Height increasing exercises is not the only what You can do for Your height. Other important thing is food which has vitamins. Well-balanced diet keep your body health. Which vitamins do We need for grow taller naturally? I’ll try to answer for this question.
Vitamine A is important because promotes growth and make Your bones strong. There is a lot Vitamine A in carrots,milk, green and yellow vegetables.
Vitamin B1 keep your heart and nervous system health, that is important to grow taller. You can find it in dried yeast,pork, rice, peanuts, whole wheat, soybeans, peas and green vegetables. More effective when used in B complex formulas.
Vitamin B2 promotes growth, aids in reproduction, promotes healthy skin, hair and nails, and helps maintain good eyesight. You can find it in milk, liver, eggs, fish, kidney, yeast, leafy green vegetables.
Vitamin B6 reduces night muscle spasms, leg cramps, hand numbness and certain forms of neuritis, properly assimilates protein and fat, and works as a natural diuretic. It can be found in liver, brewers yeast, cabbage, black strap molasses, cantaloupe, beef and kidney.
Vitamin B12 increases your energy level, forms and generates red blood cells, and helps balance and concentration. You can find it in cheese, liver, kidney, pork and beef.
Vitamin C aids in healthy bones and teeth, prevents scurvy, helps treat and prevent common colds, enables protein cells to hold together, and aids blood vessel circulation. Plays a primary role in the growth and repair of body tissue cells. It can be found in citrus fruits, tomatoes, berries, cauliflower, raw cabbage and potatoes.
Vitamin D is essential for strong bones and teeth, prevents rickets, which deteriorates bones and could cause bowed legs, knock knees and poor posture, aids treatment of conjunctivitis, and aids vitamin A. The best sources for it are milk products, fish liver oil, fish meats and sunlight.
Vitamin E supplies oxygen to the body for more endurance, and helps prevent and destroy blood clots. It can be found in wheat germ, eggs, leafy greens, soy beans, spinach, whole wheat, and broccoli. A supplement of 200 to 1,000 IU per day is recommended. Due to chlorinated drinking water, in a large percentage of the population, vitamin E may be in great demand.
Vitamin F aids in growth, helps prevent heart disease and cholesterol deposits in arteries. Vegetable oils, walnuts, pecans, and almonds, soybeans, linseed and sunflower oils are the best sources of vitamin F.
Vitamin K aids in proper blood clotting and helps prevent internal bleeding and hemorrhaging. It can be found in egg yolk, yogurt, fish liver oils, soybean, green vegetables and kelp.