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High Protein Foods Items for Weight Gain



 Do you hate your skinny body? 


 Do you looking for solutions to increase weight?

 Well, increasing weight is not a big concern, the main concern is what solution you are applying. I mean you can undoubtedly gain some pounds by eating junk food.

 But it’s unhealthy.

 Along with food, you still need doing some physical exercise or practicing gym, otherwise, your belly looks weird.

 In this article, you will discover some of the nutritious foods rich in protein which helps you to gain weight.

 Along with I also share some fabulous recipes that help in gaining weight.

 Getting started:

  • How much weight should you gain according to your age?
  • Yummy Proteins for boost your weight
  • Conclusion

 How Much Weight should you gain according to your age?

 Well, two things height and age indicate what your body weight should be. 

 You can refer to this weight chartto see if you’re on the right track or not.

Before jump to foods with big open mouth. First, you need determining how much calories and protein you should eat for weight gain.

Either you can follow this calorie chart below or calculate calories from calorieand protein calculator.

Two types of nutrients help you to gain weight that is protein and fat.

Don’t get scared of the word “fat”. People often think that by eating foods contains fat will cause your slim stomach into the creepy tummy.

Yummy Proteins for Boost your Weight

 Some millions of food items provide us protein. I am listing out some of the delicious food you may include in your diet.

Peanut butter (2 tbsp = 7 grams protein)

Chicken Breast (31 g Protein in 100 grams)

Oats (100 g = 16.9 grams protein)

Cottage cheese (4oz = 13g protein)

Greek Yogurt (100 grams = 10g protein)

Milk (100 grams = 3.4 g)

Broccoli (1 cup = 2.6 g)

Lean beef (100 grams = 26 g protein)

Tuna (3oz = 20 gram of protein)

Quinoa (100 g of quinoa = 4.4 g protein)

Ezekiel Bread (1 slice = 5g protein)

Pumpkin seeds (100 grams = 29.84 g protein)

Turkey Breast (100 grams = 22 grams protein)

Salmon (20 g = 100 grams of protein)

Eggs (1 egg = 6g protein)

 But how you going to consume it?

 Don’t worry I am going to add some recipes.

 1. Oatmeal banana with Peanut butter 

 Calories intakes: 472

 Proteins: 18.3 grams

 Serving: 1

 Cooking time: 10 Mins

 Type: Veg

 Best time to consume: Breakfast


 1/2 cup oats

 1 cup creamy milk.

 1 sliced banana

 2 tsp peanut butter

 1 tsp honey

 How to cook:

  • Take a bowl and add oats.
  • Pour out milk into the bowl. Let soak for 1-2 minutes.
  • Take out the pan and transfer all stew into it.
  • Cook with medium flame and cook until oats become soft.
  • After cooking, pour boiled oats into a bowl.
  • Add 1-2 tsp peanut butter.
  • Include honey.
  • Agitate it well and add banana slice toppings.

 2. Egg sandwich with avocado layers

 Calories intake: 469

 Protein: 42 grams

 Serving: 1

 Cooking time: 5 min

 Type: Veg

 Best time to consume: Breakfast


 2 pieces of bread

 1 avocado sliced.

 1 cup of cottage cheese.

 2 eggs

 Salt and pepper

How to cook:

  • Toast the bread slice.
  • In the same time boil the eggs into the pan.
  • Cut the avocado into long slices.
  • Take out the toasted bread, spread cottage cheese paste over it.
  • Place avocado layers on the top of the bread.
  • Place the boiled eggs on top of the avocado.
  • Add toppings as you prefer (salt, black pepper)

 3. Cheesy omelette with chicken sausage 

 Calories intake: 409

 Protein: 59.8 grams

 Serving: 1

 Cooking time: 15 minutes

 Type: Non-veg

 Best time to consume: Breakfast


1 whole egg

3 egg whites

3 chicken sausages sliced



Black pepper

2 tsp olive oil


 How to cook:

  • Take out the bowl, whisk 3 egg whites and 1 whole egg with salt, chopped onion, and pepper.
  • Place the pan into gas and add oil, boil a little bit and throw the chicken sausages.
  • Cook for 1 minute.
  • Take out sausages into a bowl.
  • Add the egg mixture in the same pan and spread out.
  • When the eggs are half cooked, spread cheese and chicken slices over it.
  • Fold the egg and cook for 30 seconds on low flame.
  • Flip the fold and again cook for 30 seconds.
  • Transfer it on a plate.
  • Add coriander leaves as a topping. 

