Our expert says:
The key is that as you put on weight through diet, you have to train as well, so that you can "control" the distribution of the weight and also the composition - it's never a good thing to increase body fat levels (well, it can be, but not unless you are very unhealthy to begin with), so what you want is to increase lean mass as well as body weight. That means exercise. Now, your situps are one thing, but I would also suggest you look into some other forms of exercise, preferably some cardio, like cycling, taebo, spinning etc, and also some weight training in the gym. If you do that, then you'll find that you increase your weight, without getting "Fatter", which is desirable. But also, just bear in mind that coming from 45kg, any increase in mass will seem like a large one, but don't panic, because you're heading towards "normal". But try to combine exercise and get to a gym if you can!
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