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Gwyneth Paltrow's Baby Bump Defeated With Organic, Seasonal Food

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A few weeks back we mentioned Gwyneth Paltrow’s diet change — from the macrobiotic lifestyle she took to for four years, to the current “mix” of something a bit less stringent.

At the premieres for Iron Man, however, all anyone could talk about was how incredible her body looked post-birth to two childen: Apple, four; and Moses, two — with husband Chris Martin. What’s her secret? “Organic, seasonal food that isn’t processed,” she told V Magazine. “I had milk dripping out of my boobs – it seemed like a fairytale,” she continued. “I didn’t mind the big boobs. But I hated the stomach roll, the back fat and the post-pregnant butt. And it was so hard to get rid of. Especially the final 20lb.

“I haven’t eaten meat for about fifteen years. I eat fish, a little bit of dairy – not much milk – but I love cheese. We’ll make chocolate chip cookies and eat them, but sugar makes me feel pretty bad. I have coffee and wine. I’ve got lots of lovely vices.”

We imagine there was probably a good deal of exercise thrown in there as well — but its good to see Paltrow promoting the organic, seasonal food scene. Chef Gordon Ramsay would be proud.

via Showbizspy

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