Beef weight gain on grass

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4258441 tn?1351822696 I have had food testing done and no problems with wheat or such. When I go off wheat or sugar I actually gain weight. Last week was sick with flu and barely ate.....and gained 4 pounds. I have kept track of my calories, get regular exercise, and eat quite healthily. I do not eat fast food, I make my own everything, grass-fed beef, smoothies, raw milk..... Help me please.
Avatar f tn First make sure you are supervised by a medical doctor. Gaining weight is like loosing weight. We need to know if we are healthy first before we go doing anything. See your doctor an rule out any eating disorder, hormonal issues or stress. When you say you want to gain weight by a certain date, it indicates an urgency verses a positive weight gain. See a doctor.
Avatar n tn Hello, im the same im 19 im 5ft 2 and i struggle so much to put weight on im healthy and toned... Im 6st 13lb ive never been over 7st 5lb, i was told pasta was good for gaining weifht and it being healthy and right but ime not sure if it does ..
Avatar f tn Thanks for the info. I'm scheduled to see my dr in January. I eat the same basic things b/c I'm allergic to beef, fish, chicken, pretty much anything but pork. My meds haven't changed much. My dr is working on taking me off my anxiety/depression medication slowly. I have tried the logic of 6 small meals instead of only 1 large meal a day. I stopped that when the weight gain started. I think I'm gonna start a food journal cause as you said, watch the little things.
Avatar f tn Whether one does better on meat or not is an individual thing. Eating too much isn't a good idea, and not all meat is created equal -- beef and pork, for example, are very high in fat, whereas buffalo and venison are lower in fat than many vegetarian foods. Just depends on what you eat and how well you digest it. Some are born to be vegetarian, some are not just as a few people are born with the enzyme to digest dairy but most people aren't. We're not all the same.
Avatar f tn As you said your weight is 42-45kgs and you want to gain some weight. Then, you are suggested to follow few things; Have a apple slice with peanut butter, bread with mayonnaise but make sure all these things will not effect your baby's health. Eat oats, Drink milk and other high-calorie beverages, drink plenty of water. Take Low-Fat Dairy Products (yogurt, cheese and milk products).
Avatar f tn My mom tells me not to eat to much with a lot of salt because I guess it causes you to gain weight or swell idk though but idk ts fine to eat it but not to much
Avatar f tn It calculates your body mass index based on your starting weight and height and plots your current weight on a chart which shows what the healthy range is for your body. I find it useful because I don't have to do the math myself. I check it about once every 1 or 2 weeks. It's right on target with what my doctor told me to gain so I trust it. Just keep in mind that your weight gain is not necessarily linear either.
Avatar f tn It's normal to gain that much weight during pregnancy. I would talk to your doctor before dieting or just wait until after the baby is born. Everyone realizes your pregnant. There is nothing to be embarrassed about.
Avatar f tn Well you're suppose to gain weight. You can't stop it. Not everyone gains weight. But as long as you're eating healthy and exercising then the weight you're gaining the baby needs and will most likely all drop off after birth.
Avatar f tn m sure you are gorgeous!! Most would envy being that tall and feeling like they could gain a little weight. But we all know, the grass isn't always greener.
Avatar m tn yea i already lift heavy ... around 180 pounds on bench press and 50 pounds on biceps.. but nothing has worked !! I am planning to take mega mass 4000 ... is it okay ?
649848 tn?1534633700 Good morning... we're up for a bright, sunshiny day and it looks like it's going to be another hot one. I'm back home again and I was right - I did put on some weight, but I hope it's not going to last very long. I began having trouble with my stomach and by the time we got home, I was so bloated, it was unreal... I can't believe how I used to eat when we lived up north - every time I go up there, I get the reminders...
Avatar n tn Also, people who were active and stop, as you were forced to do, get a metabolism slowdown that can cause weight gain, just as starting up exercise gets a metabolism speed-up. So some weight will come off naturally as you slowly get back to your routine of exercising and your body responds. But tell us what you're eating now.
Avatar n tn t see it as a food to eat a lot of because no matter how you raise it the fat content is high on purpose, although I agree grass fed beef is better than corn fed. But again, I have no axe to grind, I don't believe in eating by ideology because generalizations usually fall apart when applied to the individual. Peace.
Avatar n tn Hi, it certainly sounds like you're allergic to something in the beef, & you might have given us a clue on solving it by saying you are allergic to penicillin The beef industry in the U.S. is a heavy user of antibiotics, including penicillin. They use the stuff because they do industrial beef farming, where the cattle are crowded into gigantic factory farms & fed corn to fatten them up quickly.
649848 tn?1534633700 We have also stopped eating much beef (husband has been reading up on steroids in beef) and so maybe that has helped. I'm down a mere .2 of a pound from last week, but since last week got sort of an accidental weight-loss boost from the little bout of food poisoning I got the day before weigh-in, I think that's not so bad. Son is off to Outdoor School this week.
Avatar m tn Now he is on hay and grain twice a day and still gets time to graze on what little grass is left. He goes through a bag of grain a week and still he hasnt but on very much weight. I have been thinking about upping his hay intake and have been adding beet pulp corn oil and molasses to his grain. this seemed to help a tiny bit but not enough. any ideas of how to get this guy to gain some weight would be awesome. he has no vices and no medical conditions that are stopping him..
Avatar f tn I know, today most all women and teenagers ask "how to loose weight" but because of my genetics, I'm very small. I've tried gaining weight, and eating more food, but it won't stick. I'm 16 years old, and I know I'm not done growing. and to be honest, I don't really want to get fatter, I just want to gain some healthy weight. I know exercise can help me get in shape, but I don't have enough calories to burn to do exercises.
Avatar f tn I eat every 2 hours at least or I get really low. Does anyone have any advice on how to keep sugars stable and lose weight? I never had this problem until a year or so ago. I'm 5'8" and my goal weight is 130#. I don't think that is unreasonable, just not sure how to get there. My diet is constant snacks like yogurt, almonds, cottage cheese, veggies and very little fruit because that spikes my sugar and then it drops, chicken, lean beef and I love beans on salads and things.
Avatar m tn I absolutely hate bread, corn, and most sweets (except for a tiny bit of chocolate on occasion). My parents try to help me gain weight by buying me pizza, pasta, and other things, but I don't like those anymore either and they assume I lie about it because I used to enjoy those foods as a teenager. I've lost around 25 lbs since the age of 15 due to my change in preference.
768251 tn?1256734583 ll probably gain the weight back. What you need is a permanent change in your diet, cutting back on the simple sugars such as white flour and sweets and such and the bad fats such as fatty cuts of beef, and increasing calorie burning. That's the only long-term method of losing weight.
Avatar f tn the only way you could find this out is to have you LFT's done now then stop the wheat grass for a few months and test again. Or stop the wheat grass for a few months, test then test again after starting back on the wheat grass. What you would be looking for is an increase in the LFT's which would tell you that your liver doesn't like it.