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How to gain weight quickly at home

Most people don't want to gain weight. They want to lose it. If you're one of those people, then this article probably isn't for you (but please remember that we love you no matter what). For those of us who have a few extra pounds to shed, but also wouldn't mind the opportunity to be stronger and more muscular than we are now—well, read on!

Eat more often.

You can gain weight by eating more often. The main reason that people gain weight is that they eat fewer calories than they burn. To increase your caloric intake and therefore your body weight, you need to eat more food, but not just any kind of food. You should aim to include protein in every meal (you can measure how much protein in the foods you eat with a free app like Lose It!) and add some carbohydrates too (breads, rice and pasta). If you're looking for fat and fiber then vegetables are a good choice: potatoes are very filling because they contain both fiber and starch—and potatoes are also rich in potassium which helps regulate blood pressure! So eat them up!

Drink milk.


Milk is a great source of calcium, which is essential for growing your bones. There are also many other vitamins and minerals in milk that you need to gain weight quickly. Milk contains carbohydrates and protein. Carbohydrates are the main source of energy in our body, while proteins help build muscle mass. For best results, drink 1-2 glasses of whole milk every day and eat more foods high in protein such as eggs and meat products like chicken or fish.

Try weight gainer shakes.


You can try to gain weight by drinking weight gain shakes. The best part about these shakes is that they're high in calories and protein, which will help you gain weight fast. You should drink at least three of these shakes a day!

You can also try eating more food if you want to gain weight quickly, but this method will be more time-consuming than drinking a shake.

Use bigger plates.

When it comes to getting the most out of your meals, the size of your plate is just as important as what you eat. In fact, studies have shown that people tend to eat more when using a large plate compared with a smaller one. This may be because it gives us a false sense of satiation and makes us feel full sooner. When this happens, we naturally stop eating as soon as we've reached the edge of our plates without realizing how much food we actually consumed (which is why it's important not to get distracted while eating).

So if you want to gain weight quickly, use bigger plates!

Add cream to your coffee.

Adding cream to your coffee is one of the best ways to increase your calorie intake. Cream has a lot of fat and calories, which are both great for gaining weight.

Cream also provides you with protein, calcium, vitamin D, vitamin A and vitamin K (among other vitamins). These nutrients help maintain healthy bones and teeth as well as promote healthy skin.

Take creatine.


Creatine is a supplement that helps you build muscle. It’s a natural substance your body produces, but it can be taken as a supplement to boost your intake to the recommended daily amount. It’s found in meats and fish, but if you don’t eat those foods every day—or at all—you might want to consider taking creatine on its own.

Creatine is not a steroid or stimulant, but it does improve strength and speed by increasing lean muscle mass. The process of gaining weight quickly starts with building more lean muscle mass; once you have more lean muscle than fat, your body will burn calories quicker than usual and increase metabolism.

Get quality sleep.


To gain weight, you need to eat more than you burn. To do that, you have to get enough sleep.

Sleep is the time when your body repairs itself and prepares for the next day. If you're not getting enough sleep, your metabolism will slow down (which means it takes longer for your body to break down food), and your brain won't be at its best (which means less focus on activities like eating). Not getting enough sleep has also been linked to weight gain—and if you're trying to lose weight instead of gain weight, this can be a problem!

The amount of sleep each person needs varies from person to person based on age and other factors like exercise habits and stress levels. In general though, adults should aim for about seven hours per night—more if they're experiencing symptoms of insomnia or another sleep disorder like narcolepsy (a condition in which someone falls asleep suddenly). You may also want to see a doctor if:

Your snoring keeps others up at night;

You fall asleep during the day;

You wake up several times per night; or

You feel tired even though you've been sleeping eight hours per night or more

Eat more of the good stuff (and less of the bad)

The easiest way to gain weight quickly is by eating more of the good stuff, and less of the bad.

Good foods include: protein (meat, fish, eggs), vegetables, fruits and nuts.

Bad foods include: alcohol, refined sugar and processed foods. If you're wondering how much you should eat per day to gain weight quickly – it's a lot! Your goal should be 2-3 pounds every week until you reach your desired size.

Focus on compound movements.

Compound movements involve multiple joints and muscles, which is why they're so effective. The squat and the deadlift are two examples of compound movements that work almost every muscle in your body at once—and if you do them right, they'll help you gain weight quickly too.

They're also more effective for building muscle mass than isolation exercises (which only focus on one joint or muscle). Think about it: If you wanted to get stronger, wouldn't you rather do squats instead of leg extensions? Squats hit more muscles and thus require more energy from your body to perform them correctly, allowing for greater overload (and thus greater gains) over time.

Lastly, compound movements burn fat faster than isolation exercises because they burn more calories per rep and require more energy during each set. Again: If you want to build muscle mass as quickly as possible while also burning fat (which is impossible without doing both simultaneously), then focus on compound movements!

Lift heavy things.

The first thing to keep in mind is that lifting heavy things is a good way to gain weight. Lifting heavy weights leads to muscle growth, which is what you want if you're trying to add mass. In fact, lifting heavy weights may be better for building muscle than lifting light weights because it forces your body to recruit more muscle fibers and use more energy during the exercise. This extra work will increase the rate at which your body uses calories even after you're done training, which can help prevent weight loss or even promote fat gain (depending on how much time has passed since your last workout).

Another reason why it's so important for new lifters to lift progressively heavier weights as they go along is because doing so helps strengthen the heart and lungs—which are vital organs responsible not only for keeping us alive but also contributing significantly towards our overall health and well-being by regulating blood flow through our bodies 24 hours a day! With consistent training over time these systems become stronger which will make them better able handle additional stressors placed upon them such as increased physical activity levels without breaking down under pressure."

Gaining weight is about eating consistently and productively and lifting heavy things regularly and correctly.

Gaining weight is about eating consistently, lifting heavy things consistently, and getting proper nutrition.

Consistency is the key to gaining weight. You need to eat every day (or at least most days), which means that you should have a plan for what you're going to eat on those days in advance so you don't end up binging on junk food because it's easier than cooking real food when you're tired after work. Having a consistent workout routine helps keep your body from getting used to a certain amount of physical activity and then suddenly needing more energy when it increases—it also helps with this whole "consistency" thing I was just talking about! The right kind of nutrition will give your body the building blocks it needs without adding extra fats or sugars that would make gaining weight harder than necessary.

Finally, getting enough sleep and recovery time will help ensure that all those excess calories result in actual muscle growth instead of just being stored as fat!

Conclusion

We hope that you found this guide helpful to your journey to gain weight. It can be a challenging process, but with the right mindset and dedication, you’ll get there sooner than you think!

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