myUpchar प्लस+ के साथ पूरेे परिवार के हेल्थ खर्च पर भारी बचत

  1. Increase your calorie intake
  2. Risks associated with being underweight
  3. How to increase weight: Tips
  4. Causes of being underweight
  5. Do you really need to gain weight?
  6. Go nutrition dense not just energy dense
  7. Foods to increase weight
  8. Eat several meals a day
  9. Resistance training exercises to increase weight
  10. Other tips for increasing weight
  11. Consume protein supplements to increase weight

Increase your calorie intake

Risks associated with being underweight

How to increase weight: Tips

Causes of being underweight

Do you really need to gain weight?

Go nutrition dense not just energy dense

Foods to increase weight

Eat several meals a day

Resistance training exercises to increase weight

Other tips for increasing weight

Consume protein supplements to increase weight

References

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  2. Office on Women's Health [Internet] U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; Underweight.
  3. Office on Women's Health [Internet] U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; Anorexia nervosa.
  4. Washington State Department of Social and Health Services. UNDERWEIGHT – HEALTH RISKS. [Internet]
  5. MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia: US National Library of Medicine; Carbohydrates
  6. Office on Women's Health [Internet] U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; If you need to gain weight.
  7. National Institutes of Health; [Internet]. U.S. National Library of Medicine. The Effects of Lifting Light or Heavy Weights on Muscle Growth and Strength in Trained Young Men
  8. Better health channel. Department of Health and Human Services [internet]. State government of Victoria; Weight and muscle gain
  9. Alan Albert Aragon, Brad Jon Schoenfeld. Nutrient timing revisited: is there a post-exercise anabolic window? J Int Soc Sports Nutr. 2013; 10: 5. PMID: 23360586
  10. Department of Health For people who are underweight. Australian Government [Internet]
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  12. Pennsylvania State University. Protein and Protein Supplements. College of Agricultural Sciences. [Internet]
  13. Pasiakos SM, McLellan TM, Lieberman HR. The effects of protein supplements on muscle mass, strength, and aerobic and anaerobic power in healthy adults: a systematic review. Sports Med. 2015 Jan;45(1):111-31. PMID: 25169440