Easy workouts, healthy eating and relaxation tips are just a few important elements to help you be a healthy mom.
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You love your kid. The wobbly tummy she left you with? Not so much. But being a mom doesn't have to mean saying sayonara to your pre-kid stomach. Small switches to your diet, workout routine, and lifestyle can make over your middle. Mix and match your choice of the following tips for a trimmer waist in no time.
From sleeping in to sneaking out to a matinee, don't deny yourself the "me time" that's good for your health.
No need to try and squeeze a workout between naps and feedings. Kristin McGee, a personal trainer in New York City, created this one you can do with Baby! Start by doing the series one time through, three days a week, working up to two times through for best results. As always, clear exercise with your doctor first.
If you or your spouse smoke, we're here to tell you that you can stop. In fact, quitting smoking is one of the best things you can do for yourself and your family.
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