Post-Pregnancy Health and Fitness
Get your body back with these tips and exercises for new moms.
It took nine months to gain the weight so you should allow just as much time to take the weight off. Use this month-by-month guide to help you get back to where you want to be.
New mom movements, like nursing or carrying your baby, put a lot of strain on an already taxed body. Here are six tips to help your post-pregnancy body adjust to its new job as mom.
Incorporate strength, cardio and flexibility into your routine with this upper body workout you can do with your baby.
Walk, lunge and squat your pregnancy weight away with this workout that you can do with your baby.
Use your baby's weight to your benefit. Here are three exercises that you can do with a baby bjorn.
It can take the abdomen several weeks to adjust after a cesarean. Try these six simple exercises to help the body heal.
Meet your fitness goals--and fulfill work and family obligations--with these simple tips to achieve balance.
Do you stand straight? Find out what proper posture feels like and how it can improve your body and spirit.
A baby's "taste" for certain foods can begin in the womb and many nutritional habits are developed in the first few years of life. Find out how you and your baby can form healthy habits early on.
Find out how long you should wait to exercise after giving birth, and learn some easy exercises you can do to help your body bounce back.
Find out what vitamins new moms might be lacking, and how much weight is safe to shed, in The Diet Detective's second column on post-pregnancy health.