Gain Weight the Healthy Way

Gain Weight – The Healthy Way

There is so much media attention about overweight and obesity problems in the Western World that something else is going all but unnoticed. Many people also want to gain weight or to be more precise gain muscle and shape.

You could be one of these very people.

You might think to yourself “I like having a flat tummy but wouldn’t it be great if I had some shapely, toned curves (If you are a woman) or a more muscular well stacked shape (If you are a guy).

You may have tried eating more food to help you in this but if you gained weight it’s often on the tummy where you don’t want it.

What is a guy or girl to do here then?

This is where a well-balanced nutrition program can be a huge help to you.

A good program of weight training would be an ideal complement to this.

Together they make up a great tag team to help you get in your desired shape.

First up what exactly is this balanced nutritional program?

The first step is to have a healthy balance of the 3 main food groups: Protein, Fats and Carbohydrates. This will help build the best balanced shape for you.

Of particular emphasis in this is the muscle building power of protein and making sure you are taking enough to encourage new muscle growth.

4 Steps to the New Bigger You

  1. First rule of thumb is to eat foods in as near to their natural state as possible. Natural foods help build up a naturally good physique.
  2. Next up is to make sure to include an ample supply of the best protein foods: lean meats, fish, free range poultry and eggs, dairy products, beans, pulses, nuts, seeds and quinoa.
  3. Eat the best Carbohydrate foods: whole grains, brown rice, oatmeal, wholemeal brown bread, raw and cooked vegetables and fruit.
  4. Lastly Fats. It is preferable to keep your fat level to a minimum in order to build a more shapely physique. The best fats include: avocadoes, virgin olive oil and unprocessed coconut oil.

It is a good idea to take the suggested protein foods and some of the best carbohydrates at every meal. Again keep your fat level to a minimum and use only the suggested fats.

These foods can be a big help in helping you gain that desired weight.

A Great Addition to Your Nutrition Program

Another great help is to use a protein drink to help supplement the protein requirements of the diet.

One such protein supplement is Proform Mass Builder Oats. This is a mixture of casein (the protein used in making cheese), with creatine (probably the most widely used sports supplement on the market), chromium (to help maintain blood sugar levels) and oats.

It tastes delicious with its creamy texture and raspberry flavour and can be made up into a protein drink, ideal snack, or as a great complement to your breakfast routine.

It makes an ideal addition to those on a weight training program and a low fat, protein-carbohydrate diet.

Recommended for all sportspeople including: athletes, bodybuilders, rugby players, footballers, tennis players, swimmers, boxers, etc.

For younger guys and girls (18 years old and upwards), who want to fill out a little Proform Mass Builder Oats also offers some great support.

It is also suitable for older people who could benefit from healthy weight gain.

With something that tastes this good it seems like a no-brainer to include it in your nutrition program.

Try it for yourself and see what it can do for you.

When you look in the mirror afterwards and see that new you looking back at you, your smile will say it all.

In the meantime try taking some of the steps mentioned above as they can really help you to get into your ideal shape.

Weight Gain by Hugh Chambers.