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    Hi guys. I'm 17 and I have one big problem. I can eat anything at anytime but my weight is always around 60kg/132 pounds.
    Help me cause I don't want to be that skinny. Any ideas for solving this problem? Please write them down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doctor2david View Post
    Hi guys. I'm 17 and I have one big problem. I can eat anything at anytime but my weight is always around 60kg/132 pounds.
    Help me cause I don't want to be that skinny. Any ideas for solving this problem? Please write them down.
    In order to put body weight on, you have to eat more calories than your body expends,
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    Thank you. Do you have any tips which food to eat the most?

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    Quote Originally Posted by doctor2david View Post
    Thank you. Do you have any tips which food to eat the most?
    all food and all of it

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    You need to know few basics, stick to these.
    Go to google and search " TDEE CALCULATOR "
    This calculator calculates the amount of calories you need in a day.
    With your routine and goal, adjust how many " more " calories can you consume in a day.
    Remember these -
    One pound of fat = 3500kcals
    One pound of muscle = 700kcals
    Although muscle needs smaller number of calories but body takes time when it comes to using calories for building muscles so,
    To put on some weight, you need to consume 3000 more calories than you maintainance calories ( which you can calculate from tdee calculator ).
    To add 1 kg in a week, you need 7700kcalls extra in a week than you normally consume.

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    And yeah which foods
    Consider fries and buns and pasta if you just wanna gain weight without worrying so much about the fat.
    If you want somewhat good weight than go for banana, shakes
    If lean muslce mass than meats and eggs

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    Eat more calories than your body burns. How much depends on your metabolism and activity levels. But if youíre not gaining weight, youíre not eating enough.

    Eat More Meals. Small meals are easier to eat than big ones. They donít make you feel stuffed. Wake up earlier, eat breakfast, and then eat 3-4 more meals a day.

    Eat Caloric Dense Foods. Food high in carbs and/or fats has more calories per serving. It takes less eating to create a caloric surplus. Bulk on pasta, dried fruits, nuts, etc.

    Eat More Protein. Your muscles need protein to recover from your workouts and grow bigger. Eat a whole source of protein with each meal Ė meat, chicken, fish, eggs, etc

 

 

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