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Reducing tummy after delivery
Hello, delivered 1 month  back i want to flatten my tummy, what are the remedies i have to take Thanks
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Things need detailed information about your meals and nutrition options and lifestyle then we can suggest anything to eat so choose direct consultation for proper guidance and help
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Hi, Here are a few tips that will help you:- Exercise 40-45 minutes 4-5 times a week. Eat small frequent meals every 2 -3 hours Have whole grain cereals like millets and pulses Eat protein rich diet (especially post workout, it will help in building muscle) and improve metabolism. Eat proper breakfast, as 40% of day’s energy comes from breakfast. Include healthy fat in your diet like nuts - almonds and walnuts, seeds like pumpkin, watermelon, sunflower seeds, etc. Eat fiber rich diet, it will help to gain early satiety and help you feel full - include fruits and vegetables in your diet Avoid junk food, oily food, processed or canned foods. Drink a glass of water every hour daily to optimally hydrate the body. Note: the given prescription can change according to different conditions.
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For reducing fat u hv to follow three main things like healthy diet, exercise and Walk early morning and evening. Take high fiber food in ur diet. Add more fruits and vegetables in ur diet. Provide me complete information of ur height, weight,physical activity,madical history ,diet history, veg or nonveg. Due to lactation extra requirment is increased so contact me for coustamized diet plan through practo u can manage both of ur issues.
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For now you can try having detox waters to flush out toxins from your body. As on breast feeding we can give you lactation plus weight Management diet. Making sure that the baby is getting all the nutrition from the mother's milk and you have sufficient calories to burn also.
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consult ;as its not a one time job. its a lifestyle management. regular/ weekly monitoring will be conducted .
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have jeera water on empty stomach soaked overnight daily and have papaya daily .
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Hello Practo user We have a Post Pregnancy dietplan which include . Help to get ideal weight . Help to cure deficiency of vitamins and Minerals. . Help to increase milk production. . Help to provide you proper nutrition, so that your baby will get ideal weight and good. health And many more..... But before prescribing any thing we need some information like . Vitals . Purpose of joining gym . Medical history . Family history . Occupation . Physical activity . Daily routine And many more So, if you want to contact us,you can contact us directly thru the link below
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For more information or to contact me directly or via phone or for online counseling contact https://www.facebook.com/doctorplanmydiet/ Thanks with Regards Dt. Ankita
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Hi Hope you are doing fine. Go easy with post pregnancy weight loss enjoy this beautiful journy, Eating well at this important so that your baby gets all nutrition. Any general plan won't work if it's not according to your eating pattern. Need to plan accordingly to your current requirements. Need more information about your lifestyle and eating pattern to help you better.
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contact us for personalized plan
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Hello, A customised well planned lactation diet will help you. Consult me online for the detailed diet chart
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Book an appointment at www.apekshapt.in or contact me through practo direct consult
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Hi Currently since you will be feeding the priority is Nutrition of both you and your baby Eat nutritious food some more some Month Then start following balanced diet Which requires personalised diet approach
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Book your appointment via practo for personalised diet
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At present focus on healthy meal plan and adequate breast feeding Delivery was normal or c section
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Better to opt for personalised consultation where we focus on proper lactation and accordingly exercise Connect on Practo for consultation
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Eat healthy sleep well meditate and enjoy motherhood
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Contact me through practo direct consultation for further information surely help you
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Hi take direct consultation i need your complete information like your current eating habits, likes,dislike, medical history , diet preference that are you non vegetarian or pure vegetarian etc. so will able to give customised diet plan. take direct Online  consultation  through my practo account- dietitian-   Anjali kanphade. Tips. Avoid junk food, fried food Start 30-45 minutes brisk walk Use less oil,les sugar Eat home made food, 4-5 small meals in a day don't overeat.
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eat maximum fiber rich food like methi do some yoga and walking dont control on eating habbits because you r lactating woman.
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