1-On-1 Personalized Plan By Certified Nutritionist

Our dedicated nutritionist is here to help and accompany you through the pregnancy every step of the way.

Postpartum Fat Loss

1-On-1 Personalized Plan By Certified Nutritionist

Many new moms are having a hard time accepting that their bodies have changed quite a lot after giving birth and are eager to regain their prenatal weight. However, a hasty weight loss at this time can be extremely detrimental to postnatal recovery and can easily lead to after-effects.

You have spent almost a year of pregnancy and your body has undergone a year of great change to bear the new life. Therefore it should be given the same amount of time to recover. In fact, there is a golden period for postnatal weight loss, and a gradual approach to weight loss in accordance with the golden period will yield better results.

Postpartum Fat Loss FAQs
When is the best time to lose weight after childbirth?
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1-On-1 Personalized Plan By Certified Nutritionist

How do you start breastfeeding? What’re the best practices in confinement? How to regain healthy and fit? How to avoid postpartum after-effects?

Our experienced and dedicated certified nutritionist is here to work together with new moms to solve these challenges.

We Understand Your Deepest Needs

A Registered Dietitian, Maggie strives to provide one-on-one intimate and customized services. She is also a Certified Diabetes Educator with extensive experience working in the obstetrics department of a major local hospital. Maggie also has studied gestational diabetes, a condition that women are particularly vulnerable to during pregnancy.

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Maggie, our registered dietitian, is experienced in dealing with health issues such as high blood cholesterol, high blood pressure, high blood sugar, cardiovascular disease and diabetes.

We Design Tailored Diet Plan

Whether during pregnancy or after delivery, it is crucial to have a balanced diet and to develop a reasonable diet structure. We provide you with a dedicated nutritionist to keep track of your body and calculate the approximate daily calories you will consume and the calories needed based on your personal habits. This ensures the supply of nutrition for both mom and baby, while not overfeeding mom leading to overweight. Maggie has extensive experience in the management of diabetes (type 1 and type 2 pregnancy), insulin resistance (e.g. polycystic), and prenatal and postnatal nutritional management of pregnancy sugar.

1-On-1 Personalized Plan By Certified Nutritionist
How to lose weight properly after childbirth?

Postnatal Exercise + Phased Diet Improvement

Postnatal weight loss is different from normal weight loss in that mothers need to slowly improve their diet in stages during postnatal exercise and exercise to avoid eating too little or eating the wrong things in order to lose weight. While meeting the daily energy and nutrition requirements, the intake of excess fats and oils should be controlled for healthy weight loss. When the diet is well adjusted, weight recovery will be faster.


In addition to increased exercise and a sensible diet, breastfeeding is the first choice for slimming down after giving birth. The average full-term baby needs 600ml of milk per day, and the calories consumed to produce the same amount of milk are around 300-400 calories. This is approximately equivalent to 2 hours of walking, 1 hour of running and 2 hours of housework. So in order for the mother to produce better breast milk, it is all the more important to eat a healthy and nutritious diet, which has many benefits for both mother and baby.

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