What to do?
Regardless of whether you are breastfeeding or not, you have to consult your doctor about diet and talk about the plans that you have in relation to losing weight. Most doctors will advise the mother to wait 2 months after birth before they start trying to lose weight. In this way, establishing adequate regular supply of milk and provides an opportunity for mothers to recover from pregnancy and, of course, from birth. The recovery is particularly important if the birth was difficult, your body may need more time to recover.
- If you are breastfeeding - do it as often as possible! Breastfeeding burns calories and it has been proven that frequent breastfeeding for a longer period (more than 6 months) helps mom lose weight after pregnancy.
- Gradually restrict your calorie intake and keep the goal of gradual weight loss. Consult with your doctor about how much it would be safe to lose weight in a week or in a month. Most doctors recommend that you lose no more than 0.5-1kg in a week.
What not to do?
- In order not to expose obvious risks, it should not, under any circumstances, to buy the diet pills at the pharmacy, and that you have not consulted with a doctor about it. Many of these pills contain caffeine and chemicals in small quantities forming part of the milk they are breast-feeding a baby. The experts are still examining how these pills and are safe to use even for women who do not breastfeed your baby.
- In the same way that a child should avoid fast and time regulating body weight, such as a child where they removed a certain group of ingredients (eg, carbohydrates) and which deprives you of the basic nutrients.Such a diet can affect the quality of milk and will certainly disrupt your energy level.
What foods consumed
You should be focused on a balanced diet that will provide you with all the nutrients that you need for a healthy life, this includes certain healthy fats (omega-3 fatty acids in certain fish species) and even sugar.Your body is all it takes in certain quantities. The best way is to consult a doctor regarding the preparation of healthy, balanced meals.
Your body needs the protein and so it should not proceed with the consumption of meat (if you're a vegetarian, continue typing beans, legumes and other foods that you normally eat). GUIDES healthier diet by eating lean red meat instead of hamburger, for example, as well as lean chicken, turkey and even fish meat. You should be in proportion to synchronize with certain foods and intake of vegetables and carbohydrates at every piece of meat you eat. Salads and soups are a great way to increase vegetable intake.An additional advantage of the new mothers is to quickly prepare salads and soups can be stored in large quantities and store in the fridge!
When you enter carbohydrates, consume carbon compound which has Hidato in wholemeal bread, brown rice and potatoes. This type of carbohydrate is much better than the carbs in white bread that is quickly digested. And do not forget your daily diet! You can consume milk and cheese with low fat, and at the same time to enter the proper amount of calcium. Also, you can eat fresh fruit that can be a great way to help you when you eat something sweet. If you are not willing to bite the apples and oranges, buy a blender and make a pulpy drink.
Basically, you have to enter all the necessary nutrients, but from quality sources. Processed foods, such as burgers, fries, pizza, a baked and frozen foods are sources of saturated fats and processed sugars. These are the types of fats and carbohydrates you should avoid.