While there's millions of people want to lose weight and searching for the best solution to do it so, there's also millions who struggle to put weight on.
Gaining weight can be as hard as losing it, or harder.
First of all, you'll need a throughout medical examination, just to have a complete view on things.
To put weight on, similar to losing weight, you need a good diet. Consulting with a dietitian will help a lot. You have to know how many calories (energy) you need on a daily basis. Write a Food Diary and make a note what you eat and how many calories you take.
Don't think that fast-food or junk-food will help you put weight on. Truth is, that this type of food will most likely just cause internal problems - anything from bad digestion to
You have to eat healthy and "clean" food. Lots of meat (or protein substitutes), vegetables, fruits and even pastry, cookies can come too (in normal measures of course) and dark chocolate.
Try to buy green tea. It's a healing herb. Drink at least 5 cups of it daily. And a minimum of two litres of pure water (mineral water if possible).
Quit smoking and drinking! This will be one of the *supporting pillar* of getting in a healthier shape.
Get on with some moving:
Training in water
Pilates (the original pilates)
And basically anything that you can think of and/or your doctor suggests as well.
If possible, cut stress. This will be the other *supporting pillar* to build your health on. Insert a daily meditation in your routines. If you think you don't have enough time to do it, read the One Minute Meditation article.
Eliminate the stressy factors as much as possible. Remember: Your health is the most important.