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*~*Mehek*~*

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Posted: 14 July 2007 at 10:41am | IP Logged
I am 15 now, and i am very thin,CryCry what should i do?? I look like12 years old...CryCryCry

Plzz help guys... i realy need ur helpCryCryCry


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Posted: 14 July 2007 at 10:44am | IP Logged
i need dis topic..Smile I am 18 now, and i am also very thin, i look alike 14 Cry Cry Cry plz help someone... Cry Cry

cheri

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Posted: 15 July 2007 at 4:25am | IP Logged
U guys r complaining coz ur thin? Confused LOL ..& i am the one dieing 2 lose weight! LOL

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Posted: 15 July 2007 at 4:48am | IP Logged
lol, you are very lucky to be very thin. But for gaining weight. What you can do i EAT. Butter, Chocolate, rice, Cheese. Also do some exercise for your body. With exercise it will help your body to maintain. If it still doesn't help, you should see your dr and ask ur dr why aren't you gaining weight. if gaining weight is very important to you.

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Posted: 15 July 2007 at 8:54pm | IP Logged

For all you very skinny people out there... This is for you.. Wink Hope it helps. Big smile

How to Gain Weight (The Healthy Way)

    Weight train. Don't completely avoid aerobic exercises. You have to experiment to see how they affect your weight gain. A highly recommended book is Championship Bodybuilding by Chris Aceto. Get more protein. Protein provides the basic building blocks for muscles. It is recommended that you eat one gram of protein for every kg of your body weight . For example, keep your protein between 1-1.5 times your body weight. For example, a 70kg (154lb) person should eat 70g-105g of protein per day. You will not hurt your kidneys by eating this much protein. Unless you have had a kidney removed, your kidneys will not have any problems with this amount. Drink protein shakes. You can also buy protein in powder form. Whey protein is recommended because it is easily absorbed into the body after workouts. Mix it with milk, yogurt, and/or the fruit of your choice. The majority of your protein intake should come from real food, not protein powders. Eat carbs, especially oatmeal and pasta. Add extra olive oil. While your protein intake will be higher than before, you should consume more carbohydrates than protein. Eat smaller portions of food but more often. Whereas before you may have had 3 meals a day, you could have pseudo-meals in between these. As a general rule, eat every 3 hours. Don't wait till dinner to stuff yourself. Spread out your meal amounts evenly. 6-8 meals per day is feasible. Rid yourself of any preconceived notions that dietary fat is unhealthy. Consume as much unsaturated fat as possible (but avoid saturated and particularly trans fat). Move a portion of your calorie intake to later in the night, but at least two hours before bedtime.
  1. Drink near a gallon to a gallon and a half of water per day.


Tips   

    Make your calories count. Don't fill your stomach with "empty" calories such as chips, pretzels and other treats. Instead have some sliced turkey, a handful of peanuts, yogurt, etc. Make every calorie a worthwhile calorie. Note that some other things such as how much sleep you get and how frequently you get it will affect your metabolism. If you keep a regular sleeping pattern your body will have an easier time storing nutrients as muscle. Also, if you deal with ailments/symptoms such as depression or diabetes, they will affect your ability to gain weight. Stay away from fast food! While it will fatten you up, it is usually loaded with harmful trans fat. You should choose foods fried in liquid, non hydrogenated oil. It is equally fattening, and much healthier. You can eat lots of sweet potatoes. During the first month of weight training, expect tremendous gains if you are faithful to your schedule. However also expect this to level off after this initiatory period. After several weeks of the same workouts, alter your workouts to promote muscle confusion and boost gains. Beginner weight trainers are often "afflicted" with DOMS (Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness). This soreness is completely normal and should not prevent one from keeping to their weight training schedule. It goes away after a couple days. You still need to exercise regularly, as the body will need to adjust to the extra weight, or you will feel tired and out of breath with little or no exertion. You still need to eat healthy if you want to stay healthy. Too much junk food will make you feel tired and depressed, and take away your energy.
  • Most livestock are given a variety of growth hormones, and their bodies naturally contain a lot of protein. Eating a lot of meat will help you gain weight.


Warnings   

    Protein, when used as a source of energy also costs a lot of energy to convert into usable energy. Avoid salty and greasy foods. Avoid trans-fats If you use large amounts of carbohydrate, be careful about your blood sugar. Be ready for some funny looks, reactions, and possible "interrogation" if you tell people you're trying to gain weight. Extremely fast weight gain will cause stretch marks and other skin damage.
  • Many growth hormones have been linked to cancer and other diseases. Discontinue eating large amounts of meat when you have bulked up to your desired weight.

http://www.wikihow.com/Gain-Weight

mesmerized

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Posted: 16 July 2007 at 6:27am | IP Logged

Originally posted by cheri

U guys r complaining coz ur thin? Confused LOL ..& i am the one dieing 2 lose weight! LOL

LOLLOL

am finking da same fink !!!

well if i was as lucky enough to be underweight i wud eat whatever i want whenever i wanted but at the same time try to be active as u hve to remeber the reason u mite be underweight now is dt u hve a fast metabolism but if u eat too much dt fat wud be stored as fat in ur body n get released in later lyf when u cud put on weight very badly n find it very hard to lose  

*~*Mehek*~*

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Posted: 16 July 2007 at 3:04pm | IP Logged
Thanks to everyone Smile Smile Smile

If u have more, plz post them here Smile Smile

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Posted: 19 July 2007 at 11:24am | IP Logged
its ur growing age as u will get older u will gain weight but watch ur self if u are thin its ok but if u are thick its hard to loose weight eat good walk daily and it will not affect ur health Embarrassed

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