Are there foods that can gain weight for people who have less weight?

Can any food gain weight for less weight people?

Level 2 Asked on October 10, 2018 in Eating Habits and Body Fat.
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I believe more than 90% of the process that faults the body into gaining unwanted or wanted excess fat is by eating, eating excessively, eating unhealthy, etc, all of which is related to food. It’s only right to not only assume but to agree that they are quite a variety of foods that can aid the process of gaining weight.

Eating what type of food to gain weight is all about calories. Be it small or large calories, calories play a vital role in gaining weight.

The body needs an approximate excess 3500 calories to gain 1pound of fat or decrease 1pound in the opposite process. Take one gram of fat, for instance, it contains nine calories, a gram of protein and carbohydrate contains four calories each, while alcohol in food contains seven calories to mention a few. These are mostly measured per day. Now imagine the excess consumption of these different foods with high amounts of grams for a period of time. This is simply how food puts in weight to the body.

Hence, in order to effectively gain weight through food consumption, large amounts of calory concentrated food has to be taken on a daily basis. An example of such foods will be dried fruits. A cup of dried apricot has 313 calories and a cup of raisins contains 493 calories as opposed to when they are fresh, which is 79 and 103 calories respectively. Taking these after exercising is a very effective way of gaining weight.

Level 1 Answered on October 12, 2018.
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If you want to gain weight you have to eat high-calorie food and take enough rest. When you are eating more and working less, you will be storing a lot of calories in your body which ultimately increases your weight. However, when you do not eat the right food, you might build too many fats. In order to avoid building up fat deposits, you have to eat more protein and eat fewer Carbohydrates.

Level 2 Answered on October 17, 2018.
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