I am 18 years old girl, having 39 kg weight and a skinny body just looking like a 8th class student yet i'm going to start graduation. How I can gain weight as soon as possible and get a healthy look instead of being skinny.
If you have a fast metabolism and you want to bulk up, changing the way you eat and exercise can help you gain weight more quickly. While you can always gain weight by eating junk food and getting little exercise, the healthier way to do it is by eating plenty of nutrient-rich food and weight training to build up your muscle mass. It’s not going to happen overnight, but if you start right away you’ll see results within a few weeks.
Eat more than three meals a day. If you naturally have a really fast metabolism, eating three meals a day,
Eating this much can take a lot of effort, since you need to stock up on enough food to feed yourself more often. Pack calorie-rich snacks you can eat on the go, like bananas and peanut butter or dense granola bars.
Eat plenty of calories at every meal. Eating five small, low-calorie meals isn’t going to cut it; they’ve got to be big and rich in calories. Load up on a restaurant-sized meal each time, with big portions of meat, vegetables, and a carbohydrate. Eating this much might not exactly feel comfortable, but it’s the best way to gain weight fast.
• A large enough breakfast might consist of a three-egg omelet, two slices of bacon or sausage, a cup of roasted breakfast potatoes and a glass of orange juice.
• For lunch, try a fully dressed turkey club on whole wheat bread, two bananas, and a salad.
• Dinner could be a grilled steak, loaded baked potato and a few cups of grilled veggies.
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