Are there any healthy foods that fatten you up?

Are there any healthy foods that fatten you up? Topic: Are there any healthy foods that fatten you up?
June 16, 2019 / By Ava
Question: I'm trying to gain a little weight, because I lost 10 pounds due to school-related stress. Obviously, I want to take the healthy route, not the McDonald's shortcut. Also, I'm not keen on pills, drugs, or shakes. Can anyone suggest anything?
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Abby Abby | 7 days ago
Just eat an extra 500 calories per week and you'll gain 1 pound per week. Try drinking milk (thats so easy), since most ppl don't get enough calcium anyway, 3 cups will add around 300 calories if you choose low fat varieties. Whole wheat bread made with omega 3 and omega 6 fats (Wouldn't you rather eat healthy fats than consume more saturated fats?) Soy milk ( another liquid, very easy to consume) NUTS! they also contain the healthy fats and they're naturally high in calories. Also if you're planning to gain weight, don't do more aerobic exercise than you already do or else that will just cancel out the added 500 calories unless its strengh training workouts Hope this helps. Just eat healthy foods and you'll be fine.
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Abby Originally Answered: Can anyone give me a list of foods or just some foods I should eat for a healthy diet ( no animal meat though)?
Fruit and veggies Cottage cheese Hummus and pita Whole grain bread Fish Cottage Cheese Plain yogurt Milk Cheese Whole grain rice Peanut butter Black beans Nuts (almonds, cashews, walnuts, etc.) Tofu Soup (pick brands with low sodium such as "Healthy Request") Hope this helped a bit

Steph Steph
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Paddy Paddy
For healthy fattening up comes from wholesome food with plenty of protein and complex carbohydrates. Steak and potatos, whole wheat pasta with meat sauce, yogurt, ham and cheese sandwiches, fresh fruit, banana nut bread. All of these are healthy and fattening.
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Lex Lex
My brother has been trying to gain weight, and what you should do is take protein shakes once to twice a day, and go to the gym and ask a trainer any way to gain weight healthily!!!!
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Japheth Japheth
Well how about something like Ensure, it's not a shake per se...it is a healthy way to get the vitamins and calories you need without it being overly sweet or bad for you...
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Frazier Frazier
Avocados contain a lot of fat, but it's almost all unsaturated (the good kind) fat. If you're a guacamole fan, rejoice (just go easy on the chips).
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Frazier Originally Answered: what are some healthy vegetarian foods to buy from whole foods (organic/natural food) store?
Kale, Papaya, tomatoes, blueberries/raspberries/strawberries, mushrooms, avocado, oranges, cherries, I mean there are literally So SO SO many.

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