Post Pregnancy Weight Loss Diet - Natural | No Side Effects | Home Remedy | Best Diet Plan Ever

Eating right can go a long way in helping you get back your strength and energy. After your delivery it is natural for you to focus all your attention on your newborn baby. After all, your baby needs a strong and healthy mum. And if you are breastfeeding, what you eat passes on to your baby through your milk. So all the more reason to eat well! 

Traditionally, during confinement, women have been given high-calorie food like full cream milk, butter, ghee, dried fruits and sugar. While you do need extra calories if you are breastfeeding, you can get the vital nutrients in a way that doesn't necessarily mean piling on fat as well. Losing those pregnancy pounds might be at the front of your mind. But there’s something that's even more important for your body after your baby arrives: eating foods that give you the energy to be the best mom you can be.

Try to make these healthy foods a regular part of your diet.

OATS

Oats are an excellent source of iron, calcium, fibre, carbohydrates and proteins. As oats are high in fibre, they can also help keep constipation at bay. 

                                                                                                   

The most common way to have oats is to cook it in a pan and have it with milk, nuts and dried fruit. You can add chopped fruits like bananas, apples or mango to increase the nutritional value. 

Turmeric (haldi)

Turmeric contains vitamins B6 and C, fibre, potassium, magnesium and manganese. So, it is packed with essential vitamins. Not only is it a standard ingredient in Indian cooking, it has been used for centuries to heal external and internal wounds. 

                                                                                             

There is some evidence to suggest that turmeric helps to reduce inflammation. It may also help in healing post pregnancy wounds and cure stomach disorders, although evidence is limited to support this. You can add about half a teaspoon of turmeric to a glass of warm milk

Dry ginger powder

Saunth contains fibre, vitamins B6 and E, iron, magnesium, potassium, selenium and manganese. It is a commonly available ingredient whose supposed health benefits include anti-inflammation. 

                                                                                        

You can choose to add just a little dry ginger powder to your meals. 

Green vegetables

Green vegetables are a great source of iron, which you will need to help you recuperate.

                                                                                                

Consider eating spinach (paalak), beans (frans been), lotus stem (kamal kakri), fenugreek (methi) leaves, apple gourd (tinda), pointed gourd (parwal) or other such green seasonal vegetables

Carom seeds 

It is traditionally believed that carom seeds, not only soothes pain from gas and indigestion, but also stimulates breastmilk production and helps the uterus to contract. In Ayurvedic medicine, carom seed is thought to promote lactation. 

                                                                                           

There is not much evidence to support this belief, but in lab and animal studies, carom seeds has shown antioxidant, antibacterial, antifungal and antiseptic properties.  


Some Useful Tips to be followed for weight loss after pregnancy


Water helps to get rid of accumulated toxins and speed up the process of weight loss after pregnancy.

Drink warm water after every meal. The warmth of water acts as a fat burning mechanism and cleans the oil that clogs body.

Include eight to nine servings of fresh fruits and vegetables in your daily diet.

Honey is also a good for weight loss. What one can do is mix about a teaspoon of honey with warm water in the morning on an empty stomach. The honey in the water helps burn the unused fat that was stored in the body.
     
Increase intake of soluble dietary fiber. They make you feel fuller for long and prevent your digestive system from absorbing excessive sugar, cholesterol and starch.  Some sources of soluble fiber include oats, rye and barley.

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