Victoria De Leon (Street Articles Author)
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I had a difficult time losing the pregnancy weight after the birth of my first child. Like many women I suffered from postpartum anxiety and had a difficult time focusing on my health and well being. I enjoy writing articles and have developed a resource to help women lose weight after pregnancy.
Two Reasons Why You Need More Than Cardio Workouts To Lose Pregnancy Weight
After you have had a chance to recover from childbirth you will be ready to begin working out, dieting, and losing pregnancy weight. Yet so many women begin their workouts without a plan in place. Trying to see what happens without a solid plan of action can lead to frustration…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Womens Issues   Apr 05, 2011  
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Losing Pregnancy Weight - 3 Important Tips
A healthy weight gain during the pregnancy is between 25 and 35 pounds. However, if you happen to gain more than this then do not worry. There are a lot of women who gain over the recommended weight gain during their pregnancy. This just means that you will have to…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Womens Issues   Apr 04, 2011  
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Factors To Consider When To Begin Losing Pregnancy Weight
Many women ask the question when should I begin losing pregnancy weight? Weight loss after a pregnancy is not much different from any other type of weight loss but you should make yourself aware of a few key differences which will help you decide when is the best time for…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Womens Issues   Apr 04, 2011  
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Three Tips to Help You Lose Weight After Pregnancy
Losing weight for some women comes naturally and easily but most women have a much more difficult time to lose weight after pregnancy. Reasons for this include changes to your body, changes in your daily routine, new baby stress, or continuing to overeat after the pregnancy is over. The following…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Womens Issues   Mar 15, 2011  
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Why Do I Still Look Pregnant?
After you give birth many women have the misconception that they will look the same prior to getting pregnant. Unfortunately this is not the case. Although you will no longer be carrying the weight of the baby, placenta, and some fluids, you will still feel bloated and will still have…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Womens Issues   Mar 01, 2011  
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