Ok here is what I ate today. I am just eating as much as I can and whatever I want.[/quote]
In your post, you said that you are looking to GAIN 15 pounds. If this is a typical day of eating, and if you train with any kind of intensity, you’re not going to achieve your goal, so I added on some suggestions for you.
1/2 a cup of raw oats mixed 2 cups of low fat milk and brown sugar[/quote]
Cook the oats, drink a glass of whole milk, get rid of the brown sugar, and eat an apple or some berries instead.
About 20 pita chips[/quote]
Ditch the starchy carbs. Eat a big handful of almonds or nuts instead. Wash it down with green tea.
Medium sized grilled steak with
mushrooms and onions. A cup of white rice. 2 scoops of vanilla ice cream.[/quote]
Mmmmmmmmmm…steak is good. Get rid of the white rice. Substitute a little brown rice and add on a truckload of whatever green vegetables you can tolerate. (Seems like most men never eat anything green) Toss the ice cream. Eat some healthy fats, why don’tcha? Drizzle some virgin olive oil on your vegetables, or take some fish oil instead.
Hey. You forgot to eat in the afternoon! How about some cottage cheese? Turkey? More nuts? Tuna? Eat something, for goodness sakes!
This ain’t nothing but useless starchy carbs. You want to add muscle, don’t you? Eating all these processed carbs at night is detrimental to your goal of adding 15 pounds! Sheesh! You need lean meats, poultry or fish here, not pizza. You want to eat bread? Make SURE it’s whole grain bread. More green veggies at dinner, too. And some more fish oil.
Do you workout at night or before dinner? Then have a protein shake, and put some healthy fat in it. I like the chocolate flavor, and I put in a tablespoon of natural peanut butter.
You have to eat more food and it has to be healthy food if you want to add muscle. You also have to train like a Mofo, too. Since you didn’t mention your workout regime, I will assume you are here because you are already training hard and heavy. So, search around this site for a good bulking diet to follow. There are quite a few experts on nutrition here, and all their advice is free.