SeXyBaCk Wrote:What I posted was aimed at someone with the same build and metabolism as myself. I find it very hard to gain weight. I've tried to measure my body fat % on a hospital grade device and it only gives me <5%. So if I wanted to bulk up without eating tons of eggs and meat all day I probably would need some kind of high intensity additive. I don't claim they work or are effective, I just know my own body. If you're a 24 stone lardass, artificially adding foods is probably not needed right? Again, for myself, I don't have enough appetite to eat enough to gain weight, granted i did exercise about 360 times last year.
My second point wasn't an argument just an observation. Healthier lifestyle is a subjective term imo, it comes down to you looking at yourself in the mirror feeling good about yourself, your body and feeling good about your lifestyle, concluding it's healthy. If you can't do that ask your friends, do you feel I live healthily?
The measures you have to take to get fit are ultimately determined on what your starting conditions are. So I want to add that any advice I've given is for someone of normal weight and fitness and just wants to feel a bit healthier and generally better about himself.
Do you know how many calories you eat during the day? The reason I'm saying this, is because only then you can know how much you have to eat more. Right now it's still a wild guess. It's the same with bulking, people vastly overrate how much calories they need. The best you can do is see how much you eat today, start eating more and see how your body adjusts.
If you don't enjoy eating a lot, you can always pick sports such as swimming. You can get an amazing build from swimming and i think your diet has to be less strict then with bodybuilding. Since you burn off so many calories anyway.