There is no such diet that will help you lose weight in a short time. You should start working on yourself and include a diet program according to your age, constitution, and habits. Below you can read some tips on how to achieve that goal:
–Take it easy!
Your body has gone through major change, so don’t expect your normal form after a month of your pregnancy. You gave birth to a child, so don’t hurry, especially if you are still breastfeeding, you are not allowed to lose more than a pound in one week. The saying is that your body needs the same time as the duration of the pregnancy to recover, that is, 9 months.
-Start walking every day!
Recovering takes times, especially if you had a cesarean section. It is suggested to start walking every day if you can, even going shopping counts. And when the baby will grow up a little, you can put it in a carrier and use it as extra “load”.
This is really hard especially if the baby is crying. However try to eat slowly and alone when the baby is sleeping, in this way you will eat less.
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–Consume food low in calories!
It is important to eat more healthy and nutritious food, so that is why you should include more vegetables, fruits, and fish.
-Have reachable goals!
Write down your realistic wishes that are possible to achieve, because you cannot lose 10 pounds for 3 days let’s say.
-In that period you must not be hungry because you are breastfeeding your baby. So, if you starve you won’t lose weight, you will just overeat on the next meal. It is preferable to constantly eat a small amount of food.
-Don’t eat instead of sleep!
–This is a mistake many mothers do, however, try to avoid this and take some sleep because otherwise, you will gain weight.