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Am very thin, eating regularly. Want to increase weight

Hi Dr. Taneja This is Nithya, Iam 29 years old married, I have a kid, he is 3 years old, my query is Iam very thin weighing only 35kgs, but I dont have any health problems as of now, I have my fud in time (veg), my problem is I luk like a college going girl, thats why I wanted to increase my weight atleast to 45 kgs, Please do suggest some idea.
Asked On : Thu, 2 Aug 2012
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See if you want to gain weight the basic theory is eat more than what you burn off. So a high calorie diet ( high protein) , eat plenty of fresh fruits , stay hydrated, you can also take a protein powder and add a multivitamin to your diet. Since you are vegetarian i would ask you to get the protein powder to supplement your daily protein needs.Follow this for a couple of months and you should be on your way .
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