Diet While Recovering From The Tummy Tuck
Achieving a flat tummy is a dream for most people. It involves a lot of hard work in doing workouts and following a healthy diet. For some who are overweight, this is still a possibility. There is no procedure that will instantly remove the bulging tummy, so the excess weight is first removed through healthy diet and proper exercise. After such time, the fat will melt away, and only excess skin and a few stubborn fat pockets remain. This is where the tummy tuck procedure can help.
The tummy tuck procedure will surgically remove the excess skin and fat around the abdominal area. The belly button will be repositioned upwards, and the split muscles underneath can be sutured. This results into a flatter and tighter tummy. During the recovery period, it is important that you know what things you should do in order to care for your body well. You should also take note of what things you should and should not eat to make your body heal more efficiently.
The recovery from a tummy tuck procedure can be uncomfortable, especially during the first few days when you are expected to hunchback so that the skin on your tummy doesn’t stretch but, rather, heal tightly. Aside from that, you should also first start to eat food that are low in salt. Choosing a low sodium diet helps in reducing the amount of swelling observed during the recovery period. Although there can still be swelling, having this kind of diet won’t add to that and, thus, won’t make you feel more uncomfortable.
After a week, you can now go back to the usual food you eat, but it would still be best to minimize your sodium intake. Apart from this, you should also make sure that you drink plenty of water to hydrate yourself properly. During the next weeks, you can eat whatever you like, but make sure that you consume healthy food and avoid junk food. Healthy food will nourish your body properly so that it can heal well. Eating the right food in the right amount will also prevent you from having an enlarged tummy. A balanced diet is the key to maintaining the flat tummy that you already have.
Once you are fully recovered, you can combine your healthy diet with an exercise routine to make sure your flat tummy doesn’t grow big again. During the first few weeks, it is advisable to just to walk around and be mobile, but avoid doing workouts because the wound is still fresh. Stretching the wound would only lead to developing thicker or larger scars. You have to wait until you are fully healed to gradually get back to your normal exercise routines. It is certainly possible to maintain the flat stomach that you got from a tummy tuck procedure if you are disciplined about eating healthy and working out. The results you see after the surgery can further motivate you to continue with the positive change that you have made to your life.
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