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4 Warning and Disclaimer Every effort has been made to make this digital book as complete and as accurate as possible but no warranty or fitness is implied. The information provided is on an “as is” basis. The author and the publisher shall have neither liability nor responsibility to any person or entity with respect to any loss or damages arising from the information contained in this digital book.

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5 Contents at a Glance Introduction…………………………………………………………………..….……...6 Chapter 1: Growth Process …………………………………………………….…….9 Chapter 2: Maximizing Growth ……………………………………………………...19 Chapter 3: Increasing HGH Levels ………………………………………..……….36 Chapter 4: Preventing Stunted Growth …………………………………...………..55 Chapter 5: Height Increasing for Adults …….……………………………...………66 Chapter 6: Height Increase Scams ………………………………………..……….80

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6 Introduction

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7 Introduction How many times have you heard someone say that because their parents are lacking in the height department that they too stand no chance of being very tall They live their life complaining about their height and irritated about how they received the short end of the stick. While genetics do hold significant blame for your height there are actually other things to take into consideration as well. Your height doesn’t have to be left in the hands of fate. You too can make a difference on how tall you become. People of both young and old ages can help to increase their height. However younger people will have more options than the older. Minor factors such as how you carry yourself what type of diet you follow and what kind if any supplements you take can all have an impact on just how tall you are or appear. This book will tell you how you can achieve this. We’ll review ways to enhance your height to its greatest potential during the growth stages. You will also learn what can actually disrupt your height growth along with a few effortless ways of increasing your present height. Last but not least you’ll be

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8 educated on which scams you should be cautious of so you don’t waste your money or time on something that won’t work. Let’s start this height analysis by reviewing the process of height growth and how it happens.

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9 Growth Process Chapter 1

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10 Growth Process Everyone grows and nobody can prevent the growth process it’s just a natural part of our lives. Of course while we all grow some of us grow quicker than others. This is because not everyone hits their growth spurt at the same time. It can happen in short bursts or it can happen all at once. If there is a delay in growing when it comes to children however they should be seen by a doctor to make sure there aren’t any problems. Some children experience growth defects and you want to make sure this is something you can still completely rule out by visiting your doctor. Did you know that there are 300 bones in your body when you are first born Did you also know that there are only 206 bones by the time we reach adulthood Why does this happen Mainly because our bones are basically cartilage when we’re babies which is why baby’s bones are so much more susceptible to break with light impact. As we get older our bones go through what is called ‘ossification’ where the cartilage turns solid. Eventually all of the smaller bones will unite and then be one large bone therefore reducing the total number of bones in our body.

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11 Growth plates are located at the ends of some of the long bones in our body. When some of the cartilage doesn’t ossify all at the same time these plates continue to make new tissue while the old tissue turns into bone. Therefore making you grow even more. Once you stop growing which is usually when you are an adult the plates will ossify as well leaving you at your final height. If something damaging happens to these growth plates while you are still young your growth could be stunted and could cause some bones to be more mature than others and some longer than others. You can actually estimate the potential height of a child by watching their growth pattern. A female will usually have a full height of double her height when she is three years old. A male will usually have a full height of double his height when he is three years and three months old.

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12 Predict Your Height You can use growth charts to track your child’s height development but they are only one of the many ways to make sure your child is healthy growing and properly developing. We’ll discuss all the reasons why charts will never be right-on because of the many various points that play a role. The below charts however can be a rough guideline to give you an idea.

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13 Boys Birth to Age Three

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14 Girls Birth to Age Three

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15 Boys Two to Twenty

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16 Girls Two to Twenty

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17 Boys Body Mass Index BMI

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18 Girls Body Mass Index BMI

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19 Maximizing Growth Chapter 2

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20 Maximizing Growth While in the growing stages there are lots of various things you can do to help yourself grow even taller. The way you carry yourself and how you live your life equally affect you in many ways. Both will have an effect on your appearance how you feel and also your growth height. It’s the same as striving to be the best you can be no matter what obstacles may come across your path. You must be willing and able to give one hundred percent in order to achieve your maximum growth. Keep reading to learn about some factors that need your consideration. Nutrition Nutrition is of superior importance when it comes to increasing your height. This is rather obvious since your body needs food in order to grow more muscle bone and cartilage. This process also takes quite a bit of energy so your nutrition will also contribute to feeding that energy. Your height could be hindered if you are lacking the proper amount of nutrients.

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21 Amino Acids and Proteins Proteins are of utmost importance in order for you to reach your full growth potential. Each protein you consume has various amino acids. Now each of these amino acids all has different but important roles. While all high protein foods that you consume are going to contain amino acids there are certain foods that will benefit you more than others. The body requires two different amino acids and they are categorized as: essential and non-essential amino acids. Included in the essential amino acids are: Tryptophan Valine Isoleucine Lysine Phenylalanine Histidine Leucine Methionine and Threonine. Your body does not produce these amino acids by itself and instead receives them from certain foods or supplements. This is why they are called essential amino acids. Included in the non-essential amino acids are: Glutamine Proline Tyrosine Alanine Aspartic Acid Cystine Glycine Glutamic Acid Arginine Serine and Cysteine. Your body actually does produce these amino acids and you don’t have to get them from food.

