How To Gain Weight

                                                   How To Gain Weight


Weightlifting and circuit training can increase your muscle mass, which can lead to increased weight. Although you can do any exercise you want, avoid long-distance running because they burn a lot of calories.


When it comes to eating protein to gain weight, eat protein as per your body weight. So if you weigh 160 pounds, you want to eat about 160 grams of protein a day. Get this gram of protein from healthy sources, such as grass-fed beef, wild salmon, chickens, organic turkeys and whole eggs. High quality protein powders can also help you reach your daily protein goals. I recommend using high quality Whey Protein of any brand.


Mango plays an important role in weight gain. There is no need to eat mango all year. However, if you only eat fruits during the mango season, you can gain weight. Mango contains a sufficient amount of carbohydrates, sugars and proteins that all help to increase body mass.


Soak seven almonds in the water overnight. Peel in the morning and grind until you get a paste. Mix 30 g. Add the butter and seasoning with sugar. Spread it on the bread and eat it with 250 ml milk. Continue do this for six months. Not only you gain weight, but also sharpen your brain.


White eggs are one of the best sources of vitamin A, D and E and contribute to the accumulation of good cholesterol. Filled with nutrients, eggs are high in calories and help produce positive mass in the body. Inexpensive and readily available, you can eat eggs regularly without any side effects.

Eat healthy fats

 Choose unsaturated fats. You will find them in walnuts, avocados, olives and "fat" fish. Add extra olive oil to your pasta dish.


In general, our daily diet does not contain enough fiber. Fiber is of utmost importance for food to travel well in the digestive tract. Since bananas are a high source of fiber, stool improves considerably. The consumption of some bananas is much better than laxatives for treating constipation. Bananas are also rich in FOS (fructo oligo saccharides), which provide the beneficial bacteria that live in our digestive tract. This bacterium is known to effectively absorb all nutrients.

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