For many. Women - that can contribute to weight loss.
A safe way to. Approach this is through weight training. The increased muscle mass will burn more calories - this prevents you from having to starve yourself.
Listen to your body. Relax, enjoy your baby. Sleep interruption can cause weight gain. If you breast feed 6 times a day and eat healthy food with a slow carb whole grain like quinoa, buckwheat groats, or amaranth, soaked, rinsed and then cooked, together with high quality protein like egg, bean, wild caught fish, grass fed beef or lamb and fresh vegetables more than fruit, you have a plan. Combine with walking baby.
Slowly. Many women lose weight when breast feeding baby. If you weight train- you will build muscle which burns calories. It is important to also remain aerobically fit.
Breast feeding. Yes.
Absoluely. Weight loss is all a calorie in/calorie out deal. If you expend more calories in a day than you take in, over time you will lose weight. Make sure you are getting enough fluids to keep your milk supply going, and enough variety of foods to get appropriate nutrition for the baby. Other than that, take your daily vitamin and enjoy the weight loss without having to work out!
Yes. One of the benefits for yourself of breast feeding is that you will lose weight faster than if you did not. This is possible if you are not overeating and having a healthy and reasonable lifestyle.
BREAST FEEDING. Difficult time to loss weight when you need more calories to feed your baby. Deminished food intake might affect milk secretion needed for lactation. Suggest exercise to augment weight loss.
Priorities. I would first consult with a nutritionist and lactation consultant. You need adequate calories to produce milk and avoid a catabolic state. It is important to support sufficient fat, protein and carbohydrates. Exercise is also a great way increase tone and increase muscle bulk and enhanced body contouring.
Confusing question. Many women use breast feeding as a natural way to loose weight. Eating a well balanced diet designed to meet the needs of mom and baby with calorie load based on pre-pregnancy weight can help weight come off. Before or after breast feeding, success at weight loss depends on feeding practices and activity.
Don't diet. Breast feeding mothers should eat a healthy diet. You actually need more calories during breast feeding than during pregnancy, but they should be from a balanced diet. When you finish breast feeding, your weight may decrease quickly if you have been following a nutritious diet and exercise program.
No need. Although there are medically recognized weight-loss pills, the best weight-loss scheme is breastfeeding, where you burn up to 500 cal/day.
You cant. There is no pill or supplement that you can take that will make you grow breasts safely.