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Unfortunately, height is genetically based. At 24 years old, it is unlikely that you will grow more, but the only way to know for sure is if you have an x ray done of the growth plates in your bones to see if they have disappeared. If they have, then there really is no natural way to increase height. There are surgical procedures (See this article) where ...


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The only known non-surgical method of gaining height at this age is to go into space. Without the pull of earth's ground level gravity astronauts have been shown to gain height. Astronauts in space can grow up to 3 percent taller during the time spent living in microgravity, NASA scientists say. That means that a 6-foot-tall (1.8 meters) person could ...


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There are several on-line resources to begin a survey of deer antler velvet. Most are adverts which appear to only offer a glowing picture of its properties, for example Antler Farms claim: Modern scientific research indicates that deer antler velvet may have beneficial effects related to: improvement in general health increase in blood supply and ...


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No, there isn’t. How much variation (difference between individuals) in height is attributable to genetic effects and how much to nutritional effects?" The short answer to this question is that about 60 to 80 percent of the difference in height between individuals is determined by genetic factors, whereas 20 to 40 percent can be attributed to ...


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1) Human growth hormone (HGH) shots, meals and glucose and insulin spikes. HGH shots increase blood glucose and therefore insulin, both of which can be further increased by having meals shortly before or after the shots. There is some evidence that glucose spikes (International Journal of Clinical Practice, 2002 ; Clinical Therapeutics, 2005) and insulin ...


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