In the eyes of new mothers, the pain of having a baby can be tolerated, but after BB production, the belly is still round, like a slowly leaking balloon, which is unbearable.
What can we do to make the ugly belly disappear? Today, let’s talk about how to reduce the ugly belly!
To eliminate postpartum bulge, we need to first find out where it comes from.
For many new mothers, when they first conceive and have children, they and their families will pay special attention to it, so they keep “eating” and “supplementing” during pregnancy. And long-term eating more, less activity habits, will not bring additional benefits to the baby, the excess calories will only become fat and fat on the mother’s body.
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Think of your stomach as a balloon that rises slowly. It’s not like puncturing the balloon all of a sudden when you give birth to a child. It’s just like slowly losing your breath and retracting. This process may be a bit long, but it will happen naturally. The postpartum stomach is still large, indicating that the uterus has not fully retracted. It will take 3-18 months for the uterus to gradually recover.
But because the abdominal wall muscles are stretched and stretched excessively during the growth and development of the fetus in the uterus, even if the belly is thin back, the loose belly stretched out by the baby can only be absorbed slowly by time!
What mothers can do is to start eating and exercising as soon as possible so as to lay a good foundation for losing their big belly.
Four tips for postpartum skinny stomach
Tips 1: Control your diet and eat less and more meals.
First, control how much you eat and what you eat.
If a new mother gives up breastfeeding after childbirth, it is better to keep her diet in line with the amount of weight she can maintain before pregnancy; however, most mothers are encouraged to stick to breastfeeding and keep their diet basically the same as in the third trimester or increase their diet by about 500 kilocalories compared with before pregnancy.
Mothers who have a strong need for weight control can slightly reduce their diet by only 300 kilocalories more than before pregnancy. 300 kilocalories is not too much or too little. It’s almost 200 milliliters more milk (500 milliliters per day is recommended) and 100 to 150 grams more calories for fish, poultry, eggs and lean meat.
Some mothers would question, “It’s not realistic to take a baby every day and get mad in the rush and chaos. How many calories do you eat?” Actually, just listen to your body’s voice.
1. Eat only when you are hungry, a small amount at a time, and eat more than one meal a day.
2. Don’t overeat, don’t eat habitually.
3. Calorie should be controlled and food materials should be selected correctly.
Choosing foods that are more nutrient-rich is also particularly important. Eat more fresh vegetables, appropriate amount of fresh fruits, eat more coarse grains instead of white rice flour staple food, meat choose lean. The greasy, high-sugar, heavy food should be avoided if you can resist it.
4. Drink more light soup.
Such as light soybean milk, milk, red bean soup, tremella soup and so on, instead of all kinds of oil soup, Dabu soup, avoid unnecessary fat intake. You know, the fat that mothers store in their bodies during pregnancy is enough as a breast-feeding reserve.
Tips 2: Breastfeeding, Patience First
The anxious mother asked, “How long will it take to lose her belly?”