 4. Delicious chicken breast

 Calories intake: 561

 Protein: 105 grams

 Serving: 1

 Cooking time: 20 mins (Prep: 10 + Cook: 10 mins)

 Type: Non-veg

 Method: Pressure cooker

 Best time to consume: Lunch/Dinner


 1/3 cup water or chicken broth

 1/4 cup soy sauce

 1/4 cup honey

 2 garlic minced

 12 oz skinless breasts.

 1/4 black pepper

 2 tsp corn starch

 How to cook:

  • Add water or broth, chopped onions, garlic, soy sauce and salt in the pressure cooker.
  • Stir well
  • After 1 min of heating, seal the lid.
  • Set high pressure.
  • Adjust cook time to 11 mins.
  • When the cooker beeps, turn it off.
  • Leave it for 10 mins until all steam is out.
  • In the meantime take a pan and add 2 tsp corn starch, 1 tsp water.
  • Cook until the mixture becomes thick.
  • Open the lid of the pressure cooker.
  • Take out the chicken and sliced it.
  • Transfer chicken into the corn starch liquid.
  • Serve with rice or any way you want.

 Note:If you want to eat in multiple servings, you can use a food dehydrator to preserve it for a longer time. It stays fresh and dry.

Note:You can also cook turkey breast in the same style as we cook this chicken breast in the pressure cooker.

 5. Salmon 6 oz

 Ah salmon, what can I say about you. I have been craving for you all my entire life.

 Calories intake: 354 

 Protein: 34 gram

 Serving: 1

 Cooking time: 20-25 min

 Type: Non-veg

 Best time to eat: Any


 6 oz salmon slices

 1 cup of water.

 1 lemon thinly sliced.

 Salt and pepper.

 1/4 cup lemon dill sauce.

 How to cook: 

  • Discharge water in the pressure cooker and heat up a little.
  • Place salmon slices into the water.
  • Add salt, pepper.
  • Cover salmon using lemon thin round slices.
  • Put the lid on the cooker.
  • Cook on high pressure for 10 minutes.
  • After timer beeps, turn off the cooker.
  • Allow it to sit until all steam out.
  • Pour lemon dill sauce on the top of it and serve in a plate.
  • Use food dehydrator for leftover, and eat any time you want.

 NoteFood dehydrator is a kitchen appliance used to preserve food by drying out the water from the food. Typically used for fruits, vegetables, animals protein like meat, chicken.

 Well, now you know how much calories and proteins you need per day. Make sure to increase calories week by week to increase your capacity.

 Moreover, get a piece of advice from a gym trainer. He will guide you which exercises are beneficial to gain weight.

 Follow these above recipes and I will ensure you, you will gain 10-15 pounds in a month.

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The Ellen Hermanson Foundation Auctions Off Jackets To Save Women’s Lives Part 3



We told you about the Ellen Hermanson Foundation, annual Summer Gala to raise funds for women and breast cancer. Tomorrow night is the auction of denim jackets painted by famous artists. We told you about Shani Grosz and Roger Sichel who have created rocking jean jackets. Today Jane Elissa whose jackets are a staple in the Broadway community.

Jane also donated a pillow and painting.

Jane Elissa is a New York based artist creating artwork on canvas combining elements of paint, created appliques, collage, beads, vintage materials and tapestries. Each unique piece tells a story capturing the imagination, emotions and point of view that is uniquely hers. She has many celebrity clients and her work has been featured on national morning shows as well as QVC and HSN.

