Tired of the 105

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Aug 31, 2015 7:36pm
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Basically down to 105 lbs again.. So annoyed. Having a high metabolism is not the greatest thing ever. I want to gain weight and would like you know what foods I should be eating, etc. Yes. I've read the posts for this but really, it doesn't help me any other than making me extremely confused/frustrated.
Need someone who would be willing to walk me through all the details so I can have a better understanding of it all. I have done a small amount of research but that's where the frustration comes in.
I would like to be around 120-130 lbs if at all possible. And I am willing to do whatever it takes.. (again, if it is possible)

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Aug 31, 2015 8:55pm
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Do you eat foods with nutrients in? Because you may not be getting enough nutrients/ vitamins for your body to be able to grow muscle. And I guess you're also using body weight exercises as well. Do you lift weights? 
31 Aug
I don't track what I eat. I am going to start doing that for a week to see what everything calculates as. Then that should give me a place to start right? And I only have one dumbell I use right now for exercises that call for that.
31 Aug
You might want to start to, you can do wonders by tracking your food. And nutrients and healthy foods always help to improve your body in ways that are hard for you yourself to manage. How many kg/lbs are the weights?
31 Aug
Just 10lbs. And I started tracking before then quit for some reason
31 Aug
Try the app myfitnesspal to track what you eat and burn. Take a multivitamin/mineral supplement next to whatever you eat to be sure you get all you need. If you're not working out like some sort of pro-athlete you can just go for one that has everything around 100% of average daily needs. To much might be harmful as you also get alot through proper food. Proteines are your best friend. Search for high proteine, low fat food like tuna, turkey and cottage cheese. Check how much grams of proteines per kilogram of bodyweight per day you need. I'm not...
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