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Today I’m gonna show you How to Safely and
Quickly Lose Weight While Nursing.
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Breastfeeding may help you lose weight post-pregnancy,
but the amount of weight you’ll lose varies
Breastfeeding typically burns 500 to 700 calories
To lose weight safely while breastfeeding,
it’s important to follow your doctor’s
recommendations for how many calories you
need to consume daily.
You also will need to get clearance from your
doctor before resuming exercise after childbirth.
It’s important to maintain a healthy diet
while breastfeeding so that you can produce
nutritious milk for your baby.
That means cutting calories may not always
be a safe option.
However, there are several things you can
do to safely support weight loss while breastfeeding.
Limiting the amount of carbohydrates you consume
may help you lose pregnancy weight faster.
But be sure you’re supplementing with plenty
of protein, fruits and vegetables.
Aim to still eat a minimum of 1,800 calories
per day, and always talk to your doctor before
starting any new diet postpartum.
Once your doctor has cleared you to exercise,
gradually ease back into working out.
Focus on postpartum-safe workouts like yoga
and going on walks with your baby.
You can start by working out 20 to 30 minutes
per day. Work up to 150 minutes of moderate
exercise per week.
Try to breastfeed your baby before working
out to avoid engorgement.
When you’re breastfeeding, it’s important
to stay hydrated. Try to drink 12 cups of
water each day.
Drinking water and clear fluids will help
your body flush out any water weight, too.
And avoid sugary beverages if you’re trying
to lose weight, as these are loaded with empty
Don’t skip meals while breastfeeding, even
if you’re trying to lose weight.
Skipping meals can slow down your metabolism
and cause your energy to drop, which can make
it more difficult to be active and care for
Plus, eating too few calories per day may
cause your weight loss to plateau or stop.
If you don’t have a lot of time to eat,
try to eat smaller snacks throughout the day.
A good goal is to have a healthy snack, such
as a piece of fruit, after feeding your baby
to replenish calories lost.
Eat more frequently.
In addition to not skipping meals, eating
frequently can also help support your weight
More frequent meals can help you have more
energy throughout the day. Aim for three meals
and two snacks per day.
Though if you’re constantly hungry while
breastfeeding, you may need to add more small,
healthy snacks throughout the day.
Rest when you can.
It can be difficult to find time to rest when
you have a new baby.
But try to get as much sleep as you can. It
can help your body recover faster and you
may lose weight faster.
Sleep is also important once you return to
exercising. That’s because your muscles
need to rest and recover after your workouts.
If your baby is feeding throughout the night,
try to take short naps during the day when
your baby sleeps.
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Remember that it took nine months to gain
the weight during pregnancy, so be kind to
your body as you start your weight loss journey.
Some women find it takes six to nine months
to get back to their prepregnancy weight.
For others, it can take one to two years.
Try not to compare yourself to others.
Ease back into exercising gradually and focus
on eating a healthy diet without restricting
too many calories while breastfeeding.
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