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I'm 15 and over the past year I've grown quite a lot and now I'm somewhere in between 5'7 and 5'8, I believe. But I recently became worried about my weight; I've always been skinny but never underweight. I did the BMI calculator yesterday and it said I'm underweight. I've never really been very conscious about dieting or anything, and I'm not a picky eater [although I am a vegetarian!], so I don't want to start obsessing  over my weight. I just thought that if I make an effort to start eating more balanced meals, then it will pay off in the long run for my health . . . But I don't want to start losing weight once I start eating more healthily. OK, so this probably won't happen, but I'm just a paranoid person! So I'm asking anyway; is it possible to eat healthily without gaining weight? My weight shifts between 43 and 44 kgs! Or just any general tips on healthy food options would be appreciated. Thanks! 

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It's possible to eat healthy and gain weight at the same time!
(try watching Supersize vs. Superskinny) 

Even small changes can help you towards achieving a healthy weight, just understand that changes take TIME and you have to be patient to see your results.  So don't panic and start off with small changes at first (adding/changing ingredient(s) in cooking, adding variations in food, etc), then once you get a hang of it start adding more changes (increasing portion size, snacking, and so on). 

-Cheers fellow vegetarian!
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You make your diet chart by concerning with doctor. In that he will guide you at what time which food is good to eat
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