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  1. #11
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    I just noticed your post. I'm a nutrition major, so I have a few tips for you. The tip about using olive oil is smart. It's a "good" fat and is easy to cook with...vegeables, meat, anything really. Also, another food that's healthy but has good fat in it are avocados. One avocado is about 26 g. of fat, but it's good fat that won't clog your arteries, unless of course you start eating several a day, but a couple would be good for you. Natural peanut butter also is a good solution, as well as nuts like walnuts, pecans, etc. Something like nuts you can eat in between meals because if you're looking to gain weight you need to be snacking. Instead of just drinking a glass of milk, make a milkshake. Add extra dressing to your salads. Hope this helps!

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  3. #12
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    1. Don't drink water before meals. This can fill your stomach and make it harder to get in enough calories.
    2. Eat more often. Squeeze in an additional meal or snack whenever you can, such as before bed.
    3. Drink milk. Drinking whole milk to quench thirst is a simple way to get in more high-quality protein and calories.
    4.Try weight gainer shakes. If you’re really struggling then you can try weight gainer shakes. These are very high in protein, carbs and calories.
    5. Use bigger plates. Definitely use large plates if you’re trying to get in more calories, as smaller plates cause people to automatically eat less.
    6. Add cream to your coffee. This is a simple way to add in more calories.
    7. Take creatine. The muscle building supplement creatine monohydrate can help you gain a few pounds in muscle weight.
    8. Get quality sleep. Sleeping properly is very important for muscle growth.
    9. Eat your protein first and vegetables last. If you have a mix of foods on your plate, eat the calorie-dense and protein-rich foods first. Eat the vegetables last.
    10. Don't smoke. Smokers tend to weigh less than non-smokers, and quitting smoking often leads to weight gain.

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  5. #14
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    You need to eat a lot of food but you should organise your regime and schedule and go to the Gym

  6. #15
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    Nov 2019
    Quote Originally Posted by SweetPadee View Post
    Oh when I saw this I was happy!

    I have had the same problem since high school. Unfortunately I am now 24 years old and am still struggling to keep the weight on... I am 5' 3" and barely 105 pounds, and this is good for me, seeing as how I was 92 three years ago. I realize that I do have a high metabolism and that it will eventually slow down as I get older.

    But for the mean time, I have found a couple of things that work for me. Make sure that you eat high "healthy fat" content foods like avocado, nuts, peanut butter, things like that. I found a couple of years ago that if I at least eat avocado once a day, I significantly gain weight. Also make sure that you eat protein every day like meats and poultry. Make sure that you find time to eat at least three times a day, I eat smaller portions at least five times a day. The people at my work understand my dilemma so the allow me to eat whenever I can. Exercise really does help, I don't get a lot of it myself but I do go to school on a very hilly campus which makes great exercise when I'm going to class. When you exercise, your muscles grow and are able to store more nutrients and thus you gain weight.

    I understand that you are on a budget with time and money, I am myself, but I find that I need to sacrifice some things in order to keep myself at a healthy weight, which is most important not only now but in the long run.

    I hope this helps!
    That's sound advice! I also had problems, and looked even anorexic, I consulted many doctors and got tested, it turned out that I have liver problems
    I took medication and what was even more helpful sat on a balanced diet (you can google it) - fats, proteins, carbohydrates, fiber, fructose ect. and it wasn't too expensive, but I must admit it's time consuming

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