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Get back to your Pre Pregnancy Weight
Are you longing to return to your pre-baby body but have no idea where to begin? Giving birth is a life transforming moment for a woman. And it won't be wrong to say that for many, post pregnancy days are filled with insecurities and uncertainties. Sleepless nights, birthing scars, healing uterus and an unappealing body. Almost every other women gains weight during her pregnancy and it becomes a dream for every new mom to leave maternity clothes aside and slip into all old and favourite jeans.
But you are not allowed to go for a diet for reshaping as you are lactating. There is a great family pressure also, in which everyone focuses on baby’s health and you might feel neglected. At this time you have to take charge of your body in your hands. So dieting is not a good option for weight loss. Eating healthy is of utmost importance for a new mother. A good balance of proteins, fats and carbohydrates, vitamins , minerals is a must thing to meet the health needs.
Why holding on to Pregnancy Weight is very dangerous?
Holding on to pregnancy weight can lead to serious Health Consequences down the road, putting you at risk for Chronic Conditions like Heart Desease and Diabetes. And loosing the pregnancy weight is important not just for new Mom's but for Babies too. Going into a future pregnancy at a higher weight can put both the mother and the developing baby at risk for Medical Complications such as Gestational Diabetes and Hypertension.
When can I start to lose weight ?
Your body needs time to recover from having your baby. To loose your weight, you should wait for 3 months (12 weeks) after Delivery. After three months, you are now ready to get back in your Pre- Pregnancy Shape.
Does breastfeeding aid in losing weight ?
Both you and your baby benefit from breastfeeding, it can be hard work that pays you and your new bundle of joy too. It releases the hormone oxytocin, which helps your uterus return to its pre-pregnancy size and may reduce uterine bleeding after birth. Breastfeeding also lowers your risk of breast and ovarian cancer. It may lower your risk of osteoporosis.
You’ll need slightly more calories. You’ll need around an extra 300-500 calories a day to have the energy to produce milk. However, some of these additional energy needs will be met from your body’s existing fat stores.
This means that breastfeeding will create a calorie deficit that helps you to lose weight but only if you avoid taking in the extra calories. Eat healthy and stay active. Breastfeeding may even help you to keep your weight off in the longer term.
It’s safe to lose weight when breastfeeding if you lose it gradually. Losing between 0.5kg and 0.7kg a week shouldn't affect the quality or supply of your milk, or your baby's growth. Losing weight gradually will also make it more likely to stay off in the long run.
Aim of program
- To shed extra fat and inches.
- To retain lost energy after delivery.
- To maintain lactation.
- To help you out from Baby blues.
- To provide psychological support to deal with mood swings during pregnancy.
- To maintain iron, calcium and othermicronutrients stores.
- All women delivered 12 weeks back either normal vaginal delivery or LSCS.
- Lactating mothers.