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The Tracy Anderson Post-Baby Weight Loss Plan

You’ve seen the sleek, enviable bodies of the A-list new moms Tracy Anderson trains (Gwyneth Paltrow for starters), but you may not have known that 39-year-old Anderson has been pregnant, too—twice! The fitness icon is mom to 16-year-old Sam and 2-year-old Penelope, and she gets it. “I’ve felt those cravings when I’d go to any lengths for pizza,” she says.

The Follow-Along Barre Workout for New Moms

Ready to start exercising again, but aren't sure where to start? Barre-inspired workouts could be just what you're looking for—they're low-impact, efficient (read: they don't take forever!) and focused on increasing strength and balance in your core.

Post-Baby Body Tips From Celebs That Really Work

If you’ve ever wondered how on earth celebrities seem to snap back into shape so quickly after having a baby, well the answer may not be as unattainable as you may think.

In fact, one of the best-kept secrets of Hollywood moms is the Belly Bandit compression garment, which helps to shrink the belly, waist and hips and has a whole host of other benefits for the post-pregnancy body.

1 Food, 3 Ways: Affordable and Healthy Family Dinners

We love these ideas to "Maximize Your Meals" from our sister site  SHAPE.com.  Learn healthy ways to stretch your dollar at the supermarket and make three dinner variations with one main ingredient—chicken.

Weigh In

When I was expecting, I didn’t think too much about my weight. In the first trimester, I was so nauseous that I lost weight from not eating enough on most days. When I started feeling better, I was thrilled to be gaining weight—to me it was a sign that my baby and I were healthy, so I never paid too much attention to the number on the scale at the doctor’s office. If my OB-GYN said my weight gain was fine, I took her word for it.

Home is Where the Heart-Healthy Diet Starts

That was a vacation. We napped on the beach. We hung out with the family. We lounged in our PJs. We watched DVD’s. We did a puzzle. We overate. And now, luckily for our waistlines, it’s all over. Time to get real.

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