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 i m 23/m n i m gainig weight day by day so i want to become normal n want to know ""DAILY DEITE PROCEDURE..
i m 23/m n i m gainig weight day by day so i want to become normal n want to know ""DAILY DEITE PROCEDURE..SO PLS REPLY MY DAILY RAUTINE OF FOOD SO THAT I BECUM NOIRMAL...

 Any one in diet land on weight watchers. Help Please?
I am at work and I forgot my slider I think I could guess I just want to be sure I need to know the point count for something that is 160 calories 0 fat and 0 fiber....

 I need to lose 60lbs in one year to join the airforce. Any tips that would help me shed the weight?
I am 17, I weigh 230 and I need to get down to 170 to join the airforce. I need some answers to how I can do that....

 am i overweight?
I am 14 years old 5'3" and 123 lb's ..most of the weight is in my thighs and i hate it..my stomach is thin but i feel fat...am i overweight?...

 Has anyone ever used Advocare?
I've been seeing a lot about this product and need to drop some weight, preferably as quickly as possible...and have heard good things about this product. What are your experiences? Sure...I'...

 i am working in a call center for more than 2 years and the next day i feel very tired... how to overcome that
Hi, i am working in an international call center for more than 2 years and i am in the graveyard shift. so the next whole day i feel very tired and also very sick. At the same time i am pursuing my ...

is it really that bad to be bulimic or anorexic..i've been both n at first i was really skinny and now i started to eat regularly again & i'm average..what are the dangers of crash ...

 Basketball Workout?
How can I workout of for basketball with a limited amount of equipement? I want to work on vertical jumping, endurance, and shooting and I have two dumbells, a basketball, basket, and thats pretty ...

 Should the 1200 - 1500 daily caloric intake include calories worked off??
ex. diet- 1235 calories treadmwill workout 600 calories total daily calories 635??...

 what motivates YOU to get off your A$$ and workout?

 Are you supposed to take creatine before or after you lift.?

 Do you like Apple Cider?
I drink it almost everyday is that bad i drink at least 3 glasses of it. A day. Also do you like apple cider....

 How do u lose 2-5lbs. fast?

 How many miles and days to I have to run to lose 2-6lbs.?

 What's the difference between "dry" carbohydrates and "wet" carbohydrates?

 what is the best way to lose weight"?

 So...what's your take? Are fruit snacks considered to be "Candy?" What about Life Saver Mints?
My sister has been promised $100 if she doesn't eat candy for 3 months...we're trying to decide what is "Candy" and what's not....

 why do big people laught at others.?
I wasnt saying that happened to me.I was just saying i notice that to other ...

 Does eating complex carbohydrates decrease high density lipoproteins?

 the best supplement?
i've been taking no2 It works, I want something to help me gain weight plus muscle what should I take?...

Any women out there actually trying to gain weight?? What's working for you?
I'm serious and DO NOT want any silly people to respond, there's a bunch of wise a$$es out there! Anyway, I've been trying for a while and found that some of the gain shakes work, but you have to keep drinking them. I don't eat alot (just not always hungry), so It's necessary for me to drink those shakes. There's so much help for ppl who want to lose and not much for us. What's working for you (besides eating alot) and have you gained alot from doing it?

Hi there, I am doing the same thing at the moment, and looking possibly to get involved in a group more actively to help me stay motivated (having someone around who's working towards the same goals is always good!): http://groups.yahoo.com/group/healthyweightgain/ There is a calculator on there that will tell you how many calories that you're going to be needing to put on weight. It's not easy, and if you're like me, you'll find it hard to eat more, but splitting up meals throughout the day, and planning ahead is a good idea. A really good website to track your progress nutrition wise is: www.fitday.com It's not a good idea to eat stupid amounts of food, and put on weight too quickly. Any body change is best done gradually. Know what you want to be (within reason - every body has limits), but you know what looks healthy and doesn't, and if in doubt, check your BMI out for a rough guide. I myself weigh about 117 lbs, and I'm really slim. Being a boy, I think I look a bit scrawny, though I am an athletic person. best of luck! A good place to start with anything like this is to find like-minded people. remember: "Like attracts like"

i am on a weight gain diet n work out regiem... eat a lot... green leafy vegeis n drink a lotta fresh fruit juices n have a lotta non veg stuff... have dry fruits n milk in diff forms like yogurt n cream basically u gotta eat all d stuff ppl who r tryin to lose weight dun eat

I'm forever trying to gain weight myself! Stop obsessing about it though! Weight gain is something that isn't easy to do and you probably know this already. I know first hand because it is something I have to do every day. I am an ectomorph by genetics, which is the "skinny body type" and the one with the fast metabolism which makes gaining so hard for girls like me. There is one thing that is important when it comes to how to gain weight, and that is your diet. So, to put it as simply as possible, there are 5 simple steps to how to gain weight, and here they are: 1) Count how many calories you eat in a normal day. Don't change anything, just eat like you normally would and count how many calories you consumed. This is an extremely important step, so try to be as exact as possible. Also, weigh yourself. 2) Starting the day after you counted calories, eat 500 calories MORE then you normally do. So, lets pretend that the day you counted calories you counted 2000. For the rest of the week, you would now eat 2500 calories a day. Instead of eating 3 big meals a day or eating all day all the time, spread those calories out over 5-6 smaller meals. Eat one meal every 2 and a half to 3 hours. To get big, you have to eat big! Remember that. 3) Weightlifting! Get in the gym and lift! This is another important step to how to gain weight, so make sure you are doing it correctly. For more information on weightlifting workout routines and splits, read the workout routines and splits section. 4) At the end of that week, weigh yourself. You'll notice you're gaining just after one week! Now, don't expect to see a 10lb increase. Gaining anymore then 1 or 2 pounds a week is unhealthy and means you're putting on way to much fat. So look for 1 or 2 pound gains at the end of the week. Don't sound like much? You can be gaining 5-8 pounds a month! 5) Heres an important one. At some point, you will stop seeing weight gain. At this point, you will have to eat even more. So, when you stop gaining for at least 2 weeks, it means it is time to start eating an extra 250 calories a day. Every time you see you haven't gained weight for at least 2 weeks, add an extra 250 calories. More tips for how to gain weight (extremely important!) - Stay away from bad fat! Even though weight gain is your goal, you don't want to be gaining fat and eating junk. Get rid of the chips and candy. No more fast food, nothing fried. Stick to high protein, low (saturated) fat foods like tuna fish (and other seafood), chicken breast, turkey, lean meats, rice, pasta, fruits and vegetables, nuts, flax seed oil, etc. (For more information, go here: Diet Plans And Diets) - Track your progress! Weighing yourself once a week is extremely important, but so is figuring out if the weight you are gaining is muscle or fat. In order to know this information, you need to also track your body fat percentage! - WATER! Drink water! Drink around a half gallon a day, more if you can. Yes that's a lot of water, but it's that water that will give you the energy you need to gain that weight! - Sleep! YES! Sleep! The easiest, yet most over looked step. Get at least 8 hours of sleep a night. You're gonna need it!

Protein shakes, lots of vitamins, eat late at night as well, right before bed time so your body isn't active and it will put on the pounds quick! Fresh fruit smoothies, on average have about 1000 calories in them. Try that too!

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