I mean like 140lbs. I use to be 5"10 and 150lbs before I had my daughter in 08 and in 3 years blew up to 290lbs after two kids. I have no idea how it happened. I use to be able to control myself and run 6 miles a day. Now I'm tired after walking the dog and actually gained 30lbs after having my daughter. I'm tired of being this big, I'm only 21 I should not be or ever be this overweight. But I have no idea where to even start. My daughters 1st birthday is in 2 months and I will be seeing a lot of family and friends I haven't seen in a long time I don't want to be seen like this Even losing 20lbs by then is better then this. I don't want my bag habits rubbing of on my kids. when I was 16 I lost 60lbs on summer by starving myself pretty much. I can't do that now, while breastfeeding. I need help ladies getting my life back and in control any info or advise it great at this point. Thanks!Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 2:46 AM on Jul. 6, 2011 in Diet & Fitness
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Time to make some changes, mama! Eating right and exercise are the tried and true ways to do it. I've lost 65 lbs so far of the 100+ I needed to lose through eating clean and exercising (mostly running, and some strength training and cycling). Eating clean is very safe (even ideal) while breastfeeding. Just don't let your calorie count go below 1600 calories a day. You CAN get back into running. I started from scratch, and I would run a block, walk a block, then run two, walk two, then eventually I was running more and more. Now I'm up to 7 miles on my long runs! Part of what I love about eating clean is that I DON'T starve.
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