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Gain Weight: 5 Easy and Healthy Tips to Follow

Updated on November 28, 2017
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Gain Weight Fast and Effectively

Most of us ask for ideas on how to lose weight, but some are in fact trying to load up on pounds, and it’s not relatively easy as it may seem. There are people who were forced to gain weight because of their job, and they tell you about how amazing it was to eat pints of ice cream, salads, bread, cheeseburgers, and donuts. That would be one way to gain weight, but it’s not the most effective way.

In some cases, people dropped some weight due to dental surgery, a digestive disorder, stress, or health issues, and are trying to get back to a healthy body-weight. In most of these situations, the intention is to gain weight at the same time optimizing your overall health, and there’s a system to it. After all, the old saying, “You are what you eat” is undoubtedly true - essential nutrients from the food you eat are actually the raw elements your system needs to produce new cells. A fat-filled diet lacking nutrients doesn't give your body a good deal to work with - it’s similar to building a house using cardboard and tape and not on bricks and cement. To put it differently, it’s not simply about calories.

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1. Eat Every Four Hours

Your body needs a constant source of energy mainly because it’s comparable to an engine that’s always on (your heart is continuously beating, blood is circulating, your brain and muscles are functioning as well). If you go without meals, you starve your body of its fuel source to keep going. The effect is a drop in your energy supply, which usually includes muscle mass. The most effective way to prevent your body to lose muscle tissue is to eat regular meals, separated three to five hours apart. If you’re planning to gain muscle mass, meal timing is very important. Oftentimes people eat the whole the time but once they actually start keeping a food diary they learn just how improper their meal routines are. Consistency is significant.

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2. Eat Different Foods at Once

Be sure you include at least three food groups. Other than a few nuts and banana slices, top several pieces of whole grain toast with almond butter and banana slices, combined with a glass of natural skim milk or a milk substitute. A wider variety gives you your body with a greater combination of nourishment to operate the whole day.

3. Eat Healthy but Nutrient-loaded Meals

The proper way to gain extra nutrients without the need to eat larger servings of food or resort to unhealthy food is to choose nutrient-packed foods that give you loads of carbohydrates, protein or fat into a small serving. Dried fruit is the best example. With water taken out, the serving shrinks by about 75 percent, thus a cup of grapes becomes a quarter cup of raisins. Make certain that you buy dried fruits that have no added sugar or artificial additives. For another nourishing, energy-packed snack, mix oatmeal, dark chocolate chips and chopped dried fruit into almond butter - serve portions about the diameter of a quarter, make them into small balls, wrap in wax paper, and snack on them during the day.

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4. Include Nourishing Fruit Juices

Refreshments aren't as filling as solid food, so when you’re planning to gain weight, they have the ability to add nutrients without making you feel packed or bloated. Healthy choices are 100% fruit juices, fat-free organic milk or milk substitutes, and smoothies. Smoothies are excellent because you can boost them with all sorts of fruits and powdered stuff like wheat germ, banana slices, nut butter, apple juice, and protein powder.

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5. Eat Properly Before Going to Sleep

A great deal of our recovery, repair, and recharging happens while we sleep. Our body turns into a crowded avenue of cells generating new muscles and tissues, so eating the right snack before going to sleep guarantees a new supply of important nutrients readily available to be used by your body. A really good option that won't keep you feeling full at night is to eat a small bowl of pasta salad having 100% whole-grain pasta, vinaigrette made with extra-virgin organic olive oil, chopped or shredded leafy greens, and a healthy protein including legumes, chicken breast or an organic crumbled cheese.
These tips summarize the best 'what, why, how much, and when' to boost a healthy body.

These tips summarizes the best 'what, why, how much, and when' to boost a healthy body.

Nutrition Is Important to Gain Weight Fast

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    • ThoughtsWriter profile image

      ThoughtsWriter 

      5 years ago from America

      I need to try some of these, especially the one about eating properly before bed.

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      Daniel Long 

      5 years ago from All Over

      Good advice. Thank you.

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