Jessica Alba Reveals How She Got Her Post Baby Body [AUDIO]

January 19, 2012 8:57 am
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Jessica Alba called in to “On Air with Ryan Seacrest” on Thursday to talk about her new eco-friendly line of baby products, clarified the color of the dress she wore to the Golden Globes, and told us what she did to get her amazing post baby body.

You may have seen the pictures of Jessica, a mother of two, who just gave birth 5 months ago, sporting a hot pink bikini while on vacation in Mexico. Well, Jessica Simpson who is pregnant with her first child also took notice and sent her pal a tweet saying, “New goal: look like @jessicaalba after baby. Job well done lady!”

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Jessica tells us the key to her post baby body was not putting on as much weight with this pregnancy to bounce back quicker. She did this by making healthier choices. “I ate better, all organic and fresh food, tried to stay away from packaged and processed food, and I exercised,” she says. She also rocked her post baby body on the red carpet at the Golden Globes wearing a gorgeous dress, but it was a little unclear as to what the actual color of the dress was. So, Jessica clarified for us saying: “It was sort of like a dusty lavender.”

Jessica’s latest endeavor, she has created a line of eco-friendly baby products from diapers and wipes to household cleaning products and body care. “I was looking for safe and healthy products to give my baby. I read that there are so many toxic chemicals in our everyday products, even in baby products. I was completely horrified,” she says.

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When she shopped around for eco products she found them to be really expensive and brown. So, she launched Honest.com with products that are affordable and available to anyone, anywhere. “You go online and you subscribe to a month to month service,” she explains. “I’m a mother who cares and I really believe in this and I believe you can have safe designed products and they can be affordable.”

For more information on Jessica’s eco-friendly products go to Honest.com.

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