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Old 03-06-16, 11:44 AM   #1 (permalink)
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How do I make sure that I don't gain too much weight when I'm pregnant? What sort of diet should I follow? I don't want to hurt my baby, but I also don't want to be giving into my cravings and become a 1,000 pounds. I don't want to fall into that "eating for two" mindset that will make me feel like I have an excuse to eat more than I should.
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Weight gain is, of course, a natural part of pregnancy. However, Definitely talk to your doctor about your diet and be sure to bring up your weight gain concerns. They should be able to help you to know how many calories you require to maintain good health for you and your growing baby.
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Old 03-14-16, 02:00 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I agree with tammybear. Talk to your doctor. You don't want to mess around with your eating habits or make dramatic lifestyle changes when you're pregnant. You need to do what is the most healthy for you and your baby. Keep in mind that (safely) exercising and staying active while you're pregnant will also help to keep your weight down, may lead to an easier birth and could help you bounce back faster once the baby is born.
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Follow the diet and exercise regimen that your doctor recommends. If you find that you're still hungry, eat low calorie snacks. Never think of dieting while you're pregnant. Instead, think of every change that you make as a healthy lifestyle change that you are adopting for you and your unborn baby. Ultimately, the health of your baby is more important than how you look.
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It really would be best to voice your concerns to your doctor. He or she can help you come up with the best diet and exercise that is safe for you and your baby if gaining too much weight is one of your concerns.
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Thanks for the support. I've decided to flat out ask my doctor. I've got an appointment next week :)
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I was 135 before getting pregnant and gained 35 extra. I started breastfeeding my LO and with this, I used mummy magic weight loss tea (started two months later my baby) and shed all extra weight and belly bulge just in two months.
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I was 135 before getting pregnant and gained 35 extra. I started breastfeeding my LO and with this, I used mummy magic weight loss tea (started two months later my baby) and shed all extra weight and belly bulge just in two months.
This sounds totally bogus Sehrimalik. I don't trust anything that has the word "magic" in it when it comes to weight loss. Also, there's no way you lost 35 pounds in just two months, unless what you gained was 35 pounds of water weight. You don't lose fat that fast if you're being safe and healthy. If you did happen to lose that much fat that quickly you'd be in the hospital.

We're looking for real support and suggestions on this forum not spam. No one here believes in "mummy magic weight loss tea".

Gina, bring up your concerns with your doctor. My wife worried about this same thing when she was pregnant with our first child. Her doctor gave her some really good advice. You'll likely find that if you're already eating a healthy diet, you probably won't have to make too many changes. Simply find out how many calories you'll need throughout your pregnancy and do your best to stick to it. Any extra weight you gain should be minimal and as long as you stick to healthy eating, watching your calories and exercising once you've had your baby and your body has healed, it shouldn't take you too long to lose any of the extra weight :)

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Old 10-28-17, 03:08 PM   #9 (permalink)
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This sounds totally bogus Sehrimalik. I don't trust anything that has the word "magic" in it when it comes to weight loss. Also, there's no way you lost 35 pounds in just two months, unless what you gained was 35 pounds of water weight. You don't lose fat that fast if you're being safe and healthy. If you did happen to lose that much fat that quickly you'd be in the hospital.

We're looking for real support and suggestions on this forum not spam. No one here believes in "mummy magic weight loss tea".

Gina, bring up your concerns with your doctor. My wife worried about this same thing when she was pregnant with our first child. Her doctor gave her some really good advice. You'll likely find that if you're already eating a healthy diet, you probably won't have to make too many changes. Simply find out how many calories you'll need throughout your pregnancy and do your best to stick to it. Any extra weight you gain should be minimal and as long as you stick to healthy eating, watching your calories and exercising once you've had your baby and your body has healed, it shouldn't take you too long to lose any of the extra weight :)
You said it bruceH! We don't want silly stories about magic tea. NO SPAM!
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