Lose Baby Weight Fast - The Baby Belly Fat Loss Plan

Frequently Asked Questions

Q/  I had a difficult birth which resulted in an emergency c section.  How soon after a c section is it safe to start exercising?

A/  At this early stage you can and definately should follow the pelvic floor exercise programme and any of the phase one exercises that feel ok to do.  Monitor yourself carefully, watch out for any signs of discomfort or pain around the scar.  Also you can follow the eating plan, you should see great results from that alone.

Q/  I dont just have weight on my stomach, my legs are my worst area.  Will this plan still work for me?

A/  The baby belly fat loss plan will do three things for you.  Firstly it will flatten your stomach, secondly it will help you to lose weight and thirdly you will become fitter and feel healthier allowing you to cope with the stresses of having a new baby.  When losing weight or body fat it is not possible to spot reduce, that is lose weight from any one particular area.  The fat is used from the entire body as energy if needed.  By creating a calorie deficit we put our bodies in to fat burning mode and you will lose fat from all over, your legs as well.

Q/ I dont have the time or energy to do anything right now, I just want to concentrate on my new baby, can I start the plan in a few weeks time, will it still work for me then?

A/  Yes this plan is a very effective fat loss plan for anyone at anytime, especially postnatal women.  You should certainly be doing some of the pelvic floor and pelvic tilting exercises now though.  They are so easy to do and only take minutes a day.  When you feel more in control of your life again and ready to get in to shape then you can follow the entire system.  It will still be very effective.

Q/  My prepregnancy weight was 9 stone.  I gave birth 3 months ago and still weigh 11stone.  How much weight could I expect to lose and is it unrealistic to expect to reach 9 stone again?

A/  It is very difficult to predict weight loss as people vary greatly.  It will depend on a number of factors including how well you stick to the system and how much weight you gained during your pregnancy.  It is very realistic to lose at least a stone on this plan and many inches from around the body.  As to whether you could reach 9 stone again, that will depend on your determination and commitment.  Unless there are any medical reasons why you couldnt then there is no physiological reason why you wont get back to that weight again.