How can I lose weight after delivery and now breast feeding?

Same as everyone. The "lose 3500 calories to drop a pound" idea now is overly simplistic. Disappointing reality is that when you begin to lose weight, your metabolism slows, hormonal &neurologic changes occur. The greater the progress you make the tougher it gets to lose more pounds--your body tries to defend its weight! You have to eat even fewer calories to maintain rate of loss. Ref: Washington Post, 7/29/2.
Eat for one not two. Creating & providing breast milk to a baby gives you an opportunity to loose if you can just maintain a diet that would be right for your desired weight.The 300-500 calories/d you provide baby could allow you to drop a pound every 2 weeks.You may need to meed with a clinical dietitian to discuss portion size & a target intake that would provide for you both.It is hard to do it without guidance.

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Losing weight and not keeping well 11 months after delivery...Am doing regular breast feeding for my child...Pls suggest?

Eat,drink,sleep. Get enough to eat. Drink plenty of fluids. Try to get more sleep. Take a depression screening. You can find them online. Read more...
Are you. Eating 4 fruits and 5 veggies and meats and wholes grains and at least 3 glasses of dairy a day? If so then you need a check up with the doctor to find out what is wrong and why you are losing weight and not feeling well. There is no one answer. You need an exam and laboratory tests. Read more...

Eating well and exercising so why can't I lose baby weight? 2 months postpartum and not breast feeding.

Losing weight. To lose weight, get ur resting metabolism rate done(weight loss centers do this). This determines the total number of calories you need to lose 1-2lbs/week. Decreasing 500cal/day will give you a 1lb wt loss in 1wk; drink water (1/2 your body weight), eat small meals about 150-200cal 2-4x/(depending on your metabolism rate) and 500cal/meal at night: lean protein/veggies; avoid carbs, . Read more...

Can I lose weight while I'm breast feeding?

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! Read more...
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. Read more...

Are there any pills can help me to lose weight while breast feeding?

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. Read more...
You cant. There is no pill or supplement that you can take that will make you grow breasts safely. Read more...