Kylie Jenner Reveals Secret To Post-Pregnancy Weight Loss
Kylie Jenner has been working hard to get her pre-pregnancy body back and she finally feels like she's back to herself.
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The reality star gave birth to her first child, daughter Stormi in February last year.
She's said in the past that she gained 40 pounds (18kg) whilst pregnant and she's been working on losing that weight gain since the birth.
Three months after Stormi arrived, Kylie said on Snapchat that she wants to lose 20 pounds and has now said a year on after giving birth that she is "proud of my little stomach."
Kylie was asked during an Instagram Live session how she "got a flat tummy again," Kylie said, "Honestly, it's all about diet for me."
"I'm naturally just a really skinny person...like [sister] Kendall Jenner, but not like Kendall—she's naturally like, model status," Kylie continued. "But, yeah, I always had a really flat stomach, but I never felt it went back to before Stormi until recently. And I feel like it has a lot to do with diet. Like, I really eat very crazy usually, like whatever I want—pizza, pasta, a lot of diary, and I just kind of cut that all out, and have just been eating better, and I feel like that's the trick for me, personally."
"And I also think after a child, it really does take just as long to get your body back as it did to create a child," she said. "Because, I heard that from a lot of people. Like, it takes a full year...it really does, it really does. I definitely feel back to myself again."
What did Kylie eat when she was pregnant? She told her followers about her vices:
"I ate lot of Eggos—and if you know me, I hate Eggos, always have," she said. "But when I was pregnant, I was like mmm! I ate like three a day. I just ate like a magnitude of food—so much, so much food. And, I was having a girl, and they say when you're having a girl, you crave more, like, sweets vs. salty, and that was true for me. Like, a lot of Krispy Kremes, a lot of sweets. Nothing weird or crazy, but just really sweet things—ice cream, just whatever I wanted."