Saturday 29 March 2014

How To Loss Weight After Pregnancy

Pregnancy is the time when a female mother has to take utmost care of her. Pregnant women are fed more because the development of the foetus internally and externally depends upon the health and intake of the mother. Pregnant women always indulges in lots of healthy food ranging from milk to butter to fruits and all kind of nutrient vegetables juices and others. They even lactate during pregnancy. These are the various factors that they gain lot of weight, in most of the cases they become double of what they were. After the baby is born the mother is responsible for feeding and taking care of the baby as well as herself. They need to check the weight gained as more weight/obesity can result in the outcome of various other diseases.
one should wait for a period of six to eight weeks after the baby is born so that the body recovers from excess labour pain and other menstruation problems. Starting very early can leave you weary and tired so you need to wait as a lot of energy from your body is required for the growth of the child. So once the baby is 6-8 months one can consider losing weight.
So here we are going to read how to lose weight after pregnancy without affecting the health of the baby:
1) Breastfeeding is a must: yes many modern mothers these days do not like the idea of breastfeeding too much as it would leave their breast deformed and shaggy. But studies have proven that breast feeding a baby can make a mother lose a whopping 500 calories a day which is commendable.
2) Balanced meals: one should never go on crash diets after pregnancy. As the child consumes the milk produced by your breast they may fall sick if you start consuming fewer nutrients. The child receives all the necessary nutrients from mother’s milk. So a balanced meal of carbohydrate, vitamin, and protein is essential for a mother. Fruits and vegetables should be consumed mainly. But one should also consume chicken, meat and low dairy products.
3) Workout: simple yoga practices should be performed at home: Complex yoga poses should not be performed. Do not join the gym and perform rigorous exercises as it will make you weak. Walking with a stroller with your baby should be performed for half an hour. Walking is considered to be the best exercise for a woman. So walk, walk with your baby, spend some cherish able moments with your baby and at the same time lose weight. You can’t dream to get better.
4) Water, drink lots of it: one should indulge in healthy water drinking habits.3-4 liters should be consumed on everyday basis. Hydration of the body is very essential.

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5) eat when you feel hungry: do not eat too much and unnecessary food. During pregnancy for a period of nine months a women indulges in healthy foods only and junk foods are strictly prohibited in most of the case. As the baby comes out in this world, one feels like satiating the cravings by consuming fried food and junk food. If you consider losing weight and become as you were do not eat these food. Planning of meals should be done with comprise on essential nutrients along with a check on calories.
6) Postnatal exercises: it seems no brainer, right? But first off you, need your doctor’s okay for exercise after childbirth. “Postpartum women can gradually resume an exercise program after they are cleared by their health care provider at their 6-week postpartum checkup now days there are various centers for postnatal exercise classes for pregnant women. One should rush and join them as proper exercises are taught there which has no side effect on you and your baby. Plus interaction with other health conscious mom will help you getting essential tips.
Give yourself plenty of time to get back in shape, and don't despair if the weight doesn't fall off immediately. Ignore stories of celebrities getting back into shape a few weeks after childbirth. Such quick weight loss is unrealistic for the average new mum, so take a more gradual approach.
Bear in mind that your body may change shape after pregnancy, and returning to your exact pre-Pregnancy weight or shape may be difficult.
Look on your baby's first year as the time it takes you to safely return to your normal weight. As a rough guide, you shouldn't aim to return your pre-pregnancy weight until your baby is at least six months old. But it may take longer than this. One study showed that only about four out of 10 mums had lost their pregnancy weight by the time their babies were six months.
If you put on a lot of weight during your pregnancy, it will take longer to come off. If you'd like some help with losing weight, talk to your GP or health visitor about postnatal exercise or weight-management classes.

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