The Correct Way Of Losing Weight After Delivery

losing weight after deliveryNine long months of eating and gaining weight is something that you can’t lose that easy. For some obvious reasons, being pregnant is one of those times wherein over eating is totally okay. However, pregnant women should also be cautious in their eating habits because being overweight is also not good for your baby. Some doctors would even place their clients on a strict diet in order to avoid pregnancy induced hypertension and gestational diabetes mellitus.

Whether you were place on a diet or not, it cannot be denied that your abdominal area was stretched that much to accommodate the growth of your baby. After giving birth, those bulges won’t disappear that easy as well the extra fats you’ve accumulated in some other parts of your body. It will serve as a wake up call to lose weight the soonest time possible. It may be alarming but see to it that you won’t be compromising your health in the long run.

However, losing weight after delivery should follow a safe regimen. These days, there are fitness companies that are offering post partum exercise programs. You can’t just use the gym’s equipment and exhaust yourself.

You can start by having brisk walking in a pace of your convenience. As time pass by, you can increase your speed and eventually go for a run. This is might not be able to give you fast results but you can be assured to get back on shape in the safest way possible.

You can also adjust your diet to your preferred diet plan but make sure you’re consulting a dietician for it especially if you are breast feeding. More than your wish to get into shape, your baby’s health is more important. Losing weight after delivery isn’t actually the real deal here but being fit along the way. It’s just a matter of discipline and perseverance.

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Natural Weight Loss for RJ

RJ asked me if she can have her hair rebonded just like mine. Lol! My baby is now beauty conscious because of Mommy’s influence. She doesn’t even wanted to be called fat anymore. I am wondering what my reaction would be if she asks me one day if she can take weight loss pills. Would I allow her if she reaches the right age? Maybe it will depend on how fat she will be or may be not at all. How to lose weight has been my problem for years. I want to take weight loss pills myself but I am afraid of the side effects. I have tried drinking diet tea though and the side effects that I have experienced are abdominal pain, rectal pain and sometimes nausea.

Different weight loss pills have different ingredients so their side effects varies. Adipex side effects are different from HCG and so on and so forth. There are pills that cause cramps in the stomach, sore breasts, sick feeling from time to time that you have mistaken them for pregnancy symptoms. There are also diet pills that can cause constipation, anorexia and palpitation. It would be helpful to know the side effects before taking them to help you prepare or prevent some of the bad effects if not totally eliminate them.

I do not want RJ to experience those so I would encourage her to go for the natural weight loss which are diet and exercise if ever she will gain so much weight in the future.