"It has really, really, really worked for me," she said of her collaboration with Jenny Craig. "And it's been very easy to follow. Just an amazing plan. You have a coach that talks to you and helps keep you motivated."
Over the years, Cartwright — who shares son Cruz with Jax Taylor — has been criticized for her weight, but now she wants to help others moving forward.
"Every single woman is not gonna bounce right back after they have a baby and I think there's just too much pressure. I felt it big time," she said. "Obviously, the Jenny Craig Max Up program is amazing. I would definitely recommend that because it's so easy, especially for a busy lifestyle. It's easy to have your meals planned out for you; You're not having to do it yourself."
The Bravo star has been open about her ongoing journey, and in March, she spoke out about how far she's come in a short amount of time.
“What does a strong woman mean to you? To me it means being kind to myself and others. Being true to myself and not letting the noise get in. It’s more than physical, it’s mental and emotional,” she wrote via Instagram in March. “That’s why I take a holistic approach to my wellness — eating well and staying active helps me to feel my best.”
In January, the blonde beauty declared that her goal was to drop 30 pounds, explaining that she "want[s] to be the best version of myself for my son."
"Since having Cruz, postpartum weight loss has been a struggle and something I've been very vocal about with my community," she shared. "I'd like to get back to feeling like my best self all around, including both mental and physical health. But I remind myself that every single body is powerful and beautiful, and that I'm particularly proud of mine. It gave me Cruz! And then I go and cuddle my son."