Which food is the best to gain weight?

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Which food is the best to gain weight?
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Pasta is the easiest / cheapest. You can eat pasta everyday for a month and the weight is gonna pile on quite fast. Obviously, calories matter - so it's gotta be more calories than you're losing.
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Rice! and it’s a very inexpensive food to buy.
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anything rich with protein and calories.
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Which food is the best to gain weight?
Carbs like pasta and bread helped me
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Nuts / nut butters, dried fruit and dark chocolate are all healthy high calorie snacks.
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Alcohol.
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Greasy junk food.
Lots of dairy, potatoes, sugar, fried chicken, suet containing puddings, fatty meats, refined grains and booze.
Highly processed foods containing an abundance of: calories, carbs, saturated and trans fats.
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An obscene amount of chocolate milk
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Oats oats oats. Mate trust me, making yourself a nice hearty bowl of oat porridge every mourning has done me wonders. My goal is 13 stone. A couple of months ago I was 11st. I've now reached 12st so half way there. It's my go-to meal for breakfast and brilliant if you want to gain weight.
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Millionaire caramel shortbread. And it's worth the risks
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(Original post by ReganMarca3)
Which food is the best to gain weight?
Protein is the healthiest way to gain muscle mass, if you want to gain fat then you need to consume more calories, anything will work (ice cream is my favourite)
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Eat sweets ... cakes, candies, you name it.
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Greasy junk food.
Lots of dairy, potatoes, sugar, fried chicken, suet containing puddings, fatty meats, refined grains and booze.
Highly processed foods containing an abundance of: calories, carbs, saturated and trans fats.
I'm hungry now. :drool:

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Millionaire caramel shortbread. And it's worth the risks
Those are nice. Used to get boxes of them from Tesco.
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Pasta is the easiest / cheapest. You can eat pasta everyday for a month and the weight is gonna pile on quite fast. Obviously, calories matter - so it's gotta be more calories than you're losing.
Is it? I eat pasta mostly everyday and see no changes in weight. Unless you mean eating pasta at every single meal.
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Junk food, consumed regularly. Although the weight thing would depend largely on your metabolism.
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Is it? I eat pasta mostly everyday and see no changes in weight. Unless you mean eating pasta at every single meal.
Every single meal, every day. And then some. Mainly it's just cheaper and easier.
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High-carb cocktails, Chocolate... Cheeses
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(Original post by londonmyst)
Greasy junk food.
Lots of dairy, potatoes, sugar, fried chicken, suet containing puddings, fatty meats, refined grains and booze.
Highly processed foods containing an abundance of: calories, carbs, saturated and trans fats.
Potatoes probably not. A baked potato is a nutritious meal and helps people lose weight. Same with fatty meats - contain a lot of proteins so helps keep one fuller for longer.

Gaining weight is simply eating more calories than your daily requirement; anything in excess is bad.
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Oats oats oats. Mate trust me, making yourself a nice hearty bowl of oat porridge every mourning has done me wonders. My goal is 13 stone. A couple of months ago I was 11st. I've now reached 12st so half way there. It's my go-to meal for breakfast and brilliant if you want to gain weight.
You're joking... right? Oatmeal (such as porridge) for breakfast is renowned for helping people lose weight because it helps those become fuller for longer. Are you sure it isn't something else you're eating during the day?
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