Trying to put on some healthy weight.

Old 03-16-2021, 01:47 PM
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Iím a bit smaller, M21 5í6Ē 120 lbs. Iíve never really been happy with my body and I hate skinny jokes and stuff because they lowkey hurt me. I wanna put on some serious weight but I donít wanna do that by eating oreos, potato chips, ice cream and other junk. I was wondering if anyone knew some good snacks I could be eating that arenít terrible for my health in the long run. I have a lot of trouble getting my calorie surplus without ďsnacksĒ. Thanks
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Old 03-16-2021, 06:33 PM
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I know a long time ago when people wanted to gain wait they would GO MAD. Gallon Of Milk A Day
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Old 04-28-2022, 01:09 PM
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Weight gain is not the same for everyone. I was underweight when I was a teenager. Sometimes a regular diet is not the solution. Then I argued with my doctor about my health issues. He suggested some exercise and diet tips. If you want to gain weight then you can also try this.
  • Build more muscle. Both cardio and weight training are important for overall health, but weight training is an absolute must when you want to build more muscle.
  • Eat frequent meals.
  • Enjoy high calorie foods.
  • Use more condiments.
  • Try shakes and supplements.
  • Don't fill up on water.
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