Earlier in her fourth pregnancy, Heidi Klum shared that her daughter referred to her baby bump as a "Buddha belly." Pretty cute.
As the due date of her fourth approaches, the fashionista is contemplating her post-baby body. Famous for, among other things, quickly dropping weight after the birth of her first son for a Victoria's Secret fashion show, Heidi insists that there are no tricks to her weight loss. She says:
"I've never really had any special girdle machines or anything like that. For me, it's, you know, really healthy foods, exercising, playing with the children, going to the park. Normal things."
"I never really put a lot of pressure on myself, but for me personally, I feel like it is always better to get into shape immediately . . . it works to kind of get back into shape, afterward, I feel great."
Learn what Heidi thinks of dieting.
Heidi says that she has "never done diets." I would like to offer a reality check on that statement. Heidi worked with trainer David Kirsch to get her ready for the runway after her second child. Kirsch's workouts are challenging, but he insists they be accompanied by a diet. He calls his three-phased plan The Ultimate New York Diet. In the diet, you avoid bloating foods for the first phase, which include fruit and dairy. During the second phase you avoid unhealthy, starchy foods and focus on protein, followed by a third phase focused on lean proteins.
We all know Heidi has great genes and a great body, but chances are high she has dieted during her career, at least while she was working with Kirsch. Maybe I am mistaken — what do you think?