It's hard to get rid of that stubborn belly fat after creating a beautiful life.
You can't hit the gym or get started on a diet, as you leave the hospital, no matter how tempting.
Women can start exercising safely after six weeks of child birth.
It is advised to wait for your doctor's approval, in order to begin exercising.
Doing too much too soon can set you back even further.
So make sure lip follow your doctor's advice to the point.
Breastfeeding can help you lose weight faster.
Mothers who have just given birth need to keep calorie total at a minimum of 1500 in order for their body to heal.
The postpartum mom needs at least 400 extra calories a day, if breastfeeding.
Breastfeeding also helps your uterus to contract and return to its normal size faster.
The key to getting rid of the post-baby weight is burning calories.
Make sure to get your heart rate up; keep moving.
You need nutritious food to help you heal & to keep your energy up.
No matter what your dietary requirements are, eat healthy.
Go for lean meats, whole grains, fruits and veggies.
Drink lots of water throughout the day to keep yourself hydrated and to speed up your metabolism
Stay motivated & focused; this will take time.
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