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    Terrence, Mutton is a very fatty meat and is hardly to be considered a "healthy food".

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    Edited to add; Mutton isn't an "unhealthy food" either, by the way, it's all down to moderation. Eat everything in balance is the best way and keep "junk food" to a minimum and restricted to "cheat days".
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    nutrition

    it's all in the numbers.... it all boils down to calories.

    you have to eat more calories than you burn. how many depends on your body type & how intensive your W/O is. go more carb heavy with high metabolism. maybe 60% carbs to 30% protein, to 10% fat (good kind... olive oil, salmon, nuts, egg yokes). if you dont gain, increase the carbs & fat a bit more. just make sure you are dont drop the protein below 2-300 grams.

    but eat smart fat, lean meats, whole grains, eggs, protein shakes.... don't over stuff yourself, but eat often. Every couple hours.

    lighten cardio will also help.

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    Drink a half gallon of milk a day. Add 2 scoops of muscle milk and that's about 1000 calories and 100 grams of protein.

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    Not sure that Butter and Cream are going to gain the kind of weight that most people on this forum would be interested in. Or "Fried" anything, for that matter.

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    ^That

    Not This...
    Find a unicorn, ride it to the end of a rainbow and collect your pot of gold, once you have the gold kill the unicorn and make some unicorn burgers, you will gian at least 8KG of pure muscle pure 1KG burger and be, stinking, filthy rich.

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    ...And that's still more sensible than the GOMAD diet!!!

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    Hi all
    There are many diet plan in all over the world.According to doctor eat six banana at daily basis and get gain weight....

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    Eat healthy food for gaining weight,Have red meat,Fish,nuts,beens,olives and drink milk have vegetables and fruits too.
    That will surely help you in gaining weight and achieving your goal.

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    Last edited by adverd; 03-11-2013 at 10:20 AM.

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    Bison meat, chicken,whole wheat bread and whole grain pastas and veggies. Throw in a shake or two through out the day

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    3 pb&j sammiches a day betwixt meals, lol.

    eat. a lot. you sound like a true ectomorph and you're gonna struggle to put on weight regardless. I wouldn't worry about how healthy your food is for now (don't drink bacon grease or anything), just f***n eat. Eat til you wanna throw up, then have dessert. People will tell you to eat this and that to put on lean, healthy mass; but your problem is that you most likely just don't eat, and putting away the 3,000 calories+ that you need to take on mass is gonna be hard to do on grilled chicken and baked fish. In the incredibly unlikely scenario that you start to get "fat", just go back to your old ways and your psycho metabolism will cut you down in no time.

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