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Why Do People Gain Weight When They Geet Older
Less muscle/exercise: As we get older, our muscle mass decreases and thus burns off less energy/food. If we burn less and yet eating/consuming the same amount of food, we gain wt. Also, because physically we are able to do less, we use less energy from foods. So stay physically active as much as you can, eat less junk food, see doc regularly, sleep well, and live well. We all subject to progression of time..Good luck. ...Read more
See Dr., then eat...: If one is truly underweight (based on height, family background, and body type), a Dr. can evaluate for a hormonal, digestive, or other disorder. If no medical cause is found, then one can add weight by eating more calories of nutritious foods, while also doing weight-training to increase muscle. Proteins: egg white, chicken breast, salmon,... Better fats: olive oil, peanuts, almonds, tofu,... ...Read more
Depends: If you have no significant medical problems and eat standard diet then more than likely you are getting enough vitamins hence will not benefit from any. To gain weight lift weights, eat more calories. Seek medical evaluation to ensure no medical or mental problems contributing to low weight. ...Read more
See endocrinologist: You could have several problems. I assume that you eat normally. Question too brief to answer correctly. But, you need to see a specialist that can help you not only put on weight, but lean weight. Physical exercise such as weight lifting, drinking protein drinks, eating foods high in carbohydrates may help. Dairy products, white breads can also pack on weight. ...Read more
Hi I'm 28 yr old female and I'm trying to gain weight... what's the healthiest way...and the fastest way?
Weight gain: Consult a dietician who can recommend a healthy and safe way to gain weight. ...Read more
I am 21yrs old my height is 5.11 i want to gain weight my weight is 64 n i want to gain weight till 70 please help?
Same as men: I don't know that they lose energy, but both men and women slow down in physical strength and activity for a variety of reasons. Weight gain is one consequence of continued caloric intake and decreased activity. Lack of exercise leads to deconditioning and inability to do exercise which you may be describing as loss of energy. ...Read more