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Banana Shake For Weight Gain
Protein helps but: You should gain weight, but do so responsibly. Meaning that protein alone won't help unless you supplement properly with carbohydrates, the good fats, and practice a diet that is healthy. Supplements help, drink plenty of water and exercise. I would consider a personal trainer or nutritionist. Make sure you ok diet with a dr. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
One you don't eat: They won't help you lose weight, gain muscle or anything positive, although your wallet will lose weight. Save your money, and your health. Learn to eat and exercise properly for the rest of your life. Don't get medical info from friends, tv or the internet. Adding in proten shakes just adds in extra calories, which you don't need and is hard on your kidneys. ...Read more
It depends: Whey protein can either help with weight loss or weight gain depending on how you use it. If used as a meal replacement as part of a restricted calorie diet, it helps with weight loss. If used along with heavy weight lifting and a moderate or high calorie, high protein diet, muscle enlargement and weight gain will occur. ...Read more
Why, not whey: Why are you taking whey protein? What is the problem you think you have and what do you think whey protein is going to do to improve it? How are you going to measure that improvement? Eating extra calories can't help weight loss, no matter what it is. Save your money. Don't get your medical inforation from friends, tv and the internet. ...Read more
There is no best: Weight loss shake as ideally you'd stick to natural unprocessed foods as best as you can. Remember that motility wise, liquids pass through the stomach more quickly than solids and may be less appetite suppressing. Remember in regards to "diet", the best one is the one that you can stick too and control your caloric intake. ...Read more
Cereal is a carb: and too many carbs promote weight gain. Proteins such as eggs, cheese, nuts, and also fruit are much better. How is your exercise? Walking is good. Peace and good health. Make sure you use natural peanut butter, not regular peanut butter that contains sugar and preservatives. ...Read more
Both junk: Obviously you can't have it both ways. The protein is broken down in your stomach and metabolized for calories. It's a waste of money and won't help with either weight gain or loss. Save your money and spend it on quality nutrition and exercise -- they actually work for both gain or loss if done properly. Get your protein from your diet. ...Read more
A protein shake: Is fine as long as you combine it w/nutritious food at other meals. Please get a food plan from your doc. You probably know that exercise plays a role in weight loss as well. Again, get clearance from your doc so you will be safe and successful. Slow and steady weight loss is best. Peace and good health. ...Read more
I cannot gain weight at all and have tried gym and also weight gainer shakes + whey protein shakes?
Breakfast: It's not just breakfast. 3 normal or 5 smaller meals a day can help with your weight because it maintains your metabolism. If you don't eat the whole day and then have a large dinner late at night, it slows your metabolism and makes your body hang onto as much energy (calories, fat, etc) as possible. At the very least, have 3 meals a day. Add in some exercise and you are off to a good start. ...Read more
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