Underweight? Here are some tips for gaining weight safely.

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Putting on weight can be difficult, just as losing weight is difficult.

The BMI range for a healthy person is 18.5 to 24.9. However, a person who is underweight will have a BMI below 18.5 and will be more susceptible to certain health concerns, including the emergence of conditions like diabetes, stroke, atherosclerosis, hypertension, and nutrition difficulties, which are categorised as civilisation diseases.

A thin, underweight person will lack numerous essential vitamins and minerals, which will compromise their immune system and increase their risk of infection. The majority of the time, they will also experience fatigue and nausea.

So, if this describes you, it makes sense that you might consider putting on weight. You’ll get healthier and have far greater control over your body as a result.

It’s crucial that you acquire weight through muscle mass rather than fat when you’re trying to put on weight.

How to put on weight safely is as follows:

 

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