Embracing motherhood and welcoming a new member in your life is the best gift ever. Despite of some complications, women enjoy pregnancy thoroughly. Those pampering while going through mood swings and sweet tooth cravings can be one of the best moments of your life. However, what's the most disturbing thing is that pregnancy weight. Many women struggle to loose those extra kilos thus finding it difficult to fit into those old dresses. While you continuously attempt to get into those old t shirts and jeans through crash diet, we tell you don't ever do that. This is because it can not only cause health complications but can also harm your baby's breastfeeding chances. You can regain that fab body simply by going natural. Remember those grandma's tips which we often ignored calling them not applicable? Yes, now it's time to recall those simple yet effective tips which will help you in becoming yummy mummy.
Celebrity nutritionist, Rujuta Diwekar has penned down top five things which should be followed throughout and post pregnancy. Firstly, she recommends to have at least 3-5 tsp of shudh desi ghee every day because short chain fatty acids help in building strong bone mineral density and accelerate fat burning. Your simple dal chawal and sabzi roti diet can do wonders. They are good source of minerals, amino acids and fiber and they help in regulating bloating issues during and post pregnancy.
Don't skip exercise as it improves blood circulation to the foetus and reduces labour time. Keep up with it at least 150 minute a week. Homemade laddoos such as nachni or gond laddoo are rich sources of iron and Vitamin B. One should have it every day in order to not feel tired or have mood swings. Next, raisins are good sources of anti-oxidants, consume soaked raisins every morning to keep morning sickness and afternoon slumps at bay.
If you keep a check on your diet and exercise or do yoga regularly, regaining the fab bod shouldn't take more than couple of months. So, follow these tips and get ready to deceive others with your looks.