Post Pregnancy Diet Plan to Lose Belly Fat in 15 Days

Post pregnancy diet plan to flatten your belly quickly

Post pregnancy diet plan for you to restore your earlier appearance. The goal is to flatten your belly and reduce your body weight, but to stay healthy, and that you have enough energy to care for your baby. This means that you must reduce your caloric intake slightly, but rich nutrition with quality nutrients.

 

Post pregnancy diet plan

 

I DAY

Breakfast: 3 tablespoons of muesli, 2 dl yogurt, 100 g of seasonal fruit

Snack: 1 orange

Lunch: light vegetable soup, 150 g of no-fatty chicken, green salad seasoned with olive oil juice of 1 lemon

Snack: 1 orange

Dinner: 60 g pasta stuffed with 200 g of mushrooms, seasoned with olive oil and garlic sauce

 

II DAY

Breakfast: 1 piece of integral bread, 2 dl yogurt

Snack: 1 orange

Lunch: light vegetable soup, 100 g of fatty veal, green salad dressed with olive oil and juice of 1 lemon

Snack: 1 orange

Dinner: 250 g cooked potatoes with salad

 

III DAY

Breakfast: sandwich with integral bread and chicken breast, 2 dl yogurt

Snack: 1 orange

Lunch: vegetable soup, 150 g fish, barren potatoes, green salad dressed with olive oil and juice of 1 lemon

Snack: 1 orange

Dinner: 80 g of integral pasta with 100 g of young cheese

 

IV DAY

Breakfast: boiled egg and yogurt, twin

Snack: 1 orange

Lunch: 100 g of cooked vegetables, 150 g of turkey, green salad seasoned with olive oil and juice of 1 lemon

Snack: 1 orange

Dinner: 50 g of whole rice and 200 g of vegetables

 

V DAY

Breakfast: 2 slices of integral bread, 2 dl yogurt, 30 g of ham

Snack: 1 orange

Lunch: tomato soup, 150 g chicken, salad of choice

Snack: 1 orange

Dinner: half a can of tuna, a piece of integral bread

 

Repeat this post pregnancy diet plan for the next 10 days.

 

Advice: Avoid sweet and greasy food, as well as sweet juices.

Post pregnancy diet plan to lose belly fat in 15 days

If, however, you have occasional hunger attacks, drink a glass of water, eat almonds, whole bits of integral bread, a portion of integral rice, fresh vegetables or fruits, and mothers must not be hungry and nervous because they feel this.

 

When to exercise?

Wait for the puerperium (the first 40 days) to pass if the birth has been vaginal, or 2 months if you have had to have a cesarean section. Check with your gynecologist before practicing any exercise.
Walking 20 minutes at a good pace with your baby is a good option.

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