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question for the nutritionist
    #3369829 - 11/16/04 06:29 PM (12 years, 24 days ago)

YO! I got a question.. what should i eat to gain weight? i am like 105 lbs, about 5'7' 17 year old male. i got a fast metabolism im told. waht should i eat to gain weight?


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Re: question for the nutritionist [Re: ]
    #3369864 - 11/16/04 06:35 PM (12 years, 24 days ago)

Don't worry about what to eat. Just eat everything you can find. You are malnourished and on the verge of death. Please go make a steak now.


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Re: question for the nutritionist [Re: ]
    #3369983 - 11/16/04 06:56 PM (12 years, 24 days ago)

consider yourself lucky !
I'm constantly on a diet !! my appetite is insatiable (seriously),
I never get satiated. I could become obese in a month if I didn't
actively control my diet.
First of all, u want to gain muscle I'm assuming (unless u're
planning to go Sumo) - since that's the "in" thing.
5ft 7 in and 107 pounds doesn't sound so bad.
Get a basic 3 day a week weight training regime (3-4 sets
a major muscle group, e.g. 3-4 sets of bench presses, wide
grip pull ups, curls or regular pull ups, close grip push ups
or tricep push downs, lateral raises n squats).
Then up your calories by about 300 n if that doesn't help in a month
up em another 200 calories - all through protein preferably or some
percentage by carbs. Meats r good sources of protien as is Skim Milk,
Beans etc, or Whey protien supplements (5 pound containers r
relatively cheap - actually cheaper than food protien-wise i.e. gram
for gram).


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Re: question for the nutritionist [Re: ]
    #3372794 - 11/17/04 05:23 AM (12 years, 23 days ago)

Quote:

17 year old male 



consider yourself banned :smirk:


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