Low weight..How to gain weight?
I am a 24-year-old man 179 cm long and my weight is 47 kg...I don't have any chronic illness or disease. I feel healthy all the time but I am concerned with my very low weight. What measures should I do to have the proper BMI and gain weight....do protein weight gainers help me to combat this issue??
@robin Hello and welcome to the forum
The basic way for most people to gain weight is to eat more. If you don't care if you gain fat or not, you can do this more quickly by eating lots of fatty foods and sugar, but that won't be healthy. If you eat more meals a day or just eat more of the healthy foods you eat normally you should gain weight. But to be that thin, either you have a genetic heritage in your family or your metabolism might be extremely high. Protein weight gainers are actually made for people wanting to add muscle, usually. They're generally not very healthy, and only work if you're doing a lot of weight lifting. But because most of them contain a lot of sugar and a lot of fat, it's possible if you add them as an additional meal you might gain some weight, but you can do the same thing by eating more and eating more frequently.