Eddie Redmayne’s jacket Jane did for him fro Cabaret

For the past 30 years, Jane has been voluntarily raising money for cancer and leukemia research through her benefits and designs. We are honored to add Jane Elissa’s collectibles to our product line as a percentage of each sale will be donated to charities.

Jane Elissa

The Ellen Hermanson Breast Center is designated as a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence by the American College of Radiology (ACR).  The Center offers a wide spectrum of breast health services, including education, early detection screenings and breast cancer treatment and support. The Center utilizes state-of-the-art diagnostic techniques, including computer-assisted mammography, ultrasound and a breast biopsy system that locates breast abnormalities and obtains tissue samples.

Breast cancer is a mind-numbing experience, not only for each patient, but for their families and friends. In a time of tremendous stress, Stony Brook Southampton Hospital’s Ellen Hermanson Breast Center offers a comprehensive patient-centric approach. Under the leadership of our fellowship-trained breast surgeon Dr. Edna Kapenhas, the Center includes Board-certified radiologists, pathologist, oncology nurse, radiology nurses, patient navigator, and certified technologists. Satellite diagnostic services are also located in East Hampton and Hampton Bays.

Did you know early breast cancer rarely has symptoms. Self-examination, an annual clinical examination and, depending on your age and family history, an annual mammogram are key to detecting breast cancer as early as possible. While most breast changes are not cancerous, it’s important to have them evaluated promptly. If you discover a lump or any of the other warning signs of breast cancer, especially if the changes persist after one menstrual cycle or they change the appearance of your breast, see your doctor immediately. If you’ve been treated for breast cancer in the past, report any new signs or symptoms right away. Symptoms may include:

  • A lump in the breast or a lump in the armpit that is hard and often does not hurt
  • Change in the size, shape, or feel of the breast or nipple (redness, dimpling, or puckering that looks like the skin of an orange)
  • Fluid coming from the nipple

In the event of a breast cancer diagnosis, and once definitive surgery has been completed, the patient may be referred to a medical and/or radiation oncologist for further treatment.

The Ellen Hermanson Foundation

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The Ellen Hermanson Foundation Auctions Off Jackets To Save Women’s Lives Part 2



Yesterday we told you about the Ellen Hermanson Foundation, annual Summer Gala to raise funds for women and breast cancer. Ellen Hermanson was an articulate, courageous and indomitable warrior in the war against breast cancer. Her personal battle with the disease began when she was diagnosed with breast cancer while still nursing her six-month-old daughter. Ellen fought against her disease medically by undergoing surgery and aggressive chemotherapy. She also fought against breast cancer by becoming an activist and advocate. A journalist by training, she used her prodigious talent as a writer to give voice to the needs of breast cancer survivors and to educate her readers about the importance of being well informed, the challenges of living with breast cancer, and the availability of resources to help with the myriad problems that arise as a result of breast cancer. Her remarkable accomplishments attest to her extraordinary inner strength and selfless generosity. Ellen lost her hard-fought battle with breast cancer at the age of 42. She was working on an article exploring the then new and exciting potential of the Internet as a source of information and sharing for patients and their families. Ellen left a legacy of dignity, courage, determination, grace and love to all who knew her. To honor her memory, The Ellen Hermanson Foundation has been established to support and continue the important work she began.

Julie Ratner along with her sister her sister Emily Levin co-founded The Ellen Hermanson Foundation in honor of their younger sister, Ellen. The foundation has distributed more than $4 million in grants. Julie is a member of the National Breast Cancer Coalition and the New York State Breast Cancer Network.

Roger, Julie and Roger’s jackets

Part of the way they will raise money is to auction off denim jackets painted by famous artists. We told you about Shani Grosz and now Roger Sichel has created rocking jean jackets. One for adults with his famous photo of Janis Joplin. He also did a second jacket for kids with his newest art….Puppy on Futuristic Mars.  Rogers art was at Coachella this year and is on the moon. His art is in several galleries in Beverly Hills, Palm Beach and The Hamptons.

