How do I repair my skinny arms. How do I gain weight and put some body mass? My weight is 45 and I am underweight. Even taking proteins has not helped. Is there any solution or I will remain skinny for lifetime. I need a sure solution. Please help!
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You need to increase your calorie intake by increasing
your carbohydrates & protein intake. You can have parathas, cheese
sandwiches in your breakfast. Increase 1 chapati more in your lunch &
dinner. Add rice in your lunch. Include vegetables, dal, salad ,curd in
your daily meals. You can have milkshakes, cookies fruits in between your
meals. Add sweet dish. Eat every 2-3 hours.
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yes.. If you follow these you will surely put on 2kgs in 10 days...
Here are some tips to follow,
*daily in the morning in empty stomach have a glass of cold water mix with half spoon of honey and few drops of lime juice.
*you can add milk, ghee, butter, lassi and curd in your daily food.
*also add dry fruits and nuts in your food.
*have a sweet daily.
*sleep well in night and also in day time.
*you can also add bakery foods and jam.
*you should be a lover of chocolates and icecreams.
*weekly once have a cakes, pizza and burgers.
There are a number of homeopathic medicines, which treat the root cause behind the body’s inability to gain weight or bulk up. there are the best weight gain homeopathic medicines that will increase your appetite and give your metabolism a healthy boost:like alfalfa,ars ,aloe soc,chin ars,lyco, calc phos, etc to select correct medicine for you I need few details..
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