Healthy fattening diet

by Chelsea Rose • 15 Feb 2018

We know how difficult it is to put on some weight, we also know it is not easy to hope when the results are delayed, that you have lost confidence appealing to all kinds of ways reason for which we can not afford to joke.

Fattening diet does not mean a diet with fast food or overeating. Eating healthy and eating is equally important too. The fact that you want to accumulate kilos doesn’t mean you need to stop eating only vegetables, pasta and white bread.

In fattening diet calorie-rich foods are ideal. Choose avocado has about 300 calories and also brings 17 grams monounsaturated fat and 11.8 grams of fibre. Walnuts, hazelnuts, almonds, pumpkin seeds have many calories, about 200 in each serving, along with proteins, minerals and essential fatty acids.

Dairy products should also be included in the diet. Milk, yoghurt, cheese and butter are foods that must be consumed. Good alternatives are peanut butter and honey that provides more calories, and nutrients.

Some people need to avoid dairy products and/or cows' milk because their bodies can't digest lactose (lactose intolerance) or they have an allergy to cows' milk protein.

Some people also choose not to have dairy products for other reasons, for example, because they follow a vegan diet.

There are a number of alternative foods and drinks available in supermarkets to replace milk and dairy products, such as:

  • soya milk, yoghurts and some cheeses
  • rice, oat, almond, hazelnut, coconut, quinoa, and potato milk
  • foods which carry the 'dairy-free' or 'suitable for vegans' signs

It said it is harder to gain weight than to lose weight. Is it true? After all, it takes 3,500 calories to take a kilogram and to lose one kilogram it is needed 3,500 calories burned. If all you want to do it at least fatten yourself healthy!

For increasing appetite, the sport is recommended. But if you choose to practice fitness, choosing an instructor becomes mandatory. He will be telling you which exercise is supported and what not to do with avoiding being injured. Make fitness twice a week, rest one day and the other days alternate them with hours of swimming and power walks.

If you don’t have the appetite, try some vitamins; the B complex (millet, brown rice, grain of integrated cereals generally) are ideal, noting that it is not advisable to take more than 50 mg per day.

Weight gain has to occur over several months.





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