Originally Posted by sudo
There's an easy Hobbit eating routine you can follow:
First breakfast, second breakfast, elevensies, luncheon, afternoon tea, dinner, and supper
Now, if you want to gain weight the right way, you're going to have to go do some exercisin' along with your diet. Tama si SeanMartin. Kainin mo yung mga yon. You don't have to buy Whey yet. Especially, because you're just starting out. Familiarize yourself with your body first.
Mabuti na yung malaman mo yung tungkol sa nutrition ngayon. Kasi, yung ibang tao, mapayat nga sila nung bata pa sila, eh biglang tataba dahil hindi marunong mag-control ng sarili. Pareho parin kasi yung eating habits nila. Walang hintuan pag kumakain. Akala nila hindi sila tataba kasi payatin sila. Pero pag bumagal na yung metabolism, nagsisisi sila.
Anyways, kain lang ng kain tapos simulan mo na rin mag weights. Ganyan din ako dati. Nung highschool ako, tanda ko pa na 125 lbs lang ako. Tapos tuloy tuloy na hanggang naging 160 ako ngayon.
Oh yeah, I remember that:
Aragorn: Gentlemen, we do not stop till nightfall.
Pippin: What about breakfast?
Aragorn: You've already had it.
Pippin: We've had one, yes. What about second breakfast?
[Aragorn turns and walks off in disgust]
Merry: I don't think he knows about second breakfast, Pip.
Pippin: What about elevenses? Luncheon? Afternoon tea? Dinner? Supper? He knows about them, doesn't he?
Merry: I wouldn't count on it.
Sudo, when we left for the US, I looked like someone from Biafra or some poster boy from a third-world country where eating is a luxury. I was too skinny, perhaps 110 lbs (sorry I still use the English system of measurement). I was too skinny that they could have created a charity feeding program in my name
What I did was drink one glass of evaporated filled milk once a day...which is probably not too healthy. But then I started to gain a bit of weight...not too much....just enough. We were so poor, we could not even afford chicken...hehe
Dangerzone, don't be too impatient. You will get your wish if not soon then later. Being healthy does not equate being "mataba".