What kind of protein food can I use to gain weight?

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Lovely...

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Posted: 23 Jun 2013, 16:29
I am working on gaining weight, my goal is 127lbs. In addition to protein powder what kind of high protein food can I use to gain weight?
LuLu30kg

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Posted: 28 Jun 2013, 20:30
I know it is a struggle to gain weight for some as well as losing it for most.
Have you tried making a smoothie with coconut milk, with your protein powder, and add gound flax seeds (or any ground nut), and Chia seeds (for texture)?
I don't know what your situation is, but it is possible to add healthy calories in your day...
seekingbuddh...

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Posted: 28 Jun 2013, 23:45
I am guessing that you are aware of supplements for "bulking up". They have the right mix of carbs/protein. I am also on a high protein seeker, and have been consuming mostly grilled chicken/beef and i buy fish once in a while (the local ranch-market here will clean it and fry it for me right there). You also get high protein from several vegetarian diets - beans, legumes, lentils etc. Make sure you read about nutrition, and figure your BMR/caloric requirements (which is what i did).
Lovely...

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Posted: 29 Jun 2013, 20:53
I appreciate your reply Brian Adam... thanks a lot! will add them to my diet.



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