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Question: Before pregnancy i was 64 nw my weight 78....how to lose so much weight i hav gained???
1. have lots of water and fluids such as coconut water, lemon water, fresh fruit juices without adding extra sugar. these will keep you hydrated during breastfeeding and also help you fill you up with nutrition.
2. exercise- no matter how much diet control you do, you cannot lose weight without some exercises. start with some light cardio exercises. do some brisk walking. i am assuming that you have completely recovered from your delivery, whether it was a vaginal or cesarean section. you can also do yoga. just ensure you have consulted your own gynecologist too and the exercises are done under supervision.
3. sleep- getting 6-7 hours of sleep is very important to keep stress away as that also makes you gain weight. i know it is difficult to achieve this with a baby but you can try.
4. healthy snacking- all those mid meal hunger pangs that you have which are sometimes satisfied by having chips and candies, kindly avoid that. there are tons of healthy snacking options in the market which you can try.
5. Detox water- soak one cucumber, some ginger, some mint leaves and a lemon in 2 litres of water at night. drink this the next day. it helps.
6. morning drink- start your mornings with a glass of luke warm water, a lemon and some honey. avoid tea.
7. diet- this is self-explanatory. avoid oily, fried stuff. avoid too many sugars carbohydrates. have more of rotis instead of rice.
Hope this helps!
Question: For tying to conceive how much weight should be maximum? My height is 5.5
Answer: Dear you should be close to ur ideal weight 5-6 kgs up will be fine. Ideally your weight should be between 55 - 68 kgs. Hope it helps.
Question: Im 8week pregnant and my age is 34..my height 4'11"....my weight 43kgs....is it ok for babys growing...
Answer: Dear baby's growth at this stage can be seen and known only by ultrasound scans. There is a specific range within which healthy women with uncomplicated pregnancies should stay: For women who start their pregnancies at a health rate, it’s 11 to 16 kgs. (The range varies for underweight to overweight to obese women, as the larger a woman is at the start of her pregnancy, the less weight she should gain to maintain a healthy pregnancy.) Unfortunately, deviating too far from these ranges can lead to serious complications for mother and baby. I would say consukt ur doctor to understand how much weight gain is good for you. Hope this helps.