16 Tips To Help You Safely Lose Weight While Breastfeeding

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A Good Night’s Sleep

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The connection between sleep and weight loss — or inadequate sleep and weight gain — is well-established. Obviously, as a parent, sleep is probably something you never get enough of. But seeing as how science says sleep is important for weight loss, it’s important that you do your best! Consider this the excuse you need to let the dishes go until tomorrow, to wait to fold that laundry, and to put off all other household chores. Go to bed at a reasonable hour and don’t make yourself get up early if you don’t have to! And as hard as it may be to justify, try to get those naps in when your little one is asleep; your body will thank you.

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