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Carrying a baby and giving birth is a momentous event in the life of an woman. The body needs to rest after such an ordeal to recuperate from the strain of it. Moreover as long as one breast feeds she needs to eat well. Eating well means you need lots of protein and iron in your diet. Breast feeding burns a lot of calories and if you are not eating well you may well rob your child off the necessary proteins, vitamins and minerals that it badly needs in this formative time.

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Dr. Kokil Dave Posted: Thursday, November 29, 2012 4:35:11 PM(UTC)
 
this is a common problem after delivery. take low fat diet ,less oil n ghee, avoid fast food, take more fiber n protein diet.take more salad,raw vegetables,green leafy veg, beans.. do yoga n pranayam,stretching exercises, walking or swimming or cycling.Do
shailja Posted: Thursday, November 8, 2012 1:18:02 PM(UTC)
 
I'm 26 yrs old lady, i have 6 months child with oration, i want to lose my weight ,my stomach & hips increasing day by day plz suggest me balance diet ti decrease my over weight,