I agree with the others, but, it’s not really that hard. On top of whatever your currently eating, try adding some calorie dense foods. Example - Oats, 300 cals for a cup, peanut butter, something like 100 cals per tablespoon, WHOLE eggs, WHOLE milk, adding olive oil to foods etc. You can EASILY add 500-1000 cals without even thinking about it.
I love people who say shit like this. You are not the original poster so you don’t know the exact situation he is in. For some of us it is NOT easy to add calories, it can actually be a huge pain in the ass leaving you feeling stuffed and bloated all damn day. It does get better after time, it just takes alot of time.
Liquid calories though maybe not the worlds healthiest food choice arent going to kill you and make things alot easier. I have a hell of a time gaining weight unless I’m consuming 2-3 600 calorie shakes a day, and i still feel like ass 50% of the time.
Rotlex, I am on your side with this one. I used to think that I was eating big and then I realised that I was only getting around 4,000 kcal a day. I have got that up to 5,000 by doing little things like a tablespoon of natural whole egg mayonnaise on my vegies, a scoop of peanut butter, half a handfull of jerky, a tablespoon of fish oil.
Even a damn cheeseburger every now and then instead of a turkey sandwhich. (I only started doing this to get rid of the nightmares I was having about prof x eating me for his PWO meal).
Getting your calories up a bit does not mean having to eat a whole extra meal. There are plenty of calorie dense foods that wont make you feel bloated. They usually taste pretty damn good too.