To bid on these jackets, attend the Gala or just donate go to #EHFGala2024

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The Ellen Hermanson Foundation Auctions Off Jackets To Save Women’s Lives



The Ellen Hermanson Foundation, is a nonprofit dedicated to empowering people affected by cancer. This Saturday they will host their annual Summer Gala to raise funds. The event on  July 13, is from 6:30 to 11:30 PM at Bridgehampton Tennis & Surf Club. Beside oceanside cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, dinner, dancing, and an auction, followed by an after-party beach bonfire and s’mores. 

The foundation will honor Dr. Fredric Weinbaum, medical doctor and former Chief Administrative Officer/COO of Stony Brook Southampton Hospital, and The Honorable Rebecca A. Seawright, Member of the New York State Assembly whose 3-D screening bill, signed into law, expands access to cancer screenings without cost sharing to include 3-D Mammography. 

Part of the way they will raise money is to auction off denim jackets painted by famous artists. Three of the artists are friends of T2C and we want to highlight their work as well as give you insight on how to bid for a really good cause.

Shani and her jacket

First up is Shani Grosz. Her denim jacket combines fashion and Shani’s passion for painting she created a fantasy hand painted garden themed denim jacket trimmed with a lace bustle for drama and sprinkled with Swarovski crystals . All created with a magical vibe and a theme quote painted in the back of the jacket that reads “ the darkest Nights produce the brightest stars. “ … with the theme that women going through tough times such as cancer treatments are the true bright shining stars.

Shani is a graduate of Parson’s School of Design, and has established herself as an important and internationally recognized designer with over two decades as the President and Designer of SHANI Collection. She has won many prestigious design awards for her well executed vision of “Wearable Art”. Over the years, she has dressed various celebrities, news anchors, Broadway stars, television personalities and developed numerous wardrobes for both film and TV and as a teacher within the Designer Critic Program at FIT, Shani works closely at developing up and coming talent. Shani designs for the modern woman, celebrating her multi-faceted lifestyle that allows her to be both feminine and strong.


To know Shani is to know that she is a girl’s girl, so it’s only logical that her designs are about feeling free and comfortable in your skin. Shani’s designs are like the perfect little black dress –something every woman needs in her wardrobe that she can always count on to let her look her best. Her dresses are available at Please follow us on Instagram at

To bid on Shani’s and the other artist were highlighting read more tomorrow.

On February 15, The Ellen Hermanson Foundation awarded $363,000 in grants to further its mission of assisting people being treated for breast cancer. The funding advances the Ellen Hermanson Breast Center at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital, where no patients are turned away for lack of insurance, as well as its local satellite locations and Ellen’s Well, a psychosocial support program for patients. Grants were also awarded to members of The Ellen Hermanson Foundation Community Partnership to support bilingual outreach, social support, and breast care education for women without ready access to health care.

This year, funds raised will go toward acquiring a cutting-edge tomosynthesis mammography machine at the center, providing breast screenings and diagnostic procedures, allocating Ellen’s Well micro-grants for transportation and social services, supporting the Phillips Family Cancer Care Summit and paying a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW), a nurse practitioner, and an oncology nurse patient navigator at Ellen’s Well.

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Summer Streets Returns



Summer Streets is returning the last weekend of July (27th) and the four Saturdays of August (3rd, 10th, 17th, and 24th). Summer Streets is where miles of NYC across the five boroughs are closed off to cars.

This year, the DOT is expanding the program’s hours to 7 am to 3 pm (previously 7 am to 1 pm). During the hours that the streets are closed exciting programming and activities take place along the designated routes, such as dance and musical performances, fitness classes, and interactive workshops.

