Over the weekend hot mama of two Dakore Akande was giving her fans MILF vibes as she rocked a sexy two piece bathing suit.

The Nollywood star actress has definitely worked hard, eating right and working out to get that extra fit body and why shouldn’t she flaunt it!

This is definitely inspiring to a lot of moms out there, just because you have kids doesn’t mean you should lose your sexy.

After the jump check out 5 easy ways to get rid of your baby weight

Get up and move: Most new moms are too sleep-deprived and overwhelmed to even think about exercise. Most women’s bodies aren’t ready for serious exercise until six weeks after giving birth, anyway—longer if they’ve had a Cesarean section, but even just taking walks is a great way to get things started.

Breastfeed: Breastfeeding burns an astounding number of calories: 500 to 700 a day. This means that many women can actually increase the number of calories they take in and still lose weight quickly and safely. But be aware that as soon as you stop breastfeeding you can really put the weight back on if you don’t adjust your diet downward and/or your exercise routine upward.

Watch calories and fat: Say no to empty-calorie foods like sodas and chips, as well as fad diets that eliminate entire food groups. Instead, aim to eat a variety of lean protein, whole grains, fresh fruits and vegetables, and plenty of low-fat dairy products.

Eat healthy snacks: Eating too much sugar can send your blood-sugar levels on a roller-coaster ride, and when your blood sugar drops, you’re more likely to eat the first thing you can get your hands on. To avoid temptation, keep only nutritious foods at your fingertips. Also stock up on low-fat milk and yogurt for snacks, as studies have shown that calcium from these sources can aid weight loss.

Take naps: “Getting plenty of sleep has been shown to help with weight loss because you’re not compelled to binge on high-calorie, high-sugar foods for energy,” says Sheah Rarback, M.S., R.D., director of nutrition at the Mailman Center for Child Development at the University of Miami School of Medicine. Strange sleep cycles like those forced on you by a newborn can upset your metabolism and make it harder for you to lose your pregnancy weight, Rarback adds. So take a nap anytime the baby does. That way, you’ll keep your energy levels—and your potentially naughty cravings—in check.

If you have any helpful advice feel free to drop it in the comments section!


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