Greetings from the South Beach Diet
Jessie James Decker reveals the secret to losing weight and keeping it off.
The country singer gave birth to his son, Forrest Bradley Decker, in April 2018, and it has been a long journey, but she has officially reached her target weight. Even more amazing is that she did it faster than she did after her last two children. And Jessie tells E! News that it's all thanks to the South Beach Diet, and of course her commitment to being healthy. It also helps that the meals are very good.
So how does it work? Well, depending on whether you are breastfeeding or not, people on stage begin one or two of the famous diet. According to the star, phase one is a diet plan consisting mostly of protein and vegetables, but fortunately phase 2 introduces the "good" carbohydrates and fats. Then there are snacks, which include a "delicious" chocolate caramel shake. And for dinner people can choose to store their own meals.
Jessy's personal favorite to make at home is a solid bowl of gumbo, which is surprisingly low and tastes good too. It can even become part of the program one day!
The singer drew: "I need to talk to South Beach so we can make our own so people can actually go home with it."
Furthermore, the mom also hit the gym almost every day, even though it was difficult to keep up with the cruel, high-intensity routine. On the days when she felt like giving up, she called her brother, who is also a trainer to hold her accountable and remind her that she can do it. His method is mostly hiding her from not believing in herself, but she admits: "Sometimes you need someone who can give you some tough love."
But what really helps the star feel motivated is that her fans work hard to reach their training goals as well. Every day she gets countless DMs and messages from followers who follow the course. The mother of three reveals, "It's nice to know that there are 100 other girls out there making elliptical or trick with me and it makes me feel like I'm not alone either."
Because at the end of the day she says she is "just like everyone else is trying to get it together."