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How to Gain Weight by ExtraBaggageClaim How to Gain Weight by ExtraBaggageClaim
This is a guide on a simple diet plan to help with purposeful weight gain without racking up the grocery bill, and even some ideas for keeping it healthy! This is meant for feeders, feeds or anyone looking to purposefully gain weight who's having some problems with their fast metabolism! Share with any feeder/feedee/other person looking to pack on pounds. 

If you're a gainer/feedee/feeder and want to share this with anyone feel free to repost, as long as you link back to my page as the creator and tell me in a note first. If you want more details on what makes this work and other options send me a note with your question. A lot was simplified here, so if you notice something not totally right just note that this is the very basics, boiled down quite a bit.
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Burningblaster Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
This will so help make Weight Gain easier! ^w^
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ExtraBaggageClaim Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hope so! Keep in touch if you make some progress!
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Burningblaster Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
Alright!
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Vyctorian Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2018   Digital Artist
Useful, been slowly gaining my the seat of my pants for a while now but a guide is helpful too ~
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ExtraBaggageClaim Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hope this helps!! Good luck!
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RedVelvetAlice Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2018
Saving for later. 
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ExtraBaggageClaim Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
A good idea :D
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tommmmmmmy Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2017
  I’m extremely impressed with your HOW TO GAIN WEIGHT help.   Everything you state makes perfect sense.  
  Couple you please give me as much further details as possible in how I can raise my weight set point.   Right now I haven’t been able to go past 220 lbs. no matter how much I eat.   I want to grow much fatter.  20 Years ago my set point was around 160 lbs.   I want to raise it to at least 275 lbs or more.    I would very much appreciate any help you can give me.  

Thanks very much.
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walkercook12 Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2017
Wow! Thank you so much for this! I try and follow this as much as I can! I have some questions tho, is it ok if I note you?
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ExtraBaggageClaim Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Sure thing
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derpaherpderp123 Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2017
I never knew about this
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ExtraBaggageClaim Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
For what it's worth, this is just a way to gain weight if you're health conscious and have problems with a fast metabolism, I am planning on making a guide for people willing to risk their health if that interests you, though I will still recommend this method in that for anyone else!
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kuntry85 Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2016
Will this really work
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ExtraBaggageClaim Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
According to a dietician I talked to :) The idea is that if you have a slow metabolism just increasing calories will work fine, but if you don't you need to make your body think it actually needs to gain weight to survive. It helps to make calorie goals on my fitness pal. Don't eat consistently on the regular week days, but still try to hit 3000 cals if possible.
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RiftWalker Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I hope to try this out someday.
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blackgeno Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2016
are these real tips to gain weight with no problems?
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ExtraBaggageClaim Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Not no problems, but less problems. It's just a way to effectively minimize cost, risk and stop it from.being foiled by a fast metabolism
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blackgeno Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2016
okay and I thought you had to eat a lot, like even eat when you are full and totally stuffed if someone had a fast metabolism?
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ExtraBaggageClaim Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Kinda, but your body tries it's best to keep you at a set weight by speeding up your metabolism unless you trick it into thinking you need extra fat
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blackgeno Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2016
so you shouldn't stuffed your stomach to the extreme?
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ExtraBaggageClaim Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You should, but if you look at the guide and read it ll it's about not doing it with constant consitancy
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blackgeno Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2016
okay then. but does this mean different for both women and man?
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ExtraBaggageClaim Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Kind of, but not in super consistent ways. As a general rule men have more muscle mass without exercising so they burn more calories than a woman of similar height, so higher calorie intake might be needed, but for the most part both men and women have their bodies trying to keep weight at a certain level that usually goes up as you age. If that point is naturally low you need to make your body think gaining weight has a survival advantage, ie. by making it think food isn't always available.
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chubbyloverinak Featured By Owner May 31, 2016
linked on /r/stuffers over at reddit. Hope that's okay.
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ExtraBaggageClaim Featured By Owner May 31, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Should be no problem, thanks for letting me know :)
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hiddan1997 Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2016  Hobbyist
I'd have to admit that this can most likely be used as a VERY helpful tip to either keep from gaining or to gain as much as possible in a short duration of time. Skimming down and reading the earlier comments, I'd have to say that gaining maybe a gamble. Although, it's good to see you provided tips to avoid running into major health hazards, I doubt the human heart can keep up with so much fatty tissue. Call me out if I'm wrong, but blood pressure maybe a factor when it comes to gaining so much. If it's not an issue, I'd be glad to see that someone could benefit either way from the information you've provided.
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TheSoylentOrange Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2016  Professional Writer
Thank you for adding in the health tips to this.  I won't go so far as to claim this "advocates self-harm" as some more reactionary posters have, but there are definite health risks involved in this lifestyle and it's good to present remedies. It is, after all, a choice whether to take on the risk, and whether you were posting this, a cocktail mixing how-to, a guide for tattoos/piercings/etc., or whatever, it's important to keep in mind that there are associated risks and to address them so that readers can make informed and ultimately best-fitting for them decisions. :)
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ExtraBaggageClaim Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for noting that! One of the big reasons I did this list was to present a method for people who wanted to gain that didn't compromise health as much since a lot of gainers just eat lots of junk food. Not that there's anything wrong with that lifestyle, there are just people that would rather avoid it, since gaining and staying relatively healthy isn't impossible :P Means a lot to have someone appreciate that element.
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TheSoylentOrange Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2016  Professional Writer
There isn't anything wrong with that lifestyle, there's just not much right to it, either, heh.  It's the difference between bungee jumping off a professional, safety-tested rig, and doing it off a bridge with some stuff thrown together from your garage.  Both provide the same thrill, but one is much easier to continue living normally afterwards. ^^;
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ExtraBaggageClaim Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
XD That is one of the most blunt and effective analogies I've ever heard.
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TheSoylentOrange Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2016  Professional Writer
It's a serious issue that needs both bluntness and effectiveness. ^^;

