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Weight gain. Feeling of thrown up during over eating. How to increase weight?

Hello i am having troubles keeping me weight up, Before i was pregnant i was weighting at 120 pounds and ever since i had my baby i can t get back up there. I am always at 102 and the lowest it got was 98 pounds. I went to my family doctor about it and got my blood work done, and they told me to eat more fattening food like mash potatoes etc. I eat a lot of food and eat the most i can, but even when i have 10 scoops of something i always feel like throwing up, should i be concerned about this? I do smoke but not a lot but i also smoke before i was pregnant and i never lost the weight i always stayed at my regular weight. Is there anythings that it could be? Or what do i do about it? Please help me.
Asked On : Wed, 29 Aug 2012
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First of all gaining weight is very easy.Just follow these simple steps 4-5 small meals evenly distributed throughout the day (basically eat every 3 hours or so )
2.Drink upto 1.5-2 litres of water everyday
3.Your diet should consist of 50% carbs 30% protein and 20% fat
4.Eat all your meals at a specific time everyday
5. Add a vitamin tablet

Follow this regimen for a month or so and you should see some nice gains coming through.
Thank you and take care
Answered: Wed, 6 Nov 2013
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