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Hi, I've always been pretty skinny but it's not something I've thought about or like done on purpose. My doctor told me I burn fat really quickly, (dunno what thats called) and also I'm in the worst shape out of my whole class<img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/thinking.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":think:"><br><br><br><br>
Anyway, I dont want to look anorexic or be a stick, I think having some fat on your body looks wayy better than nothing! I have no clue about how much calories I should eat though..<br><br><br><br>
I'm 14.5, 5"6 and 50 kilos. How much is 50 kilos in pounds??<br><br><br><br>
I eat breakfast some days, but it only takes me a couple of minutes..Also I'm vegetarian, and I'm very very picky. I do enjoy food, but mostly I just eat to get it over with..I rarely feel hungry. I dont get full either..I mainly just eat when its been a while, or if I'm hungry and then I just eat until I'm not hungry anymore..So tips?
 

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50 kg = 110 lb. I'm actually the same age and height as you and I'm trying to get up to that weight(100 lb right now).<br><br><br><br>
What sorts of portions do you usually have when you eat, and what is an average day of food for you? If you figure out how many calories you generally eat in a day, from there, you could just add 100 or 200 calories extra and keep on adding a little more food to slowly/healthily gain weight. You don't have to make a conscious effort to add in EXTRA meals, if you're already eating when you're hungry anyways...just eat a few bites more of whatever you're eating at the time and it'll add up throughout the day. Maybe add stuff like coconut shreds, avocado slices, granola, nuts...etc. to some of your food?
 

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50 kg = 110 lb. I'm actually the same age and height as you and I'm trying to get up to that weight(100 lb right now).<br><br><br><br>
What sorts of portions do you usually have when you eat, and what is an average day of food for you? If you figure out how many calories you generally eat in a day, from there, you could just add 100 or 200 calories extra and keep on adding a little more food to slowly/healthily gain weight. You don't have to make a conscious effort to add in EXTRA meals, if you're already eating when you're hungry anyways...just eat a few bites more of whatever you're eating at the time and it'll add up throughout the day. Maybe add stuff like coconut shreds, avocado slices, granola, nuts...etc. to some of your food?
 

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50 kg = 110 lb. I'm actually the same age and height as you and I'm trying to get up to that weight(100 lb right now).<br><br><br><br>
What sorts of portions do you usually have when you eat, and what is an average day of food for you? If you figure out how many calories you generally eat in a day, from there, you could just add 100 or 200 calories extra and keep on adding a little more food to slowly/healthily gain weight. You don't have to make a conscious effort to add in EXTRA meals, if you're already eating when you're hungry anyways...just eat a few bites more of whatever you're eating at the time and it'll add up throughout the day. Maybe add stuff like coconut shreds, avocado slices, granola, nuts...etc. to some of your food?
 

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50 kg = 110 lb. I'm actually the same age and height as you and I'm trying to get up to that weight(100 lb right now).<br><br><br><br>
What sorts of portions do you usually have when you eat, and what is an average day of food for you? If you figure out how many calories you generally eat in a day, from there, you could just add 100 or 200 calories extra and keep on adding a little more food to slowly/healthily gain weight. You don't have to make a conscious effort to add in EXTRA meals, if you're already eating when you're hungry anyways...just eat a few bites more of whatever you're eating at the time and it'll add up throughout the day. Maybe add stuff like coconut shreds, avocado slices, granola, nuts...etc. to some of your food?
 

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50 kg = 110 lb. I'm actually the same age and height as you and I'm trying to get up to that weight(100 lb right now).<br><br><br><br>
What sorts of portions do you usually have when you eat, and what is an average day of food for you? If you figure out how many calories you generally eat in a day, from there, you could just add 100 or 200 calories extra and keep on adding a little more food to slowly/healthily gain weight. You don't have to make a conscious effort to add in EXTRA meals, if you're already eating when you're hungry anyways...just eat a few bites more of whatever you're eating at the time and it'll add up throughout the day. Maybe add stuff like coconut shreds, avocado slices, granola, nuts...etc. to some of your food?
 

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50 kg = 110 lb. I'm actually the same age and height as you and I'm trying to get up to that weight(100 lb right now).<br><br><br><br>
What sorts of portions do you usually have when you eat, and what is an average day of food for you? If you figure out how many calories you generally eat in a day, from there, you could just add 100 or 200 calories extra and keep on adding a little more food to slowly/healthily gain weight. You don't have to make a conscious effort to add in EXTRA meals, if you're already eating when you're hungry anyways...just eat a few bites more of whatever you're eating at the time and it'll add up throughout the day. Maybe add stuff like coconut shreds, avocado slices, granola, nuts...etc. to some of your food?
 

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50 kg = 110 lb. I'm actually the same age and height as you and I'm trying to get up to that weight(100 lb right now).<br><br><br><br>
What sorts of portions do you usually have when you eat, and what is an average day of food for you? If you figure out how many calories you generally eat in a day, from there, you could just add 100 or 200 calories extra and keep on adding a little more food to slowly/healthily gain weight. You don't have to make a conscious effort to add in EXTRA meals, if you're already eating when you're hungry anyways...just eat a few bites more of whatever you're eating at the time and it'll add up throughout the day. Maybe add stuff like coconut shreds, avocado slices, granola, nuts...etc. to some of your food?
 

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50 kg = 110 lb. I'm actually the same age and height as you and I'm trying to get up to that weight(100 lb right now).<br><br><br><br>
What sorts of portions do you usually have when you eat, and what is an average day of food for you? If you figure out how many calories you generally eat in a day, from there, you could just add 100 or 200 calories extra and keep on adding a little more food to slowly/healthily gain weight. You don't have to make a conscious effort to add in EXTRA meals, if you're already eating when you're hungry anyways...just eat a few bites more of whatever you're eating at the time and it'll add up throughout the day. Maybe add stuff like coconut shreds, avocado slices, granola, nuts...etc. to some of your food?
 

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Wow =o<br><br><br><br>
Dont worry about it, at least I got the message hehe.<br><br><br><br>
Yeah, I guess I just need some motivation to eat more..I'll get my mum to buy me some tasty foods, thanks for the tip(s)!
 

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that's what I call insistence <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/tongue3.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":p">
 
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