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11 July 2009

Health and Nutrition: How can I Gain Weight and Look Healthy…?


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For gaining weight you need to take nutritious food and for taking adequate food you need to feel hungry. In other words you enhance your appetite and then have an intake of lot of nutrients and rich food. Here are some suggestions for you:

How to enhance appetite:
  1. Exercise / physical work generate hormones that trigger our appetite
  2. Exercise / physical work improve our digestive system and triggers our appetite
  3. Do 45min cardiovascular workout or go for brisk running daily
  4. Have regular sound sleep for 8hrs in 24hrs
  5. Make your daily life regular and organized
  6. Do not eat or drink anything before your lunch / dinner time
  7. Follow a hygienic and clean way of living
  8. Follow fixed timings for going to toilet in the morning and in some case in the evening (aged people use to go in the evening also)
  9. Do not have a habit to worrying being touchy
  10. Keep happy and cheerful
What to eat and drink:
  1. Eat your breakfast, lunch and dinner at a fixed time
  2. Eat rich food… everything that is cooked at your home
  3. Take milk regularly
  4. Chicken, fish and eggs would be quite effective if you are a non-vegetarian
  5. Eat in adequate quantity
  6. Avoid fasting and skipping any of the three food intake
  7. Eat plenty of seasonal and local fruits
  8. Do not take packed / sealed fruit juices
  9. Better extract juice at home and drink. It is advisable to eat fruits rather than going for its   juice
  10. The fibers in fruits are also beneficial for you
  11. Do not go for dieting except junk / fast food
  12. In your case Ghee in moderate quantity and pasteurized butter as much you like would be an added supplement
  13. Don’t drink water during eating and immediately after eating
  14. Drink plenty of water throughout the day
  15. It is a good habit to have a bottleful of chilled water on your working table and taking a gulp or two every now and then
This article is written based on my personal observations. My intention for publishing the same is to provide healthy reading and intellectual entertainment and not for educating the visitors. No literature or authentic books have been referred for writing the contents of this article. The visitors are advised not to refer the contents of this article for any research or testimony on scientific, geographical, political, civic or legal purposes. The visitors are further advised to consult relevant experts before adapting any information from this article. The author or the website are not responsible for any errors, mistakes, or omissions there in.
- Harish Jharia 

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