By Kathleen Fields. New Baby Gift. Published at Saturday, March 17th, 2018 - 21:32:09 PM.
Exercise after baby birth is important, but with this added component your success has a greater chance to survive. Remember whole grains and high fiber food allow you to be less hungry for a longer period of time. Incorporate lean meats such as chicken, fish, shrimp and flank steak with a healthy combination of good fats like avocado and almonds. Low fat dairy such as low-fat cottage cheese, greek yogurt and parmesan cheese will combat weight loss as well. Along with healthy eating, make sure to drink plenty of water (recommended 64-72 oz a day) and beware of sugary drinks or those that contain lots of sodium.
I have said all that to say that it is actually a great thing to be able to lose weight slowly because the muscle you will build in the process will indeed burn fat. There is no way you will be able to exercise after baby birth and be successful if you do not stay consistent. I am not here to say that you need to stress yourself out by trying to work out everyday, but you will only get results by getting your body moving. If you are passionate and stay dedicated to yourself, you will achieve more than you ever thought possible. Just make sure to find a positive, personal motivator to keep your energy going.
I hope that you learned how to take the first steps in preparing to exercise after baby birth and the keys that will ultimately give you a much higher success rate. As we discussed, it takes time and you have to make realistic goals, but is all worth it in the end. Eat 4-6 healthy meals a day and never skip breakfast. Stay consistent and you are on your way to the new you, but most importantly, you will feel great about yourself.
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