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Vemale.com – During pregnancy, every woman must have gained weight around 10-15 kg, with 2-5 kg ??is fat stored during pregnancy. The fat is stored for the purpose of giving you more energy while breastfeeding.
Breastfeeding is not only the best way to nourish your baby, but also the easiest way to reduce fat deposits. Some women may have trouble losing weight. Not because of eating too much, but because of less caloric intake. Lack of caloric intake in pregnant women resulted in the body to accumulate more fat. Then how is the right way to lose weight during breastfeeding? Here are tips, as reported by Sparkpeople.com.
Keep your diet regular, and interspersed with snacks every few hours. You need more energy to breastfeed
50% of breast milk content is water. In addition, water is also an important component to the metabolic processes in your body. Drink 2 L of water daily.
Do light exercise, of course after doctors allow, to help you lose weight. Exercise regularly and have improvement, movement and duration, very helpful
During stress, your body releases the hormone cortisol, which can increase the pacemaker, slow down the digestive system and drain the bloodstream away from the digestive system. So if you do not eat regularly, stress, and lack of sleep, your weight loss process will be disrupted.
Healthy livingIf you've done everything right, but your weight does not go away, it could be because of your hormones or your health. The only option is to live a healthy life. Eat healthy and "clean" foods, as well as regular exercise. After you are not breastfeeding, you can make other healthy diets to lose weight.
However, you must remember that breast milk is very important for your baby and the breastfeeding process can strengthen the bond between you and your baby. It is certainly more important than the number on the scales is not it? Do not stress because of this problem. Stay healthy and sufficient nutrition of baby and your own.
(vem / reg)