How To Put On Weight Naturally

Gaining weight isn’t necessarily a bad thing! What to eat, how to eat it and when to eat it?

– EAT YOUR CARBS!
A good idea for carb intake for those who need to gain weight is to eat bagels, they have extra calorie dense and a good source of complex carbohydrates.

GO NUTS WITH GRANOLA
One bowl contains around 500 calories, which is healthy as well as a delicious option for breakfast, It’s also loaded with nuts and oats which are great for our bodies.

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MEALS
– Eggs: protein, vitamins A,D, E and good cholesterol
– salmon and tuna: full of good fatty acids.
– baked acorn squash

MORNING SNACKS
-protein shakes
-whole wheat or multi grain bread,soy sticks with hummus or peanut butter

EVENING SNACKS
-snacks that have a fair amount of calories, but also a lot of nutritional value.
-protein shakes
-Peanut butter
-pistachios
-salsa dips and chutneys as they are high on fiber
-roasted channa

All of the above help you lower risk of heart disease

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4 RULES TO FOLLOW

1. HIT THE GYM
Weight training help you’re body gain muscle weight consume a good source of protein after a workout, this will help build muscle.

2. FOOD GROUPS
Make sure all of your food groups are present in every meal, even if you are trying to gain weight, the healthy way. Is to eat proper healthy meals just adding extra of it.

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3. ADD ABOUT 500 CALORIES DAILY TO YOUR DIET
Eat 3 solid meals daily, along with 2 to 3 large snacks daily. Drink milk, juice and shakes with your meals or in between to add extra calories.

4. AVOID UNHEALTHY FOODS
Trans fat snacks, these are called the “empty calories” they fill you in but not for long and don’t do any good to our bodies and they are loaded with unhealthy nutritional facts.

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