The principle of the diet after pregnancy
After a pregnancy, every mother thinks about regaining her figure. The pregnancy diet allows you to gradually resume good eating habits .
After pregnancy, a woman's body is tired, so you should not embark on a restrictive and restrictive diet. The latter must therefore allow a gentle weight loss so as not to tire your body further.
A balanced diet (fish, meat, dairy products, green vegetables, etc.) and a healthy lifestyle are the keys to success. Wondering how to rebalance food ? Find our HEALTH nutritional program to find out more.
Eat protein-rich foods like poultry, cheese, yogurt, meat, fish, and beans. Protein-rich foods are important to help you recover from childbirth and keep your body strong.
If you are under 18 or if you were underweight before pregnancy, you should eat more protein. Perineal rehabilitation and the resumption of walking allow you, for example, to resume sport gradually.
You should also stop snacking between meals and drink at least 1.5 liters of water per day. Small delicacies are allowed, but no abuse!
Good to know: do not hesitate to speak with your doctor or a health professional in order to adapt the nutritional program to your needs.
The advantages and disadvantages
After a pregnancy, a diet allows above all to resume the basics of a healthy life. This is why it must be personalized to fit your nutritional needs. It allows you to lose weight gradually and over the long term.
However, these type of diets can be frustrating because weight loss is not fast.
In addition, it is important to include a sporting activity. However, the resumption of sport must be gradual, at least for the first few months.
You can start exercising your abdominal muscles as soon as you feel up to it. Avoid sit-ups, crunches, or abdominal curls, as they put pressure on the scar (in the case of a C-section).
Avoid lifting heavy weights. Remember, however, that your body has undergone a significant physiological and physical change. He deserves gentle treatment... and so do you!