I'm getting mixed signals from my doctor.
Every year when I go to the doctor, they always make me stand on the scale and inevitably go "105. hmm...ok." and then the doctor comes in, looks at the chart and says "ok...you're a little underweight. I'd like it if you could maybe put on a few more pounds."
and I say "ok, I'll try."
Then, the other day, I get my 'summary results' from the doctor's office--it's a new thing they're doing where they send a little letter that basically says "good news, everything's normal. or at least as normal as we expect it." it will also have comments from the lab tech based on your results listed.
Apparently, the lab person thinks I'm overweight because I had the following comment on my chart: "exercise more, eat less calories."
Now then, I'm not sure, the the last time I checked, when you exercise more, you burn more calories...so how exactly is me eating less calories supposed to help me gain weight?