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Jessica Simpson reveals how she lost 100lbs three years ago

Jessica Simpson has addressed her weight loss again: she shed 100lbs in 2019 after having three children: Maxwell, Ace and Birdie.

She told Extra’s Terri Seymour this week that what really helped her slim down changing her menu.

‘I went to a nutritionist, and I needed to get my eating habits right,’ she said. When asked if she feels ‘healthy,’ the siren said: ‘I absolutely feel healthy.’

Food counts: Jessica Simpson has addressed her weight loss again: she shed 100lbs in 2019 after having three children: Maxwell, Ace and Birdie. She told Extra’s Terri Seymour this week that what really helped her slim down changing her menu. Seen last week

Slim is in: 'I went to a nutritionist, and I needed to get my eating habits right,' she said. When asked if she feels 'healthy,' the siren said: 'I absolutely feel healthy.' Seen this summer

Slim is in: ‘I went to a nutritionist, and I needed to get my eating habits right,’ she said. When asked if she feels ‘healthy,’ the siren said: ‘I absolutely feel healthy.’ Seen this summer

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She added, ‘I don’t know. I feel like my old self before I had children and all the hormones going wild. 

‘I feel younger, actually. I have a lot more energy and yeah, I get to wear all the clothes that are in storage that I saved for Maxwell and Birdie. Maybe Birdie will outgrow them because Maxwell has already outgrown me!’

The star consumes less carbs and more protein and vegetables these days. Fast food is also a rarity. 

She has also said that she works out more often: her trainer is Harley Pasternak.  

Her moves: 'I feel younger, actually. I have a lot more energy and yeah, I get to wear all the clothes that are in storage that I saved for Maxwell and Birdie. Maybe Birdie will outgrow them because Maxwell has already outgrown me!'

Her moves: ‘I feel younger, actually. I have a lot more energy and yeah, I get to wear all the clothes that are in storage that I saved for Maxwell and Birdie. Maybe Birdie will outgrow them because Maxwell has already outgrown me!’

Terri asked, ‘Why are people obsessed with your weight and how you look? Have you gotten used to it?’

‘Oh, gosh, no,’ she said. ‘Would any woman?

‘But Lynda Carter warned me on the set of Dukes of Hazzard. She was like, “I will always be Wonder Woman and compared to Wonder Woman, and that’s what you’re doing here as Daisy Duke. Just know the words ‘Daisy Duke’ will follow you for the rest of your career.”‘

Jessica said, ‘I’ve been criticized, and it hurts, but I’ve been every weight and I’ve been proud of it. I decided, “Okay, everybody is going to talk about my weight all the time, I might as well make money off of it and turn it into a business of selling clothes and acceptance.”‘ 

She IS Daisy Duke: Terri asked, 'Why are people obsessed with your weight and how you look? Have you gotten used to it?' 'Oh, gosh, no,' she said. 'Would any woman? 'But Lynda Carter warned me on the set of Dukes of Hazzard'

She IS Daisy Duke: Terri asked, ‘Why are people obsessed with your weight and how you look? Have you gotten used to it?’ ‘Oh, gosh, no,’ she said. ‘Would any woman? ‘But Lynda Carter warned me on the set of Dukes of Hazzard’

Carter talked: She was like, "I will always be Wonder Woman and compared to Wonder Woman, and that's what you're doing here as Daisy Duke. Just know the words 'Daisy Duke' will follow you for the rest of your career."' Seen on Wonder Woman in 1975

Carter talked: She was like, “I will always be Wonder Woman and compared to Wonder Woman, and that’s what you’re doing here as Daisy Duke. Just know the words ‘Daisy Duke’ will follow you for the rest of your career.”‘ Seen on Wonder Woman in 1975

And she talked her fashion empire; she took control of the Jessica Simpson Collection last year.

Simpson said it feels inspiring to control her company.

‘It feels powerful, but in a really humble way because we worked so hard to get to this ownership and, like, after 18 years of having a collection, to actually own it and to have put all of my, liquidate my investments, put all my faith in getting this just for myself and for my children one day, it was a moment that, I still sometimes don’t believe it is real.’

She went on, ‘I still feel like I have someone to answer to. And then I’m like, “Okay, it’s just us 10 girls.” We got this, but everything is growing. We’re having our biggest quarter that we’ve had right now in, like, eight years, so my mom and I knew we could do it, and we’re doing it and I just, you know, I feel very blessed.’

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