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Old 03-27-2013, 07:46 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
You are underweight and a teen. You should always eat when you are hungry. Your requirements are not numbers on paper. I recommended setting minimums, not maximums.

Listen to your body. You aren't going to get fat eating 80% good foods and listening to your body.

When you feel hungry you need to eat until full, and then eat a little more just so you can gain some weight.

Getting fat requires years and years of over eating. Even us adults who "get fat" and gain 40-50 pounds did so over the course of a decade or more. And even then, we ate a lot of junk food.

It requires a mammoth effort to get fat in a very short period of time eating mostly clean food.
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