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I am 24 years old but still very week and short...i really want to gain a little weight so that k can atleast be fit...
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First of all start with a mild walk during the day. Add protein rich meal after exercise. Add seasonal fruits and vegetables during the day Take more of liquids and beverages. Add seeds and nuts to your diet. Get your body constitution check for specific results
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Ok u eat  plenty of vegetables,fruits,and sprouts in everymeal.Almonds,walnuts,raisins,drydates,figs are healthy. Substitute millets for rice. Drink enough water. Buttermilk,ghee,milk are good to intake everyday for good health. Avoid nonveg,oily spicy,masala foods,fastfoods,bakeryfoods,preserved foods. Exercise,yoga,playing sports keeps u fit Also take Ashwagandha rasayana two tsf twice a day in empty stomach followed by a glass of milk. Ksheerabala 101capsule one twice a day in empty stomach. Papaya,banana,gauva are healthy.to eat.
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You need to take high protein diet. Take small and frequent meals at regular intervals. Please ask me directly for personalized diet plan for you.
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Hi, Weight gain is a gradual process & it needs a lot of personalized dietary approaches. Drastic changes, working out excessively will only give short term results. Improving your overall food intake and regularity in physical activity mainly weight-bearing exercises will help you in putting on weight. Patience and compliance are two things that will help and show the results. A personalized diet is strongly recommended as constant modifications are required as it takes into account your routine, lifestyle, eating habits, medical conditions if any, medications, sleep, stress, height, weight, etc., this help in identifying the gap areas and correcting them accordingly. Following are the guidelines that will be of help: 1. Do not skip meals & Have balanced meals throughout the day 2. Never workout or exercise on an empty stomach. Have a fruit, preferably banana before exercise       3. Ensure protein in the form of dals, pulses, milk, eggs, chicken, fish, sprouts, paneer etc to be a part of every meal that you take. 4. Ensure 2 fruits throughout the day. 5. Incorporate foods that contain healthy fats & are calorie-dense like almonds, walnuts, peanuts, dried fruits like dates, anjeer, raisins etc during mid-meals as snacks 6. Have calorically dense foods such as milkshakes, lassi, chicken or paneer sandwich/wraps, peanut chikki etc & calorically dense vegetables like potato, sweet potato, yam etc 7. Have a glass of milk during bedtime  8. Strength training exercises will help in improving the muscle and your weight on the scale while decreasing your body fat percentage 9. Avoid sweets, fried foods, fruit juices, junk food as it will increase your body fat even though you may look lean/thin 10. Drink 8-10 glasses of water throughout the day at regular intervals to keep yourself well hydrated    
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Weight gain is a slow process. To gain weight you need to include good proteins and add healthy fats in diet. Exercise regularly and have a better pre and post workout snack. Consult me on Practo online consultation for a personalized diet plan
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