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Im 24yrs height 5'5 , weight is 48kg
My height is 165 cm Age is 24 weight is 48Kg.. Plz suggest any supplement or way to increase calories intake .. i almost take 1200 apprx calories per day .. what i need to do now Can i take Horlicks protein plus ?? How mushroom powder is ?? Is it helpful in gain weight ? I want to gain 55 kg atleast i need to gain 7-8 kg more . I have no health issues every test is done health checkup is normal but metabolism is fast ..
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It looks  like there is defecit in your calorie  intake, you have to add atleast  500 to 750 calories  on a everyday  basis  and they should  be mainly from your protein  source. This will help you to gain approximately 1/2 to 750gms. This increased intake should be well substantiated with optimum combination of  muscle building  activity.
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The advice is to supply the calorie  needs directly  from food sources itself ,since you have mentioned  that all your vitals  are normal  there should not be any issues with regard  to absorption of nutrients  to give the expected  results  ,for a customized  diet prescription  kindly  connect  through  practo  online.
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Yes you need to add calories in diet. Try to manage eating dencer meals. A Smoothee with Protein supplement can be taken. Or foods like milkshake Dry fruit ladoo or Churma ladoo can be taken. Try to manage exercise and have a good pre and post workout snacks to build muscle mass and increase weight. Consult me on Practo online consultation for a personalized diet plan
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