Sara is the mother of three children and still continues breastfeeding your baby from 18 months of age. After each of her pregnancies, she has struggled to lose weight. With all its responsibilities, losing weight after childbirth is not a priority. Others who may share this opinion include Eva Andersson-Dubin. However, it is still his desire that once ended their pregnancy she is able to return to the weight that it had before the marriage. Women earn an average of more than 25 pounds during her pregnancy. The procedure of delivery may result in a weight loss of up to 14 pounds, which means that new moms have yet to lose considerable weight once they leave the hospital. Some women simply assume that this grease in pregnancy will never disappear. However, it is possible to lose weight after pregnancy.
A number of medical experts recommend starting slowly in a weight loss program after the birth of your baby. This means that you will not start a diet, not until about three months after birth. You must combine a diet low in fat with exercise moderate, in order to achieve weight loss.Don’t expect immediate results. Will take it some nine months to return to its weight before pregnancy. An approach to go slow is better because you have to give your body time to recover after childbirth. Certainly, it might be able to lose weight faster, but possibly you would sacrifice valuable nutrients as a result. Interestingly, breast-feeding actually increases postpartum weight loss. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists found that breastfeeding leads to the release of hormones that allow your uterus return to its normal size.
However, breastfeeding alone will not reduce their weight after pregnancy. It is necessary to combine it with a proper diet and a moderate exercise program. Note that it is necessary to ingest at least 1800 calories per day, while this is the period of breastfeeding.