Weight Gain and Ling Zhi

Are you too embarrassed to work out because you're too skinny?

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Well, skinny payatots avoid going to the gym because they feel inferior when lifting weights next to hulks in the room. So they try to gain weight. Some have even tried a Chinese medicine called Ling Zhi.

While a number of people have raved about how Ling Zhi effectively helped them gain weight, a number of reports concerning side effects have also surfaced:

  • Bloated face

  • Dry skin

  • Rashes or pimples

Some have even reported that medical tests showed the presence of steriods in their blood. More dramatic stories tell of how an asthmatic patient eventually died because of complications brought about by Ling Zhi.

Could it be that those are cases brought about by taking fake ling zhi? Gain you still gain weight with the magical properties of real ling zhi? And where can this be purchased?

I don't know about you, but it may be better to keep away from such medicines. Or better yet, please consult with your doctor. For all you know, you might be suffering from hyperthyroidism, which may explain why it's so hard for you to add pounds (or kilos) even if you eat 8 times a day, or even if you religiously take prophan multivitamins (with iron supplement), or even appetens.

If you're healthy, you might wish to try the common sense way to healthily and sensibly look better with added weight. Yes, you need to get enough sleep, the proper nutrition, and the right amount and type of exercise.

Check out the Fast Weight Gain System today, and see what you've been missing out on.

[ First posted on 10/13/2007 by Manuel Viloria ]

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