Weight Gain
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I am a freak


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That i discoverd this website today. I did not believe it when i saw there was actual information to GAIN weight instead of lose. I have been trying to put on weight since i was 12 years old, and only gained when i grew in height. I am 5'8 113 pounds. I am excited to try the recommended calorie intake and beat this abnormal body weight! Does anyone have any recipies that can help?

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Do ya like mac and cheese? http://www.calorie-count.com/recipe/106438.ht ml

515 cals a cup.:]

Try tons of peanut butter for snacking with fruit or crackers. I would add handfuls of nuts in daily. How about weight gainer shakes made with ice cream or milk? You could also try guac or avocado to add to sandwiches with full fat condiments!

oh yeah, have milkshakes, add peanut butter to like everything, add maple syrup to your oatmeal, chips are light and have a lot of calories, add soy protein and nuts to smoothies, the powder adds 110 calories w/out you tasting a thing!!!!hope i helped!!

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thanks a lot for your suggestions. I will definitly be trying all of them :)

first of all thank you i saw the 11:11 thank you.

achapoka
May 27 2008 11:11

well, ill tell you something im very slim, and something is helping me, its called..

ENSURE PLUS

drink 1 after every meal, dont exceed 3 per day.

it will help you! i swear.

greetings!

Jorge Rivera.

I'm so jealous that you get to follow this advice :)

To put on weight in a completely healthy way, I would recommend avocados, nuts, peanut butter, 2% or whole milk, full fat yogurt made with whole milk, granola, raisins, dried fruit, adding butter and olive oil to cooking, regularly indulging in dark chocolate, whole eggs with cheese, regular cheese in general (I really really like gourmet cheeses but have had to steer clear of them), whole grain cereals, etc.

Even though you are trying to gain weight I would still try and avoid fast foods, fried foods, and stick to really good high cal options. You don't want to screw up your heart.

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