How to gain my weight?
November 4, 2008 4:37am CST
My weight is somewhat lighter than normal.I want to gain my weight and I don't eat much.My appetite is not very strong at the time of meal.I think I don't have a health problem.How can I gain my weight?Can you give me some suggestion,my dear friends?Thanks..
1 person likes this
4 Nov 08
Hi! I have a friend who really wanted to gain weight as well since he is a tall guy but he's really slim so he likes to even it out. What he did is to eat lots and lots of rice per meal and then drink a Drink supplement. Im just not sure what brand of the supplement that he used but I think he drinks it every breakfast. It was quite effective since he really did gain his weight. But since we are all busy with school he kinda stopped taking the supplement and just eat rice in normal servings. Goodluck to you.
4 Nov 08
WOW,good information to me.I strongly want to know which brand of the supplement your friends drink.If you know in the future,plz msg me.Thanks for your response.And how can your friend gain his eating,I can hardly do this,just you want and the eating will gain?
12 Nov 08
Hey, how are you? Sorry this took so long, had a bit of technical problem. I dont really know the brand and I havent seen or heard from that friend of mine. Think he's a bit busy with schoolwork. You shouldnt really force yourself to eat more if you just cant. Maybe try adding a few spoonfuls of food than you would normally have even if you are already full. I find that if the viand or the meal is tasty or its one of my favorites Id end up eating more than I should.
4 Nov 08
Eat a lot of healthy foods if you want to gain weight, but you will need exercise to have muscles. [i]Tools to Help You Gain Weight Start with this Calorie and Nutrition Guide to find out how many calories you will need to reach the weight you desire. Use a food diary to track your calorie intake to be sure you are getting all of the calories and foods that you need. You can also use an online program such as Calorie Count Plus to track your calorie intake, your exercise and your changes in weight. Calorie Count Plus has a large data base of nutrition information for almost any food you like to eat. Add healthy calories to breakfast with an extra slice of whole-grain toast and peanut butter. Mid-morning and afternoon snacks should be nutritious, not junk. Trail mixes contain healthy nuts, dried fruits and can add healthy calories to your diet. Don't add calories to your meals by choosing unhealthy fried foods such as french fries, chicken nuggets and fish sticks. Choose healthy foods such as baked potatoes, baked chicken and fish, just make your portions a bit bigger. Keep your meals balanced. One meal should have a healthy protein source such as fish, low fat meat, chicken or legumes plus two or three servings of vegetables. Green vegetables add lots of vitamins and phytonutrients while starchy potatoes and corn add extra calories. Drink healthy beverages such as milk and fruit juices to add calories. Don't choose sugary sodas, which only add calories and no nutrition. Design a weight training program with help from About.com's exercise site and our weight training site.[nutrition.about.com][/i] I hope this helps.