You are referring to some kind of powdered food-like supplement?
Yes, im talking about powdered shakes to help me gain weight, but even though i havent had any outbreaks since 3 months ago, im afraid a weight gainer may make me break out.
Im looking for weight gainers for diabetic people, because since they have no sugar i guess they would be more "safe" for an acne prone person.
I have read some of your post in the past and it seems like you are an expert on alimentation, do you know about any high calorie diet that would help me gain weight without breaking out?
Well, I wouldn't add a ton of anyone thing. Add a lot of things. If you do dairy at all, make sure it's full fat. Eat the whole egg. Add coconut oil. You could make cocoa/coconut oil fudge. Can you eat nuts/seeds? I make kind of like 'cookie dough' by mixing a few tablespoons of almond butter with raw sunflower seeds, cacao nibs, dried coconut, some coconut oil, sometimes some dried fruit, etc. My sunflower seeds are sprouted which is easy to do. And I include some of the soaked/sprouted and cooked buckwheat and whole oat groats that I make for my breakfast. And sometimes some dark chocolate chunks.
Avocados, of course. And if money is no object, avocado oil. Drizzle it on all foods.
If you eat grains at all, look into those that are the highest fat while also being the most benign. I'd guess that's oats.
Are you in the U.S.? If so, I buy whole oat groats, raw buckwheat, dried coconut, dried zante currants which are actually a tiny raisin and the cheapest dried fruit, all at Whole foods.
Almond butter at Costco. (goat cheese is also a good buy there. And Kerry Gold butter and cheese from pastured cows)
Trader Joe's has the best price for coconut oil unless you want to buy it by the giant tub. They also have corn tortillas without any additives there. And the least expensive sprouted grain bread I know of. Oh, and the best price on cocoa powder. And I'm not positive about it but I thought their plain full fat organic yogurt is the best price. I make my own so I haven't done a comparison shop for yogurt.