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diane nahdi




01 Jan 1991

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dianenahdi asked:

27 Aug 2010


hahaha i knowww, it sounds awkward but i really really really do need to gain weight. i'm so superrrr skinny, you know? :D i'm 19, 5'7" and 105lbs. i need to gain at least 10 more pounds.

it's not that i dont eat. I EAT A LOT, like a pig.. i drink at least 5 glasses of milk everyday. i've tried everything. but still, i've never gained weight! thats freakin me out. i did talk to my doctor, but he said nothings wrong, i'm pretty much healthy. lol. soo yeah, idea? i just dont want people to think that i'm aneroxic or anythiiiing. because i am seriously not. lol

sorryyyyy it's awkward, i know. but i need heeeelp



ilovepink2011 says:

Posted on 27 Aug 2010

i would die to be that skinny.

Anywho when I was underwieght a long time ago I drank this:

anyone sells it just drink one a day.


fathima says:

Posted on 27 Aug 2010

you can follow this:

- Eat nutritious foods that are high in calories. Examples are whole-grain breads, vegetables such as avocados and potatoes, kidney beans, lean red meat, poultry and fish.

- Increase the caloric value of your meals. Add powdered milk to casseroles for added calories, add avocados and olives to sandwiches, add wheat germ to your cereal, add chopped meat to your pasta sauce, and so on.

- Avoid skipping meals. Knowing how to gain weight involves consistent eating. Eat three meals a day and at least two snacks.

- Increase your normal portion size. Take a second scoop of pasta, or add two bananas to your oatmeal.

- Choose higher-calorie foods when given a choice. For example, corn is higher in calories than green beans.

- Relax - excessive fidgeting and restlessness can burn up a lot of calories.

- Balance your caloric intake with the number of calories you're burning. You need to be taking in more than you use up, and you may need to ease up a little on your exercise program.


mistress1209 says:

Posted on 27 Aug 2010

no this is a question I don't see everyday on this site! LOL!

I know this isn't as easy as most people would think. I have a friend who used to be scrawny when he was younger and he never gained weight no matter how much he ate. It was partly genetic, I guess, since almost everyone in his family is skinny. by the time he was 18, he started hitting the gym, a lil weight training and he was on a high-protein diet and that pretty much helped. so if you can do the same..although an easier way would be incorporating high-calorie (but healthy) food into your diet, like lean meat, milk, cheese, protein shakes, cereal. and oh, maybe even ice cream once in a while! lol but it's a good idea to stay active even when trying to "plump up" to keep toned. with that, it's you'll bring in some muscle weight too.


cute_wonderful_blondie says:

Posted on 27 Aug 2010

well if you're healthy it doesn't matter that you're skinny... Maybe eat more fruit and dairy products... I can't lose weight with eating them (not good) so you can probably gain some dunno... *__*


bear14 says:

Posted on 28 Aug 2010

this might sound a bit weird, but exercise...if you can muscle, you'll gain weight....muscle actually weighs more than fat so that should help you. you can tone your legs and arms, just get some muscle on you

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