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    if you wanna be healthy about it, eat as you do and eat what you like, and just make yourself a "hardgainer shake" after workouts.

    normal dose of protein powder in milk/soymilk/almondmilk
    a hefty slab of peanut butter
    tbsp olive oil
    1/4 cup egg white, or a whole egg. I use the pasteurized liquid egg product so I don't have to worry about salmonella
    maybe half a banana

    800 calories

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    If you are seeking to gain weight and bulk up, it is very important to count your calorie intake. You have to eat enough food and get enough calories to be able to gain weight. Here are some foods for weight gain...
    Proteins
    - Protein supplements such as whey proteins and soy protein supplements.
    - Tofu.
    - Eggs.
    - Fishes such as salon, tuna.
    - Chicken.

    Carbohydrates
    - Oatmeal, whole grain cereals.
    - Fruits such as mango, apples, cherries, grapefruit, peaches etc.; vegetables such as corn, broccoli, carrots, bell peppers, radish etc.
    - Brown rice.

    Fats
    - Butter, low fat milk.
    - Peanuts.
    - Almonds.

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    I'm 49 years old and 145 lbs (at 5'11"). If I don't religiously cram 3000+ calories into my piehole every day, I lose weight. I'm pretty good at sucking-up 160 grams or so of protein, but if I go too light on the carbs, I start to disappear. So I have complex carbs with every meal, and often with my between meal snacks. And sometimes, not-so-complex carbs. I'll do pasta a couple of meals a week. And if I have even the slightest twinge of hunger, I'll have a peanut butter on whole wheat sandwich. I keep the fixings at my desk.

    And if I slack off, and drop into the high 130s, then it's two or three thick brown beers a night until I'm back up. That is, of course, my favorite way to throw on a few pounds in a hurry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michaelswan View Post
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    - Fruits such as mango, apples, cherries, grapefruit, peaches etc.; vegetables such as corn, broccoli, carrots, bell peppers, radish etc.
    - Brown rice.

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    Hello, I think eating balanced diet can help in gaining weight. You can also try milk, butter and banana.

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