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Beyonce’s Post-Baby Body Wows Fans at Carnegie Hall

New mom Beyonce was spotted out on the town looking healthier than ever just one month after the birth of her daughter. Beyonce and her husband Jay-Z welcomed Blue Ivy into their lives on January 7, 2012.

On February 7 and 8, 2012 the power couple was attending and hosting a major benefit at New York’s Carnegie Hall. While Jay-Z was the headline performer as he performed a benefit concert for the United Way of New York City and his Shawn Carter Scholarship Foundation, it looks like Mrs. Jay-Z may have stolen the show.

Both nights of the show Beyonce showed up wearing skintight dresses and heels to match. Not many new moms can even manage a grocery trip in sweats one month postpartum, let alone recall to accessorize. Beyonce not only accessorized, but had flawless hair to match her impressive look.

Even the most intense of diets can’t yield a major result in one month’s time. So how did she lose all the extra baby weight so fast? By simply not gaining it in the first place. Beyonce intended on avoiding excess weight gain during the pregnancy with a healthy diet. Both Beyonce and Jay-Z went on a partially vegan diet during her pregnancy. She turned to stir-fried vegetables and tofu verses the typical pregnancy junk food cravings.

In addition to a healthy diet, Beyonce admitted she had to really focus on not losing control when it came to eating during her pregnancy. The superstar also made certain to exercise to ward off any additional weight gain.

It looks like her plan worked. She stayed healthy throughout her pregnancy and avoided having a need for an intense bootcamp to get her back in shape.

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Image via HollywoodReporter.com

February 8th, 2012

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