Yes, it is possible, and you can do so by following the following methods.
If you are not suffering from chronic diseases then you should try and follow nutritionist suggested diet plans to increase your body mass. Each training program has a specific diet plan attached to it, for gaining muscle, you would need to follow the diet plan that has more protein intake.
However, one thing to note here is that increased muscle count means more calorie intake. Therefore you should try and strike a balance between the protein and carb intake. Once you establish that you’ll be able to gain muscle and shred fat through the same training program.
A large number of training programs are available to gain muscle mass, however it is strongly recommended that relevant measurements and tests are conducted in order to choose the right training program. One that would not only fit your needs but would also aid you in achieving the desired goals.
Each body is unique and has its own distinct requirements in terms of calorie count, in fact your work also plays a pivotal role in determining the required calorie count.
Once the calorie count has been measured only then the nutritionist can set a diet plan which would include the intake of carbs, healthy fats, proteins alongside mineral salts and fiber. In other articles we have provided a complete layout of these diet plans.
(Kindly note that there is no fixed training or diet plan for all people)
People suffering from chronic diseases must follow a specially designed diet and training program, one that helps them cater their distinct individual needs.