Pregnancy changes your body. After nurturing a baby from within for 9 months, you’ll be relying on resources from your body to sustain the baby’s growth once it’s born. If you’re breastfeeding, there are additional nutritional resources required from your body in combination with the demands of changing your sleep schedule, recovering from the birth process, and meeting the needs of your little one. You might find it more challenging to meet your own nutritional, physical and emotional needs after baby. Listening to your body is extremely important as each person is unique, but here are some general guidelines for nutrition and exercise after the birth of your baby.
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