers allows a flexible approach, Jessica also shifted to a vegan diet at one point to speed up her weight loss. However, she followed her plant-based plan only for the two weeks prior to her wedding, according to Us Weekly.

Harley has helped Jessica tone her body, while providing her with details on how to use walking for weight loss. In his blogs for Us Weekly, Harley has noted that Jessica works out with him a few times a week in the gym. She aims for 10,000 steps or more each day using a pedometer to check her mileage.

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