In this day and age, it is nearly hard to resist the temptation to strive for the ideal figure. The models in publications and gym aficionados who post pictures of their rock-hard abs on social media all contribute to this desire. While the majority of individuals are overweight and desire to reduce weight, there is also a problem with those who are underweight, which is the polar opposite of being overweight.
The BMI (body mass index) determines whether you are underweight or overweight (Body Mass Index). Unhealthy weight is defined as having a BMI of less than 18.5 pounds per square metre (BMI). While there are numerous methods of gaining weight available, such as protein powders and weight gain tablets, not all of them can be relied upon to be safe and efficient in the long run. Choosing a slow and natural approach to a healthy weight increase that is both economical and cost-effective is the key to success here.
- Dates – One Cup
- Honey – Half Cup
- Take dates in a bowl.
- Add a half cup of organic honey to it.
- Soak this dates in honey for about a month.
Eating one honey-soaked date every night will help in gradual weight gain.
Why it Works:
Dates contain 23 different types of amino acids, some of which are not found in other popular fruits such as oranges, apples, and bananas. Dates are a good source of protein because they are low in calories and high in fibre.
Dates include at least six vitamins, including a little quantity of vitamin C as well as vitamins B(1) thiamine, B(2) riboflavin, nicotinic acid, and vitamin A. Vitamin C is found in small amounts in dates, as is vitamin B(2) riboflavin.
Honey also contains a lot of sugar, which is processed quickly and can cause your blood sugar levels to jump and drop, leading to increased hunger and the possibility of long-term weight gain if consumed in large quantities.