Beyoncé has reportedly lost her 'baby weight' with the help of a plant-based diet, according to a source.
Following the birth of twins Rumi and Sir Carter four months ago, the 36-year-old singer got back in shape by eating a 'mostly vegan diet'.
According to a source, Beyoncé has lost a 'nice amount of her baby weight by 'watching what she was eating and being health conscious'.
The source added: "All of her meals and diet were overseen by a private chef on staff who travels with them and prepares everything specifically for her."
The Lemonade singer reportedly 'did SoulCycle several times a week as soon as she got clearance after her C-section'.
"She also worked out with a trainer at home doing cardio, intervals and weights," said the source.
"Beyoncé is really happy at how her body has transformed after giving birth and she is comfortable in her own skin."
Veganism tends to be seen as a mere diet and weight loss tool among celebrities - and not a lifestyle based on moral grounds.
It's funny how animals are not even part of the equation, when they're the real victims we should be talking about. Instead, it seems like people eat 'mostly-vegan diets' for themselves - and they can't commit to it even then.
But is that damaging to the vegan movement?
Some would say that it portrays veganism as a 'fad', and celebrities should not be promoting it.
On the other hand, celebs can help spread the vegan message, albeit being plant-based.
Just two months ago, a study found that Beyoncé is responsible for the surge of veganism, following her 22-day vegan stint in 2013.
So should we embrace the concept of vegan 'diets'?
Diana is a London-based writer dedicated to bringing you the latest updates in ethical consumerism and plant-based nutrition. She is a recent media graduate with extensive journalistic experience, and writes in hopes of changing the narrative. You can follow Diana on Instagram and Twitter @dianalupica
Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this article are prepared in the author's capacity and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of Plant Based News itself.
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