Need some extra help losing my bellyfat after childbirth

by Elizabeth
(USA)

I was reading your page on belly fat (I have 16 month old who has become fascinated with showing everyone his tummy and then lifting your top to look at everyone else's...since he has started to wobble my baby flab I am getting very obsessed with mine...)


You mention cortisol but don't really say what to do about it yet, I am guessing you have plans to do that, but Mary....I need help now! Loads of was reading your page on belly fat (I have 16 month old who has become fascinated with showing everyone his tummy and then lifting your top to look at everyone else's...since he has started to wobble my baby flab I am getting very obsessed with mine...)

You mention cortisol but don't really say what to do about it yet, I am guessing you have plans to do that, but ....I need help now! Loads of those symptoms apply to me...where can I find out what to do about cortisol levels?

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Eat Little and Often
by: Mary (Editor)

To reduce cortisol the best thing you can do is to eat little and often, which is the first advice which is given to anyone with type 2 diabetes or higher than usual blood suger. You should ideally eat every three hours and not eat any carbohydrates in the evening. This will curb your need for sweet foods because your body won't be continually craving a quick fix.

My daughter, the stick insect, has had three kids and still maintained her model like figure. In fact i would prefer her to have a little more reserves and i think it is because her body demands that she refuel regularly. Other tips are included in the page http://www.age-well.org/lose-bellyfat.html

Hope this helps!

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