Hy, I am new mother of 4 months old boy. He is not on breast milk since the day he was born. I fed him my milk with the help of breast pump. But now my milk has gone completely. Now my concern is though I have put on weight during my pregnancy how will I reduce it now. I want to be in my pre shape?? pls guide me... n how can I make my child healthy in this case??
Created by Updated on Feb 10, 2020
| Feb 10, 2020
Khushboo aap exercise resume karey, doctor se green signal milne ke baad. Khaney mai oil, sugar, salt, refined flour , carbohydrates jaise ki bread, rice ka intake reduce karey. meals ke baad ek dum se nahi letey. thoda walk karey. Bhookh lagne par healthy khana lijiye jaise ki fruits and salads etc. Filling food jaise ki peanut salad, roasted paneer etc lijiye. method of cooking bhi change karey. frying ki jagha steaming, roasting ,boiling prefer karey. oil ,butter,ghee ,cheese , processed food ka intake reduce karey.
| Feb 10, 2020
Khushboo as you are saying it's very big concern obviously for a mother how to feed a 4 month old baby without breastfeed... it would be e necessary to keep baby on the feed he was getting Since his birth you can keep on changing the formula milk according to the age as mentioned by the brand which are available in the market till he is is 6 months old after that you can start weaning of the baby and adding some solid food like mashed potato mashed banana mashed paneer Khichdi porridge aur khir to his diet but this will be a gradual process you must have to ensure these things are not affecting his digestive system and do check for allergies too before giving them on a regular basis other point of concern that you have mentioned is your weight that you have put on during pregnancy it should be reduced in a gradual manner with the approval of your gynecologist . You can read this also... Blogs- https://www.parentune.com/parent-blog/post-pregnancy-weight-loss-tips/3274, https://www.parentune.com/parent-blog/12-home-remedies-to-reduce-belly-fat-after-delivery-easy-quick/2817, https://www.parentune.com/parent-blog/diet-to-lose-baby-weight-post-pregnancy/2371