Causes Thin Body And Hard Fat?
Good afternoon Yes, I breastfeed a day to eat, there are 5 times a portion of sedeng but often, only my body is thin, isn’t it a change?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. In medical terms, there is actually no such thing as gut. This is because the intestine is always dirty, because the contents of the intestine are leftover food and feces, and the tip of the intestine is the anus as a drain. If you want to cleanse the intestines, then all you need to do is fast or take laxatives. But if your goal is to gain weight, that's not the way to do it. Because it will actually lose your weight, or even make you sick.
If you find it difficult to get fat, the first thing to focus on here is not the intestine, but how it burns energy or calories. Because simply, weight is the end result of many calories coming in, minus calories out. If there are more incoming than outgoing, then the weight will go up, and vice versa if more comes out than incoming, then the weight will go down.
When talking about calories that come in, of course what is meant is food, because there is no other way to increase energy except by eating. But you have eaten a lot, meaning your problem is not the amount of food. Your problem could be the type of food. You must increase high carbohydrate and high protein foods, such as beef, rice, poultry, seafood, eggs, milk, cheese and yogurt. If you eat a lot, but for example, only eat snacks, or only rice and vegetables, it is difficult for you to gain weight.
Next that needs to be examined is the calories out. Most people assume that calories come out only in the form of exercise. This is not entirely appropriate, because calories that come out can be in the form of stress, lack of sleep, smoking, alcohol consumption, coffee consumption that can accelerate metabolism, and certain disease conditions, such as hyperthyroidism, tuberculosis, diabetes, to cancer. It is also important to examine, what can be the way for these calories to come out. If you eat a lot, but you are stressed and lack of sleep, it is only natural that your weight does not increase.
Then the next one is sports. Indeed, exercise can increase calorie expenditure, but proper exercise can increase your appetite. So that by exercising regularly with the right movements, the portion of food you consume can be more, and your weight will increase. Your body will be healthier. The notion that exercise is only useful for weight loss is not quite right, the truth is regular and measured exercise, will keep the body in the ideal range. If it is less then it will increase, and if it is excess it will decrease.
Finally, if you still find it difficult or confused about what you should do next or why you still find it difficult to gain weight, consult your problem with a nutritionist, or personal trainer at the gym. So, hopefully answering your question.