Nutrition is the single most critical element to creating a healthy and training your body how to grow taller naturally. Furthermore, creating and maintaining a healthy body is the single most critical element in enabling that body to not only grow taller but be all-around physically fit, an absolute “must” in order to make positive changes to your body. In short, you must “feed the machine” – that machine being your body.
We’ve already talked a bit about supplements for growing taller you should start taking and a little about what foods to avoid. Now, we’re going to go more in-depth into that discussion while at the same time we’re going to go back over what types of substances to avoid like the plague.
Any and all tobacco use should be halted immediately not only for while you are training your body how to grow taller naturally but for the rest of your life. While I highly doubt that you have not yet heard about the dangers of tobacco use, if for some reason you aren’t familiar with them point your browser to Google.com and search for “dangers of tobacco use,” “tobacco cancer,” and similar search queries.
The graphic images that come up alone should be enough reason for you to quit smoking and/or any other tobacco use – not even considering the extreme adverse effects it will have on your progress in growing taller.
I don’t mean to harp on the subject since there really is no way that you can be unaware of the dangers by now. However, since I want you to succeed at this program every bit as much as you do, I wanted to reiterate the importance of tobacco-secession.
The next substance you should avoid like the plague not only throughout this program but also for the rest of your life is trans fats. While I also covered trans fats in last week’s lesson, I want to share with you a short article by Dr. Carmin Iadonisi:
Think You Are Avoiding Trans Fats? Think Again
Even though we may think that we can avoid these killers by trusting the labels, it’s not sadly apparent that some food corporations’ rather sneaky labeling practices are causing us to eat trans fats even if the label says that they aren’t even there. It seems that it’s getting to be where we have to go to pretty great lengths in order to eat healthy these days.