How to increase body weight
Although the overweight and obesity is a growing problem in the western population (especially serious is the increase in childhood obesity), there are certain people who have more difficulties gain weight.
While many might think that the answer to this problem can be simple and simple, according to experts the solution is not so clear, given that some nutritionists suggest thin people tend to have the feeling of satiety something more "pronounced".
While other experts believe that this "problem" would have to do with fat cells, which are divided into browns (they release calories in the form of energy to maintain body temperature and different organic activities) and white (they store calories in the form of fat for later use).
Accordingly, it is believed that thin people would have proportionally more brown cells, so their ability to burn calories would be greater, and the ability-therefore-to store them would decrease.
How to gain body weight
Although many people think, the solution-erroneous by the way-is not eating much more, since in most cases, the thin person usually eat in large quantities and, however, do not gain weight.
The solution seems to be in the practice of exercise, since it causes muscular hypertrophy and consequently an alteration in the physical structure, so that the work to develop the muscles, associated with a reinforced diet, helps increase the weight at the same time we model the muscle mass.
In addition, not only will we gain weight, but we will gain in self esteem, because as we treated in another previous moment, the exercise also improves the mood. This article is published for informational purposes only. It can not and should not replace the consultation with a Physician. We advise you to consult your Trusted Doctor.