There’s a scientific reason for why you may be shorter than you actually should be.
One reason is the effect of gravity.
Gravity forces anything with weight towards the Earth which can actually cause your spine to compress, hindering you from growing taller, even suppressing your natural growth process.
It’s the reason you slouch over and could be the reason why you have a sibling that’s at a different height than you.
There are exercises like hanging, laying down and stretches you can do on a daily basis to reverse the effects that have been making you shorter, even hindering your natural growth.
Inside our program, there are exercises and stretches you can start as soon as today to add an additional 3 to 6 inches to your height just by simply understanding and reversing the effects of gravity. Other methods are ensuring that you’re getting all the vitamins and minerals that your body requires will help you grow to your full height. Include all of the following substances in your meals. Take a supplement targeted at your age group with breakfast each morning, and try to incorporate certain foods into your diet. Here are some specific suggestions:
Eat on a regular schedule. You should be eating 3 meals a day, with small snacks between breakfast and lunch, and lunch and dinner. Try to schedule these events at roughly the same time each day. 4-5 hours is the time needed for insulin to disappear from your bloodstream so that growth hormone can work on building your tissue. This is the period of time that you should wait between meals. Proteins, which are absorbed slowly, should keep you from becoming hungry. Your last meal should be 3-4 hours before you go to sleep. Small amount of protein shake are allowed right before your bedtime.
Eat a steady amount of food. That’s why dieting is not recommended as long as you’re still growing. Not eating a good quantity of food will deprive your body of the substances detailed above, therefore stunting your growth. If you want to lose weight, decrease the amount of fats, sugar, and carbohydrates from your alimentation, but eat the rest of the foods in good, moderate amounts. Also, try losing weight through sports. After all, you can still lose weight later, but you must take the most out of your adolescence if you want to grow taller.