What Is The Process Of Raising The Ideal Body Weight
Doc, does smoking inhibit the process of digestion, and body growth when I want to gain weight or fatten up
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Smoking does not inhibit the process of digestion and body growth, but this does not eliminate the fact that smoking can kill you. People with heart disease and stroke can still digest food well, but they can still die from the disease. So that the message is that regardless of how smoking can affect, the recommendation is to avoid it. Because if it doesn't affect one thing, it still influences other things as bad or worse.
Then if you want to gain weight, the best way is to live a healthy lifestyle. That can be achieved by eating regular foods by increasing carbohydrates such as potatoes, pasta, rice and bread. You should eat regularly 3 times a day with more amounts than usual, and eat healthy snacks or milk in between, so the order is breakfast-snack-lunch-snack-dinner. Healthy snacks can be in the form of fruit, protein bars, or cereals. If you feel that your food portions cannot be added, then eat as much as you can, but with more frequent frequency.
Then, do sports. Exercise is often done to lose weight, but in reality it is not. Basically exercise is carried out to bring our body weight to the ideal range. For people with a weight carried the ideal standard, exercise can increase appetite, and help allocate energy in the body into the muscles, rather than fat. So that not only will you gain weight, your body shape will also look better. The important thing is, do the exercise correctly and according to ability, and do it at least 3-4 times a week.
In addition, get enough rest, avoid alcohol, and consume drugs or weight-enhancing supplements. Lack of rest can make the exercise we do is useless, and the body does not get enough recovery to return to exercise. Alcohol, cigarettes and weight-enhancing usplemen often also provide side effects that are not good for the body, and it actually triggers the emergence of diseases that did not exist before.
Apart from that, if you still find it difficult, you can consult directly with a nutritionist or personal trainer, both at the gym or online. So, hopefully answering your question.