Smart food choices, eating frequently and exercising appropriately are key to healthy weight gain
Orem, Utah (PRWEB) December 23, 2014
When it comes to weight gain, there are various reasons someone would try to gain weight. For geriatrics the list is long, it can result in many health benefits like adding mass to a frail or weak frame, increase energy and/or add confidence. For the guys in the gym, it’s to gain size and mass. For most women, it is to add curves. Whatever the reason, there are plenty of ways to gain healthy weight. CB-1 Weight Gainer gives these three tips on how to gain weight the healthy way.
Eat Healthy High Calorie Foods
When people say “high-calorie foods” they mean foods high in fat and carbohydrates. Foods high in fat and carbohydrates don’t necessarily mean unhealthy foods. Some examples of healthy foods high in fats or carbohydrates include nuts, seeds and nut butters, dried fruit and fruit juices, avocados, whole-wheat pastas, oily fish, meat, milk, dairy and eggs. For people trying to gain weight, these foods are easy-to-consume, high in calories and have nutritional value. CB-1 Weight Gainer can also help a person in consuming these foods by increasing appetite and allowing them to consume more calories overall.
Eat More Often
A common mistake when trying to gain weight is sticking to a strictly lean protein diet. The problem is that protein is the most filling type of calorie and causes a person to feel full quicker and then, the person doesn’t end up getting enough calories to store away as added weight. It’s hard to get a surplus of calories when just eating a healthy diet since it’s typically lower in calories. The best way to gain weight when sticking to a healthy diet is to eat a lot of these healthy foods and to eat it frequently. It’s important to never skip meals and to always snack between these meals. The CB-1 Weight Gainer pill is perfect in this situation. It will help a person who may typically feel like they just can’t eat any more after a small meal to feel like they are hungry and then be able to go back for seconds or thirds by naturally increasing your appetite. This increase in appetite will help increase caloric intake and give the body the surplus calories it needs to store away.
When physically active, a person typically burns calories the body could otherwise store as body weight. The more active a person is, the harder it will be to gain weight. If a person does a lot of cardio (e.g. running, cycling, swimming…) or is constantly on the go, they should try to cut back on the frequency and duration of activity. It’s great for health to be active, but too much activity will cause a person trying to gain weight to burn important calories that would have helped them to gain weight. A person trying to gain weight should focus on resistance training to focus on building muscle and prevent burning too many calories.
Smart food choices, eating frequently and exercising appropriately are key to healthy weight gain.