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Amy Adams' Diet

Amy Adams' Post Pregnancy DietDid you know that Amy Adams' post pregnancy diet is directly proportional to sexy pole dancing. Aha! Caught your eye, didn't it? It is true that this 37 year old Golden Globe nominee had happily resorted to unusual, but excellent methods (read: pole dancing) to lose that pregnancy weight gradually. The  slimmed down Amy Adams who enjoys being the mother of Aviana said, “Being pregnant finally helped me understand what my true relationship was with my body." Read on as she shares some insights about healthy and happy.


Amy Adams' Post Pregnancy Diet

The adorable 'Enchanted' actress is now back in shape and she is super thrilled that she is playing the part of Lois Lane in the movie Man of Steel which is scheduled to release in 2013. But she took it real slow when it came to losing the baby weight. "I've been working out when I can, and I'm trying to eat in a healthful way, but losing weight is not my No. 1 priority," Adams said in a interview with Parade magazine."It's part of my job to return to some semblance of what I was before. But I don't feel I've ever made my career on my rockin' bod," she said about her body and body image. Amy Adams also confessed that she has never been skinny and has never been on any crazy, self-denial diets. "I've never been into deprivation," she said. "Those bones that show in women's shoulders when they're extra skinny? I never had that, even at my thinnest. I don't even think I have those bones."


When it came to actual losing weight bit, this Doubt actress was in no doubt in trying to find an alternative to the treadmill. "Some mom friends said it's [pole dancing] a good way to lose the baby weight," she said. "And I'll do anything to get off of that treadmill."Adams is back in the hood with this high energy pole dancing and strip aerobics routines.


Final Word on Amy Adams' Post Pregnancy Diet

Slow and steady wins the race, like Amy Adams. Each new mother's body has different calorific needs. Please get back in shape in your own time. Do not go for any fad diets, especially if you are nursing your baby. Consult a doctor if you are making any diet changes. Pole dancing and strip aerobics classes might not be available in all the cities. But, aerobics classes are there in every nook and corner of the world, you can enroll in them and start working out that sweat. But at all times, keep your head above your shoulders. Good luck!


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