You can definitely add pounds in a healthy manner. I’m glad that you are looking for the right way to gain weight, as most of the time when people don’t want to lose weight, they will just stop paying attention to their diet and bad weight gain turns-up.Just as there are healthy ways to lose weight, also there are healthy ways to gain weight and I would like to tell you that loading up on simple carbs and high-sugar, high-fat foods is not the decent way to do it.
I would define healthy weight gain as weight that primarily comes from muscle. Adding a little muscle to your body will not just increase your weight, it will improve your life. Building and maintaining muscle is a key strategy for fighting the aging process, in addition to giving you the look that most men and women strive for.
You may need to gain or regain weight if:
There’s a lot of focus in the medical world on the health effects of being overweight, but what about the effects of being underweight? There are certain health risks associated with being underweight or having poor nutrition.If you are underweight then you are at risk of developing a range of weight related conditions as mentioned:
Iron deficiency anaemia is caused by a lack of red blood cells because the body does not have enough iron to produce them. This makes it very difficult for your body to carry oxygen, usually resulting in tiredness and fatigue.
If a person is not consuming enough calories and is underweight, their body will begin to conserve energy by adjusting its normal process and slowing the heartbeat. A slower heartbeat can cause the blood pressure to lower, which over a prolonged period of time can damage the heart.
Women who are underweight may have irregular periods or may stop regular menstruation altogether. When menstruation ceases this is known as amenorrhoea, which is a sign that the body's calorie intake is not high enough to maintain optimum function.
For those who need togain weight can lead to overall better health and functionality. Here are some guidelines on what we work for gaining muscle or bone mass in a smart and healthful way:
Genetics plays a major role in physical build and musculature. If you are thin but healthy, take a close look at your parents and siblings. The human body can change to a limited extent through weight training and increased food intake, but drastic changes to body shape usually are not healthful or sustainable. People who are trying to regain weight after illness or surgery usually can gain weight more easily than someone who is naturally thin.
Just as there are products marketed for quick weight loss, there also are products marketed for "Marvellous" weight gain.If it sounds too good to be true, it probably won't work. Skip expensive supplements and save your money for delicious nutrient-rich foods which can change your eating habits to a more vulnerable and healthier ones.
The key to healthy weight gain is to choose nutrient-rich foods as often as possible. Consuming more empty-calorie foods such as soft drinks, candy and chips is not a successful way to build muscle, strengthen bones or repair tissue after surgery. For smart weight gain, you need the nutrient power of all the food groups.
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