I have delivered 3.25 kg baby boy on 15th Oct.My stomach is still like pregnant lady and has sagged like anything.Please guide how and when can I get back in shape.what diet /exercise etc to be taken to get back to shame before March'17.
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U need 20 KGS wieght loss .along with weight loss u need good nourishment as baby nutrients requirements also depends on u and your own health also.I can help with 4-5 KGS weight loss in month. Do connect me .surely would like to help u
Hi mam - I understand your concern. Here only way through fitness exercises ,free hand, some yoga like snake pose, Bhujangasana, also avoid fast/junk foods..avoid all fried & those may create fat or gas..walking 2-4 kms per day very helpful. you can connect me online for complete advice if you want.
Hi, take care of yourself and your baby at least for 40 days,by the time take high protein high fibre diet,instead of oil take 3-4tsf desi ghee daily in your meal preparation. Feed your baby as wel like to get into shape. Do start light walk around and do some hand and leg stretching n relaxing exercise, and start proper exercise and special diet plan at the end of 2nd month.
follow for 1 more month atleast same and do special plans afterwards
Hi..... Be gentle to your body – particularly if you have had a caesarean or stitching through the pelvic floor. In the first month or so, you may only manage a gentle walk around the block. ..Once you have had your six-week check you can go back to gentler versions of exercise you were doing before, for example swimming or jogging. But don’t do anything aggressive. You can walk briskly for half an hour each day and gently build strength into your workout through Pilates or light body conditioning.....
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