Cesarean delivery (C-section) is a surgical procedure used to deliver a baby through incisions in the abdomen and uterus.
Everybody knows pregnancy and delivery can be a stressful time for the mother, especially if she has had a c-section. The body needs time to heal and recovery can get delayed due to
complications such as wound infections, back aches or body swelling.
You have to remember that the body took a good nine months to gain all that weight, so being patient and going slow is the key to post pregnancy weight loss.
A lot of mothers develop that post c-section stomach pouch which can be extremely
irritating, so remember you are not alone.
1. Breast Feeding
The first and earliest way to start losing that extra belly fat is breast feeding. If you breast feed well it can get you hungry an run the belly down.
2. Snack Right
First, let’s clear the misconception that pregnant and nursing mothers need to eat for two people. That’s not true. The body
only needs 300-500 extra calories during and after pregnancy to maintain its function properly. Which means adding a cup of
whole milk, an egg, a fruit or a slice of bread in your diet is sufficient enough for your body as well as your baby. Chose
foods that are rich in nutrients and low in calories and fat. The fact is that if you did not gain too much weight during
pregnancy, you will not have to worry about losing a lot of weight after delivery.
3. Safe Detox
Safe detoxing is a great way to boost liver and kidney function, Eat lots of fresh vegetables and whole fruits, Lemon water, honey water, green tea, ginger tea, fish (omega 3) and dandelion tea are also good home
remedies for weight loss after delivery.
4. Use a postpartum support belt or girdle
The benefits of postpartum support belt or girdle can be a blessing, as they help tighten abdominal muscles and play a vital role in flattening your flabby stomach.
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