Look at some stars with many children and wonder how they manage to keep such a figure?
For example, Victoria Beckham, who gave her husband three boys. Or Gwen Stefani, who managed to become even more slender and sexy after pregnancy than before.
Of course, these are stars, they have personal nutritionists, trainers, nannies and a lot of free time. But getting in shape after having a baby doesn't cost a lot of money or a lot of time. You can achieve this, you just have to want.
First of all, you need to change your diet. When you have a newborn baby in your house that requires constant attention, there is no time for the usual long lunches and dinners. And you don't need three meals a day anymore. Eat five to six small meals a day. This will speed up the metabolic process in the body, excess fat will burn faster. In addition, breastfeeding burns 500 calories a day.
Don't forget to count calories. The good old way with good results. Determine how many calories you got from food and how many burned. If the balance is not too impressive, then you need to increase physical activity. Move more, walk and play with your baby.
Having a baby increases your respect for your own body. The 39-year-old actress Rachel Weitz, known for the film The Mummy, is sure of this. “You start to appreciate your body and what it is capable of more,” Rachel said after the birth of her son, who is now three years old. Sometimes this respect works better than any diet.