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22 Your body needs certain amino acids at different times so when you consume them they will be carried to your liver and then they continue traveling to wherever they are needed the most. Some of them might enter your blood stream where other amino acids are. The ones already in your blood stream were ones discharged from the body tissue breakdown and composition. Other amino acids will be adapted by the liver in order to create important proteins that your body puts to use like your lipoproteins and the liver enzymes. As they travel all through your body the DNA blue print guides them to make sure they end up in the right place so that protein synthesis can begin. The synthesis procedure will be frozen and you will stop growing if even one of these important amino acids isn’t there. In order to grow taller you need to ensure the protein synthesis happens naturally so giving your body the proper amount of amino acids is the best way to ensure this happens. Once these proteins are created by the amino acids your body will use them to make tissues. This means eyes heart bones muscle and even intestine tissue. With this said you realize by lacking a significant amount of proteins your bones will not grow or reach their

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23 full potential like they would with lots of proteins. Thus you are left being shorter. When you break down the amino acids and focus on them individually you will find that 2 are of utmost importance. One of them is Lysine which plays a significant part of your body’s growth and development. Your body needs Lysine in order to absorb calcium so your muscles and bones can grow properly. The second important amino acid is Leucine. This particular amino acid has the responsibility of making sure your skin tissue grows properly and repairs properly when needed. It’s also responsible for the bone and skeletal muscle growth and has a solid link to the HGH. HGH also holds responsibility for your height growth but that will be reviewed later on in the book. Just try to make sure your body doesn’t lack either of these amino acids in order to grow taller. In order to ensure you consume the proper amount of proteins it’s better to eat many high protein foods. Try alternating the types of protein foods you eat so you can avoid risking a deficiency of these amino acids. Mainly because you won’t know if you do have a

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24 deficiency so alternating can ensure you avoid this problem. Meat eaters will not have to worry as much as vegetarians will. Vegetarians will have to actually be even more careful to make sure they get a good amount of proteins. Proteins contained in plant sources do not have a high amount so different foods need to be consumed by vegetarians in order for their body to have everything it needs to function healthily and properly. The majority of people can follow the general recommendation which is to try and consume 1gram of protein for every pound of body mass you have. Opposite of what people used to believe body builders and those who lift heavy weights religiously don’t need to have the same amounts of protein. Why is this Because when your body has an ample amount of protein whatever is left breaks down and the body stores it as fat and is used when energy is needed. As a matter of fact any type of physical activity like training for marathons means more protein will be needed by your body. Many people who regularly partake in these types of exercises and physical activity don’t normally get the proper amount of calories particularly

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25 carbohydrates which their body needs. Once all the available carbs are used to supply enough energy the body will start using proteins that were either recently consumed or it will use the protein in the tissue structure. When this happens it can break down your muscle tissue so it’s important to have enough stored protein. Marathon runners do not have a lot of muscle mass and they need to eat enough proteins to avoid the muscle tissue breaking down. Consuming plenty of proteins will ensure that should something happen to your tissue there will be plenty of amino acids to help repair the tissue.

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26 Calcium Calcium is very important for the growth process when you’re focusing on minerals and vitamins. Our bones are basically made of calcium carbonate and calcium phosphate. They are also regularly repairing themselves which consists of them breaking down and then reconstructing again. This happens all through our lives and is why it’s important to have plenty of calcium so your bones can continue reconstructing and have the ability to replace any tissue that has broken down. In order to build strong bones and impede bone loss you must consume the proper amounts of calcium. What many people aren’t aware of is that calcium helps more than just the bone performances in the body. Calcium also helps manage your muscle contractions and stimulates your nervous system. When your body needs more calcium than it has in order to meet every other need it will begin taking them from your bones. This in turn causes your muscles to weaken and can bring on osteoporosis if it isn’t caught in time.

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27 The following is the amount of calcium recommended for daily consumption: Infants 0-5 months / 210mg 6 – 11 months / 270mg Children 1-3 years / 500 mg 4-8 years/ 800 mg Teenagers 9-18 / 1300 mg Adults 19-50 / 1000 mg Pregnant Women 1000 mg A majority of people do not get the proper amounts of calcium their body needs so it’s not a bad idea to look over your own daily diet. Do you get the proper calcium amounts If not work out a way to ensure you consume more calcium.

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28 There are certain foods that have exactly 300 mg of calcium and they are: - 1 Cup of Milk - 1 Cup of Yogurt - 1.5 Ounces of Hard Cheese - 1.5 Cups of Ricotta Cheese - 2 Cups of Cottage Cheese - ¼ Cup of Powdered Skim Milk - 1 Cup of Calcium Fortified Orange Juice - 1 ¾ Cup Canned Salmon with Bones - 5 Ounces of Sardines with Bones - 1 ½ Cups of Tofu Processed with Calcium - 1 Cup of Spinach - 1 Cup of Green Soybeans You also want to aim for consuming a minimum of 3 servings of the above mentioned foods every day. You could also implement a calcium supplement for more assurance.

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29 Vitamin D Vitamin D is yet another very important mineral in order to have healthy bones. Your body cannot absorb the calcium that you give it properly unless there is also plenty of Vitamin D. You need to consume enough calcium to avoid a deficiency so you want to extend your consumption in order to get more than the daily recommendation. Vitamin D also helps encourage bone mineralization. If you don’t have enough Vitamin D your bones will become frail and brittle and could end up having more stress fractures. Lastly Vitamin D also hinders rickets a childhood disease and also osteomalacia an adult disease. Both of these diseases can immensely weaken your bones. You should try to consume 400 IU’s of Vitamin D each and every day. You can find Vitamin D in many food sources including: mackerel tuna fish salmon and sardines and milk that are enriched with Vitamin D. Sun exposure is also a source of Vitamin D and is basically of the utmost importance for our bodies. The sun rays activate Vitamin D creation in your skin. The majority of adults only

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30 need ten to fifteen minutes of direct sun two to three times a week to gain the needed Vitamin D.

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