EXCLUSIVE: 'Real Housewives of Atlanta's' Cynthia Bailey Reveals How She Dropped 20 Pounds — And TWO Dress Sizes!

Cynthia Bailey shows off her new slim figure at the 2014 Steve & Marjorie Harvey Foundation Gala presented by Coca-Cola in Chicago on May 3.

Cynthia Bailey shows off her new slim figure at the 2014 Steve & Marjorie Harvey Foundation Gala presented by Coca-Cola in Chicago on May 3.

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A fibroid problem has plagued Cynthia Bailey for years — causing an out-of-control appetite, decreased sex drive and a 20-pound weight gain.

But the Real Housewives of Atlanta star is finally taking back control and showing off a slim, healthy figure!

In the new issue of Life & Style, Cynthia shares her remarkable weight loss journey — revealing just how she lost 20 pounds — and two dress sizes!

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“I lost more inches than actual weight. And I went from a size 10 back to a size 6!” Cynthia exclusively tells Life & Style.

The star tells the magazine that she turned to the GenoVive diet plan, a meal-delivery system that creates weight loss programs customized to an individual’s DNA.

Based on a saliva test, Cynthia’s genetic profile showed that her body responded best to a mix of macronutrients that was low in fat and higher in carbohydrates.

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“I got to eat pasta!” she tells Life & Style of the plan.

Now, a slim and healthy 148 pounds, the 5-foot-10 star is excited to share that along with getting her figure back, she also gained back her confidence.

“It’s nice to be back to my old self!” Cynthia tells Life & Style.

Read all the details inside Cynthia’s customized diet and exercise plan, including a breakdown of her meals and exercise routine, in the new issue of Life & Style, on newsstands now.

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