Flab Blaster

The Flab Blaster ebook by Reed Connor. Download as PDF File (.pdf) or read online for free from Webdocs. Below I provide you with several tips, which can help those who want to lose excessive kilograms after a childbirth.

  1. Be patient

Weight losing can’t and shouldn’t be fast after a childbirth. Pregnancy is a great stress for the body, which is caused by the lack of vitamins and minerals, changes in hormonal environment and reduced physical activity. The recovery period can take from six months up to a year. By the way, in case if you want to lose more kilograms faster, please take a lot at “The Flab Blaster” book. This weight losing system helped my friend to obtain slim and attractive body in just two months!!

  1. Keep balanced diet during breastfeeding period and immediately after it

You need to eat properly during the breastfeeding period. In case if you don’t, you can deprive so important vitamins from your baby and even provoke appearance of toxic elements in your milk. Daily breastfeeding requires a lot of energy – about 500 kcal per day. The normal amount of calories for women in such period is 2000 kcal. The diet of a breastfeeding woman has to be partial, i.e. she has to eat 4-5 times per day. And you have to eat properly too! Your diet has to include complete proteins (low-fat meat and fish), products rich in calcium (e.g., low-fat 10-17% cheese), fruits and vegetables. You have to avoid fatty meat broths and various soups, because they are rich in some extra active elements, which require a lot of time to be digested, thus making recovery process of your body more slow and difficult. After finishing the breastfeeding period you need to limit your diet with 1600-1800 kcal per day. Eat small portions every 2-3 hours, because such approach will allow you to avoid overeating.

  1. Make consultations with professional doctors

You have to visit specialists during one year after the childbirth. If you can’t lose weight during a long period, go and visit your endocrinologist and nutritionist. Probably, your endocrine system or metabolism processes are changed after the childbirth. Furthermore, you must see a doctor if  you don’t have menstruation and ovulation in 2-3 months after the childbirth.

The Flab Blaster Ebook by Reed Connor

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