EP 31: Getting fit after pregnancy – part 5 – when is weight loss safe?

January 2, 2023

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when is weight loss safe

Postpartum weight loss, and everything you need to know in this episode.

Are you a postpartum mom ready to take back your health and wellness?

Where do you start?

Do you feel like you’re not sure where to start, what to eat, or how often you should exercise?

What about weight loss during breastfeeding? Is it safe?

Life after a baby (whether you’re a first-time mom or have multiple kids) requires planning. And prioritizing your health is no different. So, if you’re a mama that’s been medically cleared to begin your fitness journey, and have a little more time to focus on your health because the baby isn’t as dependent on you anymore, this episode is for you!

Postpartum weight loss

Welcome to episode 31 of Fit Christian Woman! Today, I am continuing our postpartum series by chatting with registered dietician, Lucy Hutchings. She is sharing practical advice for all you mamas out there that are ready to reclaim your health!

We are talking about weight loss while nursing, pointers on how to stay hydrated, and healthy ways to fuel your body postpartum. All while remembering that the most important thing you can do is pay attention to what your own body is telling you!

As always, I want you to be focused on being healthy in body, soul, and spirit.

Let’s do this!


Check out the other episodes in this series: part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4

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Love what Lucy had to say? Connect with her here:

The Healthy Mama Podcast.

IG: @hutchings.lucy

website: lucyhutchingsrd.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/lucy.hutchingsrd

The information contained herein is for informational and educational purposes only, and should not, and in no way should, be perceived as or relied upon in any way as medical, mental health, health care or nutritional advice. Such information is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment that can be provided by your own physician, nurse practitioner, physician assistant, therapist, counselor, mental health practitioner, licensed dietitian or nutritionist, or any other licensed or registered health care professional. Do not disregard professional medical advice or delay seeking professional advice because of information you have read in our materials.

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