Post Pregnancy Weight Loss

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Be kind to your post baby body. Don’t get caught up in the pages of women’s gossip magazines where Hollywood stars with too many nannies and personal trainers giggle with glee over the fact that they have said ‘bye-bye’ to their baby bump in record time. This is you – in real life. Read More

Now that your new baby is here, you have a lot to think about: when to feed her, what to do if she cries — and how to get rid of those extra pounds you packed on during your pregnancy.If you started out at a normal weight and gained the 25-35 pounds your doctor probably recommended,. Read More

Looking after a little one is rewarding yet exhausting, so it’s important to take it easy when it comes to fitness. Although it’s tempting to revert back to your pre-baby workout straight after giving birth, it’s important you give your body adequate time to recover from labour – this is usually around 6 weeks after giving birth! Read More

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The way a woman feels about tackling everyday physical activities, including exercise, may be a predictor of how much weight she’ll retain years after childbirth.James Pivarnik, a professor of kinesiology and epidemiology at Michigan State University, co-led a study that followed 56 women during pregnancy and measured their physical activity levels. Read More

Giving birth is one of life’s natural wonders and it is an experience that will stay with you for the rest of your life. Whilst bringing your child, or children, into the world will be the happiest moment of your life, as you unfortunately know, being pregnant does have its drawbacks. Read More

Pregnancy is a time when we eat wholesome and nutritious food. And hence it is but natural that we put on weight during those 40 weeks. However, it is vital that we lose all the excess kilos after delivery. While dieting is not an option, and more so if we are breast feeding the child. Read More

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This is a new thread I’m starting because of my frustration. during my 1st pregnancy I gained 50lbs. I lost 40 and got pregnant again, gained another 50 (I had big babies 8lbs & 9lbs…I think if I had a 3rd it will be 10lbs). I was careful to track what it is I did to lose the weight. Read More

You understandably want to lose all the extra weight gained during pregnancy. It’s because you want to be able to fit into your pre-pregnancy outfits. There are lots of practical reasons for returning to your previous weight. Experts recommend against trying to lose your post-pregnancy weight too fast. What they suggest is that you take it slow shedding the pounds. Read More