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How To Gain Fat

Do you know how to gain fat? If you do not know how to gain fat, do not worry, it is easier than you think. The question is, however, why would anyone want to know how to gain fat in the first place like on observer? Don’t we all want to know how to lose weight ASAP? Apparently, the answer is no. Some people are willing to put their health in danger in order to get into the Guinness World Records as the world’s fattest person.

Yes, I am talking about the next world’s fattest woman whose goal is to reach 1,000 pounds. She clearly knows how to gain fat, don’t you think? I think so. At 602 pounds she cannot possibly be clueless about how to gain fat. So, how many calories does it take to gain an enormous amount of body fat? Different people will need a different amount of calories, but if you start consuming around 10,000 calories a day, you will gain body fat at a relatively quick pace.

Side note: I have met a few people who thought it would be fun to experiment with a form of yo-yo dieting that involves an attempt to rapidly gain and lose weight during a relatively short time period. Yes, just for fun. And yes, it is an odd thing to do. Anyway, they quickly discovered that it is much easier to gain weight than to lose it. It takes a lot more work to lose weight in one month than to gain weight in one month. As for losing a substantial amount of weight in 4 weeks or less, it takes almost twice as much effort to lose 20 pounds in 1 month than to gain 20 pounds.

How to gain fat The chart above says it all. She consumes 12,000 calories a day. What does she like to eat the most? Sushi and doughnuts. She also eats lots of burgers and drinks a lot of soda. It goes without saying that any diet which makes you gain fat is unhealthy, but this particular diet is completely out of control. Is there a better way to gain weight? Yes, of course there is a better way, assuming your goal is to gain muscle mass, not body fat.

The bottom line on how to gain fat The whole subject of weight gain and muscle mass is controversial and can be confusing. Isn’t always better to have as much muscle mass as possible? The answer is no. The key to being healthy and fit is balance. There is no need to have as much muscle mass as possible. In fact, unless you take illegal and very dangerous anabolic steroids, you will never look like a professional bodybuilder. Being too skinny is not healthy either, by the way.

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