Include fruit and vegetables in your meals. Drink water throughout the day to stay hydrated and choose the right exercises.

As well helping you lose weight at a healthy pace, it will also make sure you have the energy to adjust to life with your newborn.

These tips will help you to achieve and maintain a healthy weight:

Make time for breakfast in the morning.

Eat at least five portions of fruit and vegetables a day.

Include plenty of fibre-rich foods such as oats, beans, lentils, grains and seeds in your meals.

Include starchy foods such as bread, rice and pasta (preferably wholegrain varieties for added fibre) in every meal.

Stop the fatty and sugary foods, takeaways, fast food, sweets, cakes, biscuits and sodas.

Watch your portion sizes at mealtimes, and the snacks you eat between meals.

Combining healthy eating with exercise will be the most effective way, because it helps you to lose fat instead of lean tissue. You will also improve your fitness levels. Finding the time to fit exercise into your daily routine, now that you have a newborn, can be a bit tricky. But it's not impossible, as long as you make it a priority. You can start to do some gentle exercise such as walking and stretching, as soon as you feel up to it. However, you should wait six weeks or so, or until you feel that you've recovered from the birth process, before taking up more strenuous exercise. A great idea is to exercise with your baby. Take your baby for walks in her pushchair, or try a pram-based exercise class. Find your nearest fit class. Group classes are also a great way to meet other mums, and the fresh air may also help to lift your mood.


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