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Gaining weight

- Sat, 05 Dec 2020 21:03:47 EST I6hKwjD9 No.96507
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Anyone have a shitty stomach but able to put on muscle mass? I'm 6 ft 170 pounds and I feel like I can just barely eat enough to maintain my weight, because I feel like absolute garbage if I over eat. Tired of being skinny and want to put on more muscle but I'm not sure I can actually eat enough to justify it.

I guess if I cut out the junk food (which isn't much) and stick to meat and veggies and fruit I could make it work? Idk just feeling discouraged by my shitty digestive system. I used to be able to eat a lot but now my stomach feels bloated and I feel awful for several hours after eating a large meal. Went and got preliminary tests for my stomach but they didn't find anything.

I guess I should go to a gastroenterologist but I feel like they're gonna just tell me I have GERD and put me on some meds that don't work. This feels like a QQ thread but I wanted to hear your opinions
Rebecca Sallerfatch - Sun, 06 Dec 2020 13:51:12 EST zUkhK9Os No.96509 Reply
I would recommend looking into low FODMAP foods and work on basing a diet plan around that.
Caroline Binderwell - Sun, 06 Dec 2020 13:57:33 EST XM3s6gUO No.96510 Reply
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Opps hit submit on accident. It's basically a diet system that revolves around low gas-inducing food that are considered easy to digest. Stan Efferding's "Vertical Diet" is another great resource to look into. Also I would consider taking a similar stance with your eating as you would do with your lifting. In the sense that you need to progressively overload the amount of food you eat until you reach the amount of calories you need in order to gain weight at a good pace. In the same vein that nobody just walks up to a bench, loads up 3 plates on each side, and starts repping it out. You have to work at it and eventually it becomes easier.
Angus Pindlekeck - Sun, 06 Dec 2020 23:58:51 EST I6hKwjD9 No.96511 Reply

Thank you for the info, gonna check this out.
Shitting Blullygold - Thu, 10 Dec 2020 22:03:50 EST 4RoTIFCB No.96512 Reply
Drink whole milk
Ebenezer Sittingshaw - Thu, 10 Dec 2020 22:12:16 EST mEQEylVN No.96513 Reply
But take some lactose pills to maximize digestion
Esther Bashwut - Wed, 03 Mar 2021 18:38:59 EST I6hKwjD9 No.96621 Reply
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OP here, I switched to eating a plant based diet and my stomach feels completely fine now. No more discomfort after a large meal. Already gaining weight and feel energized in the gym. I guess my stomach does not agree with meat or dairy?
Mr_Shawmeen - Sun, 07 Mar 2021 04:20:18 EST GCWXHICQ No.96625 Reply
Wrong. Period.

You didn't have the right pro and pre biotic balance and resistant starch intake. Humans are meant to run on 90 percent fruit and veg but if you use little helper then ATP will fall like mana from the heavens. You also need your hormone balance in check. Test up, lotsa cholesterol and antiflamatory foods like beef with ginger and turmeric served with lotsa veg like bean sprouts and broccoli. Magic muscle boom

Also red meat is good for the brain(choline and aminos) and if is from a good butcher you can almost eat it raw. My kid chews on my low temp Louisiana hot sauce and my personal dry rub jerky that is nearly raw dried at 170
Mr_Shawmeen - Sun, 28 Mar 2021 05:58:10 EST GCWXHICQ No.96684 Reply
Dunno if you're the OP or not but if you work out enough you'll naturally hunger for more food. More likely than not you'll eat more without even realizing it.
Hugh Bunham - Tue, 13 Apr 2021 21:53:31 EST R0EWIILv No.96701 Reply

What is 'little helper" to boost ATP? You mean pre and pro biotics? Like kimchi, saurkraut, etc? Will it really boost ATP?

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