Honestly, whatever your fetish lifestyle is, you should treat it like elective surgery- do it wrong and you could be ruining your life for nothing.
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ExtraBaggageClaim Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
In the end it makes sense. Some recent studies do suggest that obesity doesn't actually cause that many health problems, it's just the foods that cause obesity also cause health problems, which makes something like this feel somewhat more important. Anyways, thanks for the comments and the nice conversation :)
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TheSoylentOrange Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2016  Professional Writer
You too. o/
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timportlon Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2015
Oh perfect, you explain all very well. I understand this is a simple guide and is not for everyone, but you are saying that you could follow a 7 days diet, four of them eating until late and the other three like eat regularly, try eat the less posible and eat a lot of whatever you want, but for practically effects, how can you follow that diet? I mean, start the week with the four days diet and after the three days diet or I should follow Monday->eat until late, Tuesday->like eat regularly, Wednesday->eat until late, Thursday->try eat the less posible,...
Thank you.
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ExtraBaggageClaim Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Start on the first of the set of four that follow a regular pattern, and move onto the three special days after that.
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EnergyToBeauty Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2015
I like the idea of making use of the jojo effect.
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Acronym01 Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2015
For my 2 cents i think it's a fascinating approach, and I am curious to know what the end results would be if one did adhere to this regime.  I also share your sentiments expressed above. Fantastic, good sir.
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Thickstick22 Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2015
I've got to copy these to my pc
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Vellidragon Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hmm, interesting... Wasn't expecting a serious guide when I clicked this. Seems to be in line with ideas I've seen elsewhere. I seem to be virtually unable to put on weight in the more conventional manner, so the info may come in handy once I've got my life in order enough to seriously worry about it - thanks.
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ballincourt3 Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2015  Student Writer
Nice guide, and drawing as always. Hope your "conflict of interest" is over with.
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ExtraBaggageClaim Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I don't think my conflict of interest will ever need over with, just something to deal with. Either way, glad you like the work that went into this :)
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taryn-german Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2015
Fucking disgusting. My best friend who is a nurse just tore her ACL having to carry a fattie like that to an operating table with only one other nurse. Thanks for ruining someone's life.
Also, reported, for advocating self-harm.
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zoom98 Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
So it's EBC's fault for your nurse's hospital being deliberately understaffed? Also, it isn't self-harm to those who reject the foolhardy notion that fatness is always unhealthy.
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Macroph Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2015
As a large woman I'm curious about this "self harm" bit. It appears to me that he is trying to reduce potential harm. And I don't feel as though I've harmed myself considering my check up always display that I'm just as healthy as and of you skinny folks. I take offence to being called disgusting since I am the product Of weight gain. I feel comfortable in my stretched skin. I am however concerned for your friend. It sounds like she has very poor work safety And perhaps being told to lift a big load that she obviously wasn't capable handling is grounds for a grievance. Also she breached confidentiality with someone who obviously cannot keep it confidential. Unfortunate. If this offends you I would just wander off. This community is clearly not for you Because we will not be shamed. Have a lovely day.
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ExtraBaggageClaim Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hey, this is long, but read it. I deserve that much.

Thanks for the report! I'm a regular guy with a really weird fetish, and I happen to make a third of my livelihood from art commissions, so any damage to my account is actually bad for my career!

It's funny too, I've always had a guilt with my fetish since I feel like i'm promoting people to be unhealthy, and have always felt personally related to women who want to gain weight, and wanted to make a guide that was based not around just stuffing your face with grease and instead was healthy and fit into someone's real life. 

Oh! More, too! Fatty, not fattie. That's an unfortunate story but something I have nothing to do with, and neither do women who prefer their bodies larger.

AND LET'S CONTINUE! The thanks for ruining lives comment is funnier because damaging my account genuinely damages my livelihood. 

