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FITKIZ Posts: 748
11/19/11 9:22 P

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11/19/11 6:08 P

Exercising doesn't (normally) dry up your milk, but it can alter the way it tastes to the baby, leading to self-weaning.

My advice is to just eat nutrient dense foods at the top of your weight loss calorie range, exercise moderately and drink plenty of water.

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FITKIZ Posts: 748
11/16/11 12:06 P

I'm currently breastfeeding my third girl and I'm concerned that if I start losing weight I may also run the risk of my milk drying up. How do I prevent that and still lose weight?

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