ThinLeaderMD presents tips on ways to gain weight in a healthy way

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There is a seemingly endless supply of diet programs on the market today designed to shed unwanted pounds, but how about gaining weight? Read now to find out healthy ways to help gain weight.

For more strategies and advice on a healthy weight gain program, and many other health related topics, please contact support@thinleadermd.com or call 1-888-332-6545.

ThinLeaderMD presents ways to improve weight gain.

Key Components of A Healthy Weight Gain Program

There is a seemingly endless supply of diet programs on the market today designed to shed unwanted pounds, but how about gaining weight? Simply eating whatever is not the answer. To gain weight the right way, a healthy weight gain program is essential. While these types of programs should be as personalized as possible, there are common elements of any healthy weight gain program that one should look for to put on weight while taking the best care of the body.

Just like weight loss programs, a key component of a weight gain program for any individual is to check in with his or her doctor about the underlying causes of being underweight and needing to gain weight. For example, a person may have lost weight because of a recent surgery or they may be chronically skinny because of genetics. A doctor can tell you exactly how much weight you should gain in order to remain healthy. Or, a doctor may suggest that a patient sees a dietician for further evaluation.

Another key component—if not the key component—of a healthy weight gain program is choosing the right types of high-calorie foods. When thinking weight gain, don’t think fast food. While an occasional hamburger and fries may be okay, focus on foods rich in plant fats rather than animal fats. Plant fats such as nuts, avocados and olive oil are great sources of healthy fats and are loaded with nutrients and calories. Unlike animal and other saturated fats, however, they won’t contribute to heart disease or high cholesterol. Finally, it’s important to try to eat six times a day, with each meal containing protein, starch and vegetables.

The good news about a healthy weight gain program is that it can be done on your own. The not-so-bad news is one must be diligent. A diet rich in the right type of fatty foods will allow you to bulk up the right way—that is, with muscle and not fatty tissue. In short, a healthy weight gain program should get you from scrawny to brawny without compromising your health.

For more strategies and advice on a healthy weight gain program, and many other health related topics, please contact support@thinleadermd.com or call 1-888-332-6545.

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