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- April 13, 2003 at 4:28 am #249291
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> Sorry if this is off topic, Does anyone have any food ideas that
will help my
> 7 yr old put some weight on hes about 47 inches tall and weighs 41
> doctor has said not dangerously under weight just on the small
side, he is on a
> medication ADHD, it has a side effect of appetite suppressant, He
> told to, we want him to gain about 5-8 lbs to help bulk up, any
> heard avacados are a good idea that is healthy, but how do you make
> prepare it in a good form, I don’t want him to gain weight
> cupcakes and junk, since adhd already causes hyperactivity and
> drinks like ensure and Boost have corn syrup in them he CANNOT have
> all, basically what foods wull help him gain weight????
I have the other problem where my one child is only 9 and is almost
5′ tall and weighs 135 lbs. We don’t feed our kids junk (hardly ever)
but I think that healthy fats like peanut butter and banana grilled
sandwiches ( yup that’s right, by the way these were Elvis P’s
favorite) Just like grilled cheese but with peanut butter and banana
slices or mashed. Avacados are great in a sandwich with cream cheese,
sprouts and some nice seasoning.
Eggs, cheeses, and meats are good sources of fats too. Just take your
time and don’t expect him to gain quickly.
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