The 2024 NYC Summer Streets schedule is as follows:

Saturday, July 27:

  • Queens: Vernon Boulevard between 44 Drive and 30 Road
  • Staten Island: Broadway between Richmond Terrace and Clove Road

Saturday, August 3, 10, & 17:

  • Brooklyn Bridge to West 125 Street
  • Lafayette Street and Park Avenue between Brooklyn Bridge and East 109 Street
  • East 109 Street between Park Avenue and 5th Avenue
  • 5th Avenue between East 109 Street and Central Park North
  • Central Park North between 5th Avenue and Adam Clayton Powell Jr Boulevard
  • Adam Clayton Powell Jr Boulevard between Central Park North and West 125 Street

Saturday, August 24:

  • Brooklyn: Eastern Parkway between Grand Army Plaza and Buffalo Avenue
  • The Bronx: Grand Concourse between East Tremont Avenue and Mosholu Parkway
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Understanding And Loving Zero-In by Root Brand



Zero-In is a dietary supplement developed by Root Brand, designed to enhance mental clarity, focus, and overall cognitive function and let me tell you it works. I was having a very hard time focusing in and waking up. I felt like I was dragging all day long. Zero-In support the body’s natural ability to manage stress and improve energy levels. Root Brand, is known for its commitment to natural and holistic health solutions, leverages science-backed ingredients to create products that promote well-being from within.

Zero-In combines several potent ingredients, each chosen for its unique benefits and synergistic effects. Here are some of the primary components:

N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine: This is a more bioavailable form of the amino acid L-tyrosine, which is a precursor to neurotransmitters like dopamine and norepinephrine.

Benefits: Enhances mental performance, improves mood, and helps manage stress by supporting neurotransmitter production.

Caffeine Anhydrous: A dehydrated form of caffeine that provides a concentrated source of this well-known stimulant.

Benefits: Increases alertness, reduces fatigue, and can enhance physical performance. When used in moderation, it helps boost energy levels and focus.

Velvet Bean (Mucuna Pruriens) Extract: A tropical legume known for its high levels of L-Dopa, a direct precursor to dopamine.

Benefits: Enhances mood, supports healthy dopamine levels, and promotes overall brain health. It is also known for its adaptogenic properties, helping the body cope with stress.

Piperine (from Black Pepper Extract): A natural compound that enhances the bioavailability of other nutrients.

Benefits: Increases the absorption and effectiveness of the other ingredients in Zero-In, ensuring that the body can utilize them more efficiently.

Curcumin (from Turmeric Extract): The active component of turmeric, known for its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.

Benefits: Supports cognitive function, reduces inflammation, and protects against oxidative stress.

Zero-In is designed to provide a comprehensive boost to cognitive and physical performance through a combination of natural ingredients. Here are some of the holistic benefits users may experience:

  1. Enhanced Mental Clarity and Focus: The synergistic effects of N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine and caffeine anhydrous help improve concentration and mental acuity, making it easier to stay focused on tasks.
  2. Improved Mood and Stress Management: Velvet Bean extract supports dopamine production, which can enhance mood and reduce feelings of stress and anxiety. This is crucial for maintaining mental health and emotional balance.
  3. Increased Energy Levels: The combination of caffeine and other energizing ingredients provides a natural boost in energy without the jitters or crashes associated with other stimulants.
  4. Better Absorption and Effectiveness: Piperine ensures that the body can absorb and utilize the ingredients in Zero-In more effectively, maximizing their benefits.
  5. Anti-inflammatory and Antioxidant Support: Curcumin offers anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, protecting the brain and body from oxidative stress and inflammation, which are linked to various chronic conditions.

Zero-In is designed for daily use, typically taken in the morning to kickstart the day with enhanced focus and energy. As with any supplement, it is essential to follow the recommended dosage instructions and consult with a healthcare provider before starting, especially for those with underlying health conditions or who are pregnant or nursing.

Zero-In by Root Brand offers a holistic approach to enhancing cognitive function and overall well-being. By combining natural, science-backed ingredients, it supports mental clarity, mood, energy, and stress management, making it a valuable addition to a healthy lifestyle. Whether you are looking to improve focus at work, manage stress more effectively, or boost your overall energy levels, Zero-In provides a balanced and natural solution.

I highly recommend this product. To order click here

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