4 months old baby

Question: My baby is 4 months old i had a ceasarian delivery nd i m feeding my baby too but why i m not losing weight plz suggest me nd how much time it will take to get back in shape???

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Answer: Dear any weight reduction should be done after 6 months after delivery only as ur body can become weak.... start in the 7th month... keep a strict diet... avoid sugar, no rice, less oily food... no fast food... drink mostly hot water.... n if u get time from your baby do exercises or yoga.... eat daliya instead of rice... have fresh juices... follow a time-wise diet... do not over eat.
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