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    Weight Gaining

    Does anyone have a diet plan for Gaining Weight!!Not bad weight,I need it for football.

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    Lots of slow burning carbs such as whole wheat products and cereals, also eat boiled or baked chicken. Fish is also a very healthy option.

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    thanks...

    thanks, that helped me a lot!
    regards,
    chantal

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    Just remember this, there is no such thing as a high metabolism for those out there who "can't gain weight". EAT MORE - no way around it...just eat.

    Good foods to put on weight healthily are things such as,
    - whole wheat and whole grain products (waffles, bread, cereal, etc.)
    - fish
    - beef
    - pasta
    - natural style peanut butter
    - nuts
    - raisins
    - chicken
    - potatoes
    - eggs (egg whites are better) **too many eggs are bad for you cholesterol

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    You probably missed oats off the list - another relatively high protein, high fibre, good carb food source. Unsalted peanuts and seeds e.g. sesame or pumpkin seeds are good for snacking on - high protein though quite high fat (don't get caught up on this, plant fat is mostly "good" fat and fat is an essential part of the diet - but don't go crazy!)

    Egg yolks contain all the good bits - nearly half the protein and virtually all the vitamins and minerals in an egg is in the yolk! Unless you're eating lots of eggs each day there's nothing wrong with eating the yolks as well as the whites. If you exercise regularly and eat a balanced diet you don't need to worry about cholesterol ([url]http://www.cholesterol-and-health.com/Egg_Yolk.html[/url])

    Some folk seem to think it's healthy to bulk up by eating lots and lots of the same thing (e.g. a dozen egg whites a day or four cans of tuna a day or a kilo of oats or something). This has got to be unhealthy really - too much of ANYTHING is bad for you. A healthy balanced diet is the way forward, eat lots of different types of protein, lots of different types of carbs, plenty of different fruit and veg etc. (Each type of food has a slightly different nutrient profile to each other so by only eating a limited diet you'll miss out on important nutrients). Besides, variety tastes better and there's no point eating anything if you're not enjoying it.

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    diet

    To gain all the good weight you need follow this diet it worked for me!!

    Breakfast
    -5 wheat bix
    -3 whole eggs

    Brunch
    -2 peanut butter + jam sandwiches
    -2 scoops of protein

    Lunch
    -250g of Tuna/ Chicken or Lean red meat
    -1 cup of brown rice or 4 slices of bread
    -Green salad or Green veges

    1 Hr before workout
    -1 apple
    -1 scoop of protein

    After workout
    -2 scoops of protein
    -sugar drink

    Dinner
    -250g of Tuna/ Chicken or Lean red meat
    -1 potato or sweet potato
    -Green salad or Green veges

    Before bed
    -1 Scoop of night time protein

    LEAN RED MEAT= Steak, Rump, etc
    GREEN SALAD= lettuce, cucumber, tomato
    GREEN VEGES= broccoli, beans, Brussel sprouts

    SUGAR DRINK
    -5g creatine
    -5g BCAA
    -5g Glutamine
    - 1 scoop dextrose
    - 1 scoop gatorade

    It takes a bit to eat that much at the start and you have to be committed.. but in the end you will see results.

    good luck!!
    Matt

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    Eat quantity & eat quality.
    Quote Originally Posted by Matt gee View Post
    It takes a bit to eat that much at the start and you have to be committed.. but in the end you will see results.
    ^ That's the truth. It's hard to reverse the conditioning that most people have before weight lifting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt gee View Post
    To gain all the good weight you need follow this diet it worked for me!!

    Breakfast
    -5 wheat bix
    -3 whole eggs

    Brunch
    -2 peanut butter + jam sandwiches
    -2 scoops of protein

    Lunch
    -250g of Tuna/ Chicken or Lean red meat
    -1 cup of brown rice or 4 slices of bread
    -Green salad or Green veges

    1 Hr before workout
    -1 apple
    -1 scoop of protein

    After workout
    -2 scoops of protein
    -sugar drink

    Dinner
    -250g of Tuna/ Chicken or Lean red meat
    -1 potato or sweet potato
    -Green salad or Green veges

    Before bed
    -1 Scoop of night time protein

    LEAN RED MEAT= Steak, Rump, etc
    GREEN SALAD= lettuce, cucumber, tomato
    GREEN VEGES= broccoli, beans, Brussel sprouts

    SUGAR DRINK
    -5g creatine
    -5g BCAA
    -5g Glutamine
    - 1 scoop dextrose
    - 1 scoop gatorade

    It takes a bit to eat that much at the start and you have to be committed.. but in the end you will see results.

    good luck!!
    Matt
    Looks promising. Any suggestions if my day starts with breakfast at 9 a.m. following by workout at around 10, 11 a.m.

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    If your struggling, a good weight/mass gainer product might help
    E N G L A N D!

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    There are lot of weight loos products are available in the market they helps you.

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