Honey is a huge source of calories. When you eat more calories than you burn off in a day, you gain weight.
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Honey for rapid weight gain
Honey is a huge source of calories. When you eat more calories than you burn off in a day, you gain weight. Honey digests quickly without filling you up, which can help you pack more calories into your diet. The fast-acting carbohydrates in honey can also give your muscles the energy they need to recover after a workout. To gain healthy weight, it's important to eat a balanced diet and avoid eating any one food in excess.
Rich in Calories
The average-sized man needs about 2,400 to 3,000 calories per day to maintain his weight, depending on his activity level, and the average woman needs 1,800 to 2,400. To gain weight, you need to eat more calories than it takes to maintain your current weight. Each tablespoon of honey gives you 64 calories and 17 grams of carbohydrates. If your goal is to build muscle mass, the calorie and carbohydrate boost from honey can also improve your energy levels during exercise, helping you prolong your workouts.
Speeds Up Muscle Recovery
If you're strength-training to build muscle mass and you don't have enough fat tissue to provide your body energy, you need to gain weight by eating more calories than you burn. Carbohydrates supply the fuel muscles need to rebuild themselves stronger with protein. According to a study published in the "Journal of Applied Physiology" in 2002, eating carbohydrates with protein after a workout is more effective for speeding up muscle recovery than eating carbohydrates alone. For a post-workout snack containing carbs and protein, combine honey with peanut butter on a bagel, drizzle it over granola with nuts or add it to a protein shake.
If you eat honey often but are not overweight, you're probably not at risk for diabetes. As with any food, however, it's important to practice moderation. A tablespoon of honey is considered one serving. Don't eat more than one or two servings a day, since the sugar in honey can add up quickly. Because it's important to have a balanced diet, increasing your caloric intake with honey alone won't be enough. To gain weight, eat a variety of healthful -- but high-cal -- foods to boost your calorie intake safely.
Versatile and Delicious Addition to Your Diet
Honey is a natural sweetener. Its syrupy consistency makes it a versatile topping or ingredient for snacks and desserts and a slightly more healthful alternative to refined sweeteners like white sugar. Spread it on toast or on crackers with peanut butter. Drizzle it on granola or oatmeal. Use it to increase the caloric content and sweetness of your smoothie or protein shake.
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