Weight gain is a tedious task; there are many complications associated with it: What to eat? How much to eat? How to eat? Well, it is not rocket science exactly. You just need to know the right ingredients and a little creativity!
So you can take a look at the following recipes of shakes that you can make at home and gain some weight:
The Big Boy Drink
For the hard core weight gainers:
This drink is heavy mass gain recipe. If you are looking out for a big change in your physique opt for this drink.
Pina Colada Smoothie, for a nice and relaxing weight gaining drink
This particular one is not as strong as the first one and is a nice refreshing re-arrangement of the famous Pina Colada drink. The protein level and the calories are lesser than the first and can be consumed by people looking for an average weight gain.
Peanut Butter Shake
Peanut butter being high in protein always helps in the weight gain that you want for yourself. This is an easy way to increase weight and does not need too many ingredients.
Gaining weight with food is just about the amalgamation of the right type of food. If you take a look at the recipes given above you will find that certain ingredients are same. Like peanut butter and banana. Even if you find the shakes to be complex somehow, do not worry. Just add peanut butter and banana to any whey protein powder and you have a shake ready that would help you increase your weight. The trick is how to make it tasty and nice so all the various complimentary ingredients are added like rum extract, ice, ice-cream, etc.
Do not forget to hit the gym for maximum results.
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