Breastfeeding Diet Plan for Weight Loss | WonderSlim

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For nine months you’ve nourished and developed your baby through a healthy, balanced diet. Now, it’s time to reclaim control over your body, revitalize your energy and lose weight, because healthy families begin with healthy moms. WonderSlim for Nursing Mothers can help you reach your weight management goals.

WonderSlim® for Nursing Mothers

A Breastfeeding Diet Plan Designed to Help Youlose weightAfter Pregnancy

At no time are your nutritional needs greater than in the year when you are breast feeding. Your energy and vital nutrition is depleted, hormonal fluctuations are dramatic and the physical and emotional demands are unceasing. These needs may be complicated by your struggle to lose the weight gained during your pregnancy. But you barely have time for a shower – how can you possibly find the time (or energy) to lose weight after having a baby?

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Losing Weight After Pregnancy,

Made Simple

Designed especially with the breastfeeding mother in mind, the WonderSlim® for Nursing Mothers plan will help you reclaim control over your body, gradually promoting postpartum weight loss, while revitalizing your energy and boosting your nutrition. The WonderSlim for Nursing Mothers plan incorporates delicious, high protein, portion-controlled WonderSlim meal replacements and meal supplements, so you won't feel like you're eating baby food to get your figure back. Instead, you'll be able to enjoy delicious, nutrient-packed WonderSlim® shakes, breakfasts, lunches, snacks, bars, desserts, and even a DHA supplement designed for new mothers.

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WonderSlim® for Nursing Mothers meal plans

1800 - 2000 Calorie Options

We provide you with easy-to-follow meal plans, exercise and stress-relief guides designed especially for nursing mothers. Research by the Institute of Medicine has shown that a minimum of 1800 calories and gradual weight loss of 1 pound per week in nursing mothers will not compromise milk production. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) a weight loss of 1 pound a week while breastfeeding is safe and does not negatively affect infant growth. (1,2) We recommend starting at 2000 calories and adjusting the calorie level down depending on the amount of weight lost after first one to two weeks. Remember, nursing mothers should not consume less than 1800 calories and their weight loss should not be greater than 1 pound per week.

Select Your Plan

Typical Daily Timeline on the Nursing Mothers Premium Complete Plan

You’ll also enjoy your own healthy grocery food selections. The selections and amounts of grocery foods will vary according to the plan.

7:00 am
10:00 am
12:30 pm
3:00 pm
6:00 pm
8:30 pm

You may also use spices, artificial sweeteners, vinegar, lemon juice, mustard, horseradish, sugar free gelatin as desired. Take 1 WonderSlim multivitamin tablet and 1 to 2 DHA softgels daily (with your breakfast).

WonderSlim Meals

Meal Replacements
Pudding/Shakes, Smoothies, Fruit Drinks & select Soup flavors
Cold Cereal, Oatmeal, Hot Cakes, Omelet, Granola, Trail Mix, select Fruit Drinks
Lite Entrees
Vegetarian Sloppy Joe, Spicy Cheese ‘n Pasta, Cheese Steak Macaroni, Chili w/Beans
Chicken Noodle, Chicken & Vegetable Cream, Tomato
Gourmet Bars, Protein & Fiber Bars, Nutrition Bars & select Snack Bars flavors
Pretzel Snacks, Crunchers, Snack O’s, Savory Crisps, Sweet Poppers, Pea Protein Chips, Granola, Trail Mix
Double Chocolate Cake, Creamy Cheesecake, Cookies, Milk Chocolate Crunchies, select Pudding flavors

Grocery Foods:
For Protein, Vegetable, Fruit, Optional, Dairy and Starch servings, refer to the Food Selection List

ACOG committee opinion. Exercise during pregnancy and the postpartum period. . Number 267, January 2002. American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Int J Gynaecol Obstet. 2002 Apr;77(1):79-81.

Lovelady C, Garner K, Moreno K, and Williams J. The effect of weight loss in overweight, lactating women on the growth of their infants. N Engl J Med 2000; 342;449-53.