Date of birth: October 1, 1980 (Age: 36 years)
Height: 5′ 5,5″ (160 cm)
Weight: 119 pounds (54 kg)
Sarah Drew body measurements:
Waist: 24″ (61 cm)
Chest: 34″ (86 cm)
Hips: 35″ (89 cm)
Shoe size: 7,5 (US)/ 37-38 (EU)
Bra size: 32B
Hair color: Lignt brown (dyed red)
Eye color: Gray
Despite all the difficulties, pregnancy is a beautiful time. And, actually, the figure of a pregnant woman is the only objectively ideal figure in the world.
Still, after giving a birth to a child, many women get depressed by their weight gain, because it’s not always easy to get rid of these kilos. This time we want to share with you some tips that Sarah Drew turned to in order to lose baby weight.
Surprisingly, the main point in this impressive weight loss is breastfeeding. Maybe there is something more behind Sarah’s slim figure, but she doesn’t mention it.
By the way, do you believe that breastfeeding can give such result?
Sarah practiced such method twice – after both her pregnancies, and both times the result was great.
In general, the appearance of additional body fat during pregnancy and when it stores after the birth it’s a normal process of the female physiology. “Baby fat” is not a childish protection for the child during the whole pregnancy. A small amount of fat may be accompanied by hormonal changes, while a woman is breastfeeding.
But the reasoning “I have some fat, because I am 36 and I have two children and I have a right” is a petty justification of an adult and they have to be eradicated.
If you want to have fewer problems with excess weight after childbirth, then, of course, Sarah recommends only one thing: put yourself in perfect shape before pregnancy. A stable, natural, long-term form, achieved with the help of correct eating habits and lifestyles, but not due to starvation in the name of harmony that exhausts both mind and body.
If you got such habits, they simply will not allow you to gain weight after childbirth.