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Weight Loss After Baby

Discussion in 'New Moms' started by SamanthaMacG, Nov 8, 2016.

  1. SamanthaMacG

    SamanthaMacG Active Member

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    Even though this forum seems a tad slow, I know it was the first place I went to as I've had two babies in two years! Being a mom is hard work and a lot of us feel the pressure to bounce back like a celebrity (without the luxury of a trainer, nutritionist, chef, fitness coach, nanny etc).

    I'm going to try to post an article I come across every now and then specifically for those new moms here! It's a lot of work but as Arthur just turned 7 months old, I started going to the gym in the evenings 6 days/week (thankfully, I have a very helpful husband otherwise, this would be impossible) and eating healthy! I've currently lost about 15lbs and I'm well on my way to a healthier me.

    Enjoy this article from [Link Removed]
     
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  3. floraGil

    floraGil New Member

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    Nice articule thou I find those kind of post more generic and really practical.
    The issue is that the body changes a lot. Its noot as easy as it was before pregnancy. From my own experience what really helped me were monitor my eating while I was pregnant and that how I only gained 9.5 KG which is about 21 lbs. And no I wasn't haungry at all I just eat a lot veggies fruits.
    My problem was after having a baby you dont have really a routin and you have a lot of guests (resturant). So my tip would be try make a scheduale and a routine for you as soon as possible after giving birth.
     
  4. weightlossquick

    weightlossquick New Member

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    Losing the pregnancy weight (especially when you’ve gained more than the recommended amount of 25 to 45 pounds) is harder for some. Many new moms don’t realize that not losing the post baby weight fast enough, it could get a tremendous problem later on, because they could get overweight and even obese.

    If within a year after giving birth you haven’t lost all the pregnancy weight, there is a great probability you to keep that weight permanently. I know it sounds scary, but all you need is a little push in the right direction.
     

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