Mothers under pressure to cut post pregnancy tummies
A new survey has revealed that 81 percent of mothers feel pressured to bounce back to their pre-pregnancy weight within three months of giving birth.
London: A new survey has revealed that 81 percent of mothers feel pressured to bounce back to their pre-pregnancy weight within three months of giving birth.
Survey explained that now-a-days mothers are so conscious about their post-pregnancy weight that they try every possible thing to get rid of the baby fat as soon as possible just like Scarlett Johannsen, Mila Kunis and all the Hollywood yummy mummies, the Daily Star reported.
Mothers admitted in the survey that they had eaten whatever they wanted and had not gone to the gym or done any fitness during pregnancy which contributed to their weight gain.
Survey data revealed that getting inspired from recent celebrity mums like Scarlet Johannsen, Jessica Ennis, Tamara Ecclestone, Eva Mendez and Tamara Beck, around 63.4 percent of mommies set a 12-week deadline to cut-off their post-baby fat.
Some new mothers even opted for a fat freezing treatment called Lipoglaze to bounce back with that baby fat, in which stubborn areas of fat that are almost impossible to shift with a healthy diet and exercise alone are targeted.