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We all know that you can’t do much to grow as an adult like you could when you were a child or teenager… or can you? The answer is yes, you actually can! While you may not be able to grow even close to how much as you can during childhood and adolescence, you can in fact eat many foods that contain the human growth hormone known as somatotropin, which enhances many functions of your body to help you grow, promote skin and cell growth, regeneration, and more, no matter what age you are. Here is the list of foods provided by THR – height growth resource.


There are many fruits which can actually help you achieve optimum growth potential. From apples, to raisins, grapes, berries, oranges, and more, you need to know that bright and colorful foods help your body get more nutrients which can aid you in proper sleep habits, as well as providing essential vitamins and nutrients that you can’t get anywhere else. Fruits are high in vitamins such as potassium, vitamin C, vitamin d, vitamin E, vitamin Bs, folic acid, which can help with everything from immune system function, to energy, and even cell growth and proper melatonin generation (our body’s natural hormone which helps us sleep).


Meats are an essential way to get the very best and highest amount of nutrients. Yes, you can get the same nutrients by nuts, seeds, beans, and legumes, but it’s a lot harder to get some of the natural lean fatty acids that promote good growth. One example is organic beef. It is best to get your beef from a supplier who raises their cattle in fields so they can eat plenty of healthy grass. When it comes to meats, beef is one of the most popular sources.

Other sources include chicken, fish, and venison, as these contain high amounts of proteins and amino acids, without including all of the saturated fat that many types of beef contain.


Utilizing and eating the proper vegetables also helps to promote the amount of growth hormone your body products. You don’t have to keep the same routine, but a good diet consists of a variety of colorful vegetables to get more vitamins and nutrients that you cannot simply get from meats or fruits. It is important to eat plenty of green, leafy vegetables, as well as food such as carrots, corn, sweet potatoes (which are also rich in antioxidants and other nutrients), potatoes themselves (while these are high in starch, one can actually survive on nothing but potatoes for a long time as they have nearly every essential nutrient and carbohydrate you may need).


Milk and Dairy

While these are not completely necessary, they help give your body more calcium than other foods. You have to eat more of other foods (such as fresh fish) if you are not getting enough dairy products in your diet. Calcium has been proven to help strengthen bones, and also increase our growth hormone levels, as well as increase our brain’s ability to speak to the rest of our body.


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