Yes it would, and we both know its 9
[08:44:11] Kurioxan: as long they get big im alright with that
I think you should see a doctor, you are dangerously underweight and that carries a lot of risks.
That makes sense, heard a lot about people who's bulkier but yet amazingly fit.
BMI gets some trash talk around here, but it's a decent indicator for those people who have a typical sized frame and aren't weight lifters. Your BMI is 14.4.
A score under 15 indicates starvation and malnutrition.
Rudimentary creatures of blood and flesh. You touch my mind, fumbling in ignorance, incapable of understanding.
You exist because we allow it, and you will end because we demand it.
Like others have said just eat high carb foods. If you go to the gym a protein shake would help you put on some weight while building muscle from lifting as well I think. (anyone know if that's true or not? It's just what I've heard)
Meat, meat and more meat no i am not joking but also eat fish and get yourself some protien powder and start pumping, that'll work, i went from being about 185 and 78 kilos to 86 kilos in about 4 months, then again i was in the army....
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Bah you're taller than me too! WTB midget, will pay in Tiili's!I'm at 45 kg to 156 cm (Been losing weight now due to my stupid sleeping routines and feeling nauseaus when staying up)
Rounding makes 2+2=5!Umm, rounding? ^_^""
Fairly certain we're at almost the same height o.oBah you're taller than me too! WTB midget, will pay in Tiili's!
You may just want to add 2-3 smaller meals to what you are already eating. Something like
and maybe a Snack
Now your snacks can be protien bars/shakes, nuts, cheese/ peanunt butter or any other healthly snack. Also start taking some vitamins, like a good mulit which could help your appetite. Now you may not be able to eat as much at first but slowly build up to where you add your snacks with out feeling sick. Also try and keep some snacks on you or near you, say in your car, so you will not miss them and eat them at a regular time so your body will get use to getting fed at a certain time.
But it would really help to know what you are eating now and just make a few changes to that.
/soulmate!Fairly certain we're at almost the same height o.o
I'm at 1m78 and 57kg myself (5'10 and 125lbs if converters are to be trusted), and basically I'd say you need a couple of things:
- Build muscle mass. Even being naturally very thin, it's still the fastest way to gain weight. Also, exercising regularly makes you feel healthier and boosts your appetite, which seems to be a problem for you.
Couple a healthy dose of exercise (not everyday, you need to let the muscles rest) with eating a decent amount of proteins from meat, fish, or even nuts like pistachios, that have a high amount of proteins and "good" fat in them. The plus side of pistachios is that you can eat them pretty much constantly through the day, without ever making you feel full.
- Learn to appreciate food. Eating is awesome, cooking is awesome (ok, doing the dishes sucks), and if you learn to treat your meals as something to enjoy, instead of something you just have to do to live, you'll naturally eat more, and you won't view eating as a chore anymore.
I don't look like a guy who really enjoys food, seeing how I'm so thin, but I'd probably weigh like 10kg less if I didn't enjoy eating a lot.
PS: all this talk about no gravy with a steak. Isn't gravy just some kind of sauce? If so, have you guys never eaten a steak with pepper sauce, or shallot sauce, or even béarnaise sauce?