12:49 am - Tuesday October 24, 2017

Top 13 Foods to Gain Weight

Here is some important Foods to gain weight.

 

Fruit juice

A healthy and nutritious way to gain some pounds, sip 100-percent fruit juice that’s full of sugar and added nutrients.

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Shrimps 

 

The nutrients and necessary acid content present in shrimps seals up your body with healthy calories.

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Whole eggs

It is economical and loaded with protein, vitamins A,D, E and good cholesterol.

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Butter

Butter is linked with long term weight gain. Intake of butter should be in moderation,

as regular consumption of butter is bad for your heart.

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Corn  bread

Corn bread is full of carbohydrates, and it is a  tasty partner to your favorite curries and and soups. One piece includes approximately 328 calories.

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Cheese

One serving of cheddar cheese packs a good 69 calories.

Cheese is concentrated milk, so it is high in protein and calcium, fat, cholesterol and cheese calories.

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Whole wheat bread

You can eat healthy and pack on pounds at the same time by eating whole wheat bread which accounts for approximately 69 calories.

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Healthy fats and oils

Adding extra fat to your food is an easy way to add calories, choose olive oil, canola oil, etc.

which is good for your health and will add those much needed calories too.

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Brown rice

Brown rice is a source of dietary carbohydrates, and packed with healthy dose of fiber.

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Bananas

One banana contains approximately 100 calories. Not only are bananas rich in carbs and nutritious, they’re also great for workout fuel.

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Chicken breast

Chicken breast, is supposed to be the healthiest and non-fat part which has approximately 78 caloriesfor each serving.

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Potatoes

Potatoes are rich sources of carbohydrates and complex sugars. Consume as grilled or baked potatoes for quick weight gain.

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Soybeans

A healthy, high calorie food is the nutty, delicious soybean. Not only are they rich in protein but are also a rich source of calcium, iron and several B-vitamins and fiber.

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