Yes, it is possible to gain weight without worsening your metabolic markers. The rate at which you might gain weight will depend on a variety of factors, including your age, gender, body composition, and overall health. In general, when trying to gain weight it is important to focus on a combination of consuming a balanced diet that is rich in nutrients while also engaging in regular physical activity. This can help to ensure that your weight gain comes from an increase in lean muscle mass rather than from fat, so that you can continue to maintain good metabolic health.
If you are concerned about your metabolic markers or are planning to start a weight gain program, it is a good idea to talk to a healthcare professional, such as a doctor or a registered dietitian. They can assess your current health status and provide recommendations for healthy weight gain (or loss) based on your individual needs and goals.
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