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Home Remedies for Weight gain

Portion Control

Consuming frequent smaller meals can be less daunting than large ones. Divide daily food intake into 5-6 smaller portions. This approach can support metabolic efficiency.

Increase Fiber Intake

Consume fiber-rich foods like beans, lentils, whole grains, and vegetables. Aim for 25-30g of fiber daily. Especially useful if weight gain is related to medical treatments.

Stay Hydrated

Drinking adequate water supports metabolism and overall health. Aim for 8-10 glasses daily, but minimize liquids during meals to ensure you consume more solids.

Gentle Exercise

Gentle activities like walking or yoga not only improve mood but can also enhance appetite. Consult a healthcare provider before starting a new exercise regimen.

Herbal Teas

Sipping teas like chamomile or peppermint can alleviate stomach discomfort and reduce bloating, especially if linked to treatments. Aim for 1-2 cups daily.

Probiotic Foods

Foods such as yogurt or kefir promote a balanced gut flora, aiding digestion. Include a serving in your daily diet.

Avoid Sugary Foods

Avoiding sugar prevents unhealthy weight gains and also possible treatment side effects. Focus on whole foods like Oats, Quinoa, Salads and more high fiber foods.

Limit Sodium Intake

Excess sodium can cause bloating and water retention. Reduce salt in cooking and use herbs/spices for flavor.

Monitor Weight Regularly

Regularly tracking weight helps adapt strategies for optimal health. Weekly weigh-ins can be insightful.

Eat Mindfully

Eating without distractions allows for recognizing hunger and fullness cues. Focus on each bite, enjoying flavors and textures.

The information on this site is not meant to diagnose or treat any illness. Always consult a doctor before making health decisions. This content is for educational purposes only and should not replace professional medical advice.

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Heart Damage
Blood clots or thrombosis
Hearing changes (tinnitus, hearing loss)
Low hemoglobin
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Taste changes (metallic taste, food aversions)

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