When it comes to the Low Fodmap Recipe, the most important is undoubtedly the acquisition of incorrect eating habits which, in the long term, can favor overweight, metabolic diseases, fatty liver disease, gastritis, gastroesophageal reflux disease, etc.
Is thinness a universally definable characteristic or can there be substantial differences? Before analyzing the main aspects of a fattening diet, it is good to spend a few words on thinness and its meaning.
This coverage is aimed above all at those who suffer from ascertained constitutional thinness and who, as such, enjoy excellent health (eg adolescent thinness due to growth, long-lasting thinness, family inheritance due to thinness). However, there are also many conditions in which thinness has a pathological origin (psychological problems, hyperthyroidism, parasitosis – see solitary worm, tumors) or depends on alcoholism or eating disorders, such as anorexia nervosa.
If one’s thinness is accompanied by a sense of general malaise or specific disorders, it is therefore advisable to carry out a preventive medical assessment. If instead you are sure that your condition is absolutely physiological and independent of physical disorders or it is possible to intervene by adjusting one’s diet with Low Fodmap Recipe options.
Usually, those who are too thin would like to put on a few pounds to mask a body that is considered too thin. For this reason, as we have already said, often the main objective is to buy some muscle mass, limiting the gain of fat. However, a similar purpose can only be achieved if the fattening diet is accompanied by an adequate program of physical activity.
In the absence of this combination, the extra calories supplied by the diet are inevitably deposited mainly in the form of adipose tissue. The association of an adequate caloric intake with a physical activity mainly based on the use of heavy workloads, and on the right recovery times, increases the percentage of muscle mass and only marginally the fat mass.
The best method to increase body weight must respect some fundamental principles: Follow a high-calorie diet, that is with a contribution of total calories (from carbohydrates, proteins and lipids) higher than that of a normocaloric diet (which instead should allow to maintain a constant weight).
Do not increase total calories beyond + 10% of the total. For example, if the normocaloric diet of a certain individual is equal to 2,100 kcal per day, the corresponding high calorie is 2,310 kcal.
Maintain the general nutritional balance, or treat the distribution of energy nutrients, the contribution of vitamins, minerals and other nutritional components (fibers, antioxidants, prebiotics, probiotics, etc.). Keep the fat at 30 and no more than 35%. For example, in a 2,310 kcal per day high-calorie diet, 30-35% of lipids correspond to 693-809 kcal or 77-90 g.