Special Drink for Weight Gain in 2 Weeks
In order to gain weight, you have to eat more calories than you expend. Theoretically, this means eating an additional 500 calories per day to gain one pound per week. Some people, however, have difficulty gaining weight and have to eat far more than that, perhaps an extra 1,000 calories per day.[sociallocker id=”467″]
- an extra snack, such as a peanut butter and jelly sandwich with a glass of milk at bedtime.
- larger-than-normal portions at meals, such as two sandwiches instead of only one.
- higher calorie foods, such as crane-apple instead of orange juice.
- Banana/Mango sliced 1 cup
- Dates Half Cup
- Sugar As per your choice
- Ice Cubes
- Milk 1 Glass
Add all ingredients in a juices jug, blend to make a milkshake, drink this twice daily.
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JUICE: Apple, cranberry, craneapple, pineapple, grape, and apricot juices have more calories than grapefruit, orange and tomato
FRUIT: Bananas, pineapple, raisins, dates, dried apricots and other dried fruits have more calories than watery fruits (grapes, plums, peaches).
By taking the prescribed 500 to 1,000 additional calories per day, you should see some weight gain. Be sure to regularly include moderate amounts of muscle-building exercise so that you bulk up rather than get fat.
If you don’t gain weight after two weeks of consistent higher calorie eating at three meals every day plus snacks, look at your family members to see if you inherited a naturally trim physique. Also keep in mind that most skinny people gain weight as they get older.[/sociallocker]