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I have a celiac problem. How can i gain weight? Can anyone suggest me weight gainers ?

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In 2011 i was diagnosed celiac problem but in 2015 i completely avoided gluten

 I also gained weight but now i cant take proper diet so i am loosing weight rapidly. Please suggest me gluten-free weight gainer because i donot have enought time for consuming meals.

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Okay.  Hopefully, another member can provide you with some smoothies or shakes to drink that are gluten free.  I do not drink those.  To maintain your health, you probably need to make time to prepare some gluten free food.  What about fruit, yogurt, nuts, some vegetables (like cooking a potato in the microwave)?  

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6 minutes ago, cyclinglady said:

Okay.  Hopefully, another member can provide you with some smoothies or shakes to drink that are gluten free.  I do not drink those.  To maintain your health, you probably need to make time to prepare some gluten free food.  What about fruit, yogurt, nuts, some vegetables (like cooking a potato in the microwave)?  

Ya i eat fruits and nuts ,rice,yogurt,juice,eggs,milk,gluten free breads and brownies and muffins. Chicken shwarma....

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I aimed for a thousand extra calories a day.  I used a combo of gluten-free pretzels, raisens and nuts and kept them in a bag with me all day. Whenever I thought of it I would eat a handful till they were gone.  I ate them in addition to my regular 3 meals a day which I also tried to make a calorie rich as possible.  Don't know if it would work for you but that tactic got me up to my normal weight in about 3 or 4 weeks.

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Protein shakes with nut butters, almond milk and vegan protein powders sip on it throughout the day. I suggest Nutra Key-V-Pro or MRM Veggie elite for main protein blends supplement with extras like Jarrow Plant formula, Jarrow Pumpkin (Pumpkin is high in zinc, magnesium etc. is great for recovery). Focus on a higher fat/protein diet, for me carbs are evil, I use a ketogenic die of high fat and protein to body build. (Check LuckyVitamin.com for these)
Julian Bakery makes some great protein bars, and right now even has a sale on pumpkin and sancha inchi proteins under the peagan protein name. As a bakery owner I developed grain free ketogenic bread of just fats and proteins but you can order one that is about the same from Julian Bakery as they can ship theirs.
Nut butters on everything, avocado on everything, I make grain free nut butter and nut flour based baked goods to throw fats galore in my diet.
Probiotics might be a consideration after some healing, if your gut is still really damaged they can cause complications.

Meal wise I found eggs and omelettes to be a huge things for me and I can throw good amounts of kale, spinach and leafy greens in it, leafy greens are quite important for helping regulate nutrients and hormones. Certain foods should be avoided as a body builder like soy, and a few others. Everyone is different but some have issues with dairy I am lactose intolerant due to damage from my celiac disease (many celiacs can not process dairy very well due to the damaged villi contributing to lack of enough enzymes to break down dairy) but I would suggest to anyone to try removing dairy from their diet for 30-60 days and see if it helps with health. I mean your trying to body build/put on weight what if you body can not fully utilize dairy proteins and you just wasting your time eating it? Whey and Casein can work but in many cases vegan protein powders are better, and I will say egg protein powders and beef protein isolate are much better then either but much more expensive and some people have issues with them.
Another thought if on a high fat/protein diet you might not have enough digestive enzymes to break down all the extra protein/fats. you might consider something like Jarrow Enzymes Plus and Jarrow Bromeline to help you body break down and utilize protein betters.
I have posted a few grain free recipes in the forums that are good,  remember to watch you sugar intake and keep it low, you want to gain muscle mass so keeping your insulin stable is key. Otherwise sugar and and carb loads can contribute to fat gain in unwanted areas.
If your going for a lean muscle weight gain there are a few exercise regimes you should focus on, such as sculpting and light cardio.

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