Basically, I really wish you had've dealt with your concerns directly with me, because this was incredibly rude, and embarrassing for the both of us. I wanted to help women who fight cultural subjugation to have the body they WANT to have by offering a healthier option that consists of more than increasing caloric intake, which you took to the liberty of reporting. And notice the capitalization of WANT? That's because I am not forcing this on anyone. This is a choice some people choose to make, and I want to help those people, partly because of the sick guilt instilled in me for who I am, partly because I like helping people. 

Now, to the good news. I appreciate you standing up for what you believe to be righteous, the internet could use more of that, but there were better ways to do that. Talk to me directly, I'm a human being too, and you might find out something. If you don't like fat people I can't stop that, but people can be fat and happy just fine, despite your beliefs, and I'd rather your hatred not be taken out on me. Please think more before you act next time, and try a more civilized approach. 
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98SunWukong89 Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
If you can't deal with public criticism then you shouldn't put your work into a public forum.  
The issue here isn't about your art, it's about the fact that you're advocating a eating disorder.  This diet is not only unhealthy but will also lead to lifelong and potentially irreversible health problems.
Draw obese women all you want, but do not give advice that perpetuates a serious illness 
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ExtraBaggageClaim Featured By Owner Edited Mar 10, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Buddy, read what I've written and actually listen. Not a great debate partner if you just shout your own nonsense assuming what I've said instead of reading it, are you? I'm not advocating much here, I'm helping those who would do it themselves anywyas be healthier about it. As for being okay with public criticism? Perfectly fine with in. Not fine with having a part of my income some under attack for helping people.

Lemme just drop some info on you. There are people who have a natural imperative; sometimes sexual sometimes not, to gain weight, but doing so with metabolism control instead of just pure unhealthy gluttony is better for you. As far as health goes depression is proven to be more damaging to your health than obesity, so I'd rather people be fat than unhappy. To add to that, smoking, frequent drinking, a lack of exercise (which I never advocate here), a high grease diet (which I also mention to avoid) are all more damaging to your health than obesity. Yes, we live in a culture where fat is seen as the be all end all of health, but every study says that isn't true, and MOST health damage by obesity is now thought to be caused by the social repercussions caused by other people. I'm not going out there forcing people to gain weight, nor am I telling people what to want, I'm simply trying to make a helpful guide for those who would already do this.

Statistics say that a happy obese person is healthier than a thin sad person nine out of ten times. So if someone is made happy by gaining weight what's worse for them. 

Picture me as whatever kind of villain you want, but listen to me and think about what I say instead of assuming your own malarky. 
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98SunWukong89 Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
you keep using the word 'helping people' and 'healthy'

Firstly, the World Health Organization defines obesity as 'a condition of abnormal or excessive weight gain that impairs health'  so please stop saying that you're helping people.  Regardless of how you go about it, the human body wasn't designed to support excessive amounts of weight gain.

Secondly, you're a artist not a dietitian.  You're not in a position where you should be giving any advice on people's eating habits.  

Third, where's the evidence to support what you're saying?  show me a single, peer reviewed article that backs up any of the claims you've made about obesity and mental/physical health.

By excessively increasing weight you're increasing the risk of developing cardiovascular disease, hypertension, osteoporosis, sleep apnoea, complications during pregnancy, cancer, gastroesophageal reflux disease and an early death

(www.who.int/mediacentre/factsh…)

(www.nhmrc.gov.au/_files_nhmrc/…)
if these aren't enough for you, i can go find a dozen more like them.

This is not a question of the kind of person you are, my issue here is not you.  It's the spread of information that is not backed by hard evidence from people that do not understand the greater implications that excessive weight gain has on human physiology
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ExtraBaggageClaim Featured By Owner Edited Mar 10, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You're smart. Fairly smart anyways, but your argument skills are weak, focusing on the points where you're strongest while ignoring what I'm saying, thus avoiding any real argument and instead listing rants. I never said being overweight wasn't unhealthy, so bringing up things that say it is is absolutely pointless. I also said inactivty is worse than obesity psychcentral.com/news/2015/01/… and that the social repercussions were thought to be more deadly than the physical side effects www.slate.com/articles/health_… . We all know depression is bad for the health www.ulifeline.org/articles/396… so someone who is made happy by gaining weight has reason to. 

I am not a dietician, but I have consulted with one for this project, since I wanted to do this topic justice. And lastly, my major point is that I'm not telling anyone what to do, and that's the one everything you've said rests on, and the one you haven't targeted. You simply moved on as if your foundation wasn't collapsed immediately. Facts and statements don't do much when you haven't aimed at the right targets, so try harder next time.

No, my articles aren't peer reviewed, they just reference ones that are. I didn't have time to fully navigate or pay for access to the google scholars pages. But the research is there, not that it matters, since you never attacked the one argument that was worth anything.

I've told people to gain weight to the same extent the guy who wrote Building Chairs For Dummies told people to build chairs.
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