GETTING RID OF POST PREGNANCY FATS

GETTING RID OF POST PREGNANCY FATS

One of the joys of getting pregnant become quite obvious as the months go by, and that’s showing off your bulging baby bump, a trend being made ever so popular by Hollywood’s hottest expectant leading ladies.

If you’re over 25 and certainly over 30, losing the weight after delivery may seem like fighting a huge battle.

Not only has the female’s body packed on the pounds during pregnancy, but with age, comes a natural tendency to favor fat and gain weight. Once a certain fat level is reached and maintained for an undetermined amount of time, the body accepts this (level) as normal and works at conserving it.

So, as you try to shed those extra pounds, other physiological systems kick and foster
re-gain. Hormones and neurotransmitters that control your activity level, your hunger level and how you metabolize food are also affected in ways that encourage fat to make its way back.

Experts assert that there is hope, but it may just take more time and conscious efforts. And, they add, that it should be viewed and treated as a lifestyle change, and not a “temporary” diet plan geared at simply shedding some extra pounds.

Among the key factors to dropping the weight and keeping it off is the amount of exercise you do over the long haul. Experts suggest a few times a week if possible, but even that may not be enough. In fact, the ideal amount would amount to about 30 minutes per day, even if it’s done at intervals, which is also a great way to help you not only maintain a healthy weight, but stay healthy as well.

Furthermore, studies show that losing weight and keeping it off may mean up to 60 to 90 minutes of moderate exercise daily (for most), and they again suggest breaking it into intervals. You can also incorporate exercise into daily activities such as walking instead of driving, taking the stairs instead of the elevator, etc. And, they caution those who are or may be out of shape to start off slow and take it easy and build up gradually.

Overall they suggest sticking within your (daily) calorie and exercise range and finding a program that’s practical and easy for you to commit and stick to. And they suggest making small, achievable goals that will enable you to see results, which will in turn be a motivation for you to continue on your successful path.

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Itohan Omeike

Wife, Mom, Blogger, Saxophonist, Programmer/Web Developer, Business Mogul, and Most Especially Lover Of God.

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