At the risk of beating a dead horse over what seems to be a real controversy among the "experts" on the best approach for bulking up I am really confused.
What is the best way - the bulking "see-food" approach or the add calories gradually approach?
If I work out hard on a good routine why won't my body signal the metabolism via hunger mechanism to eat more food, naturally without me having to force-feed myself?
Bulking up "see-food" approach just gets me fat, gradual approach takes a long time and it gets discouraging not seeing tangible gains - and then I read some people all the time who say "in order to get big you must eat, eat, eat and eat some more, etc". How is it good for the body to overload the digestive system, the heart, and eventually get health problems like diabetes?
Seems better to me to listen to my body - if its hungry it wants more food in order to grow - and eat until comfortably full, never letting myself get too hungry between meals - if not, force feeding will only lead to gaining fat.
I would appreciate your thoughts/experiences or if you can point me to some good articles on this subject that would be great.
Thanks in advance!