eBook Reveals How People of Any Age Can Grow Taller Naturally
Mother of three shares tried-and-tested approaches in a new light in "The Height Advantage: The Secrets of Growing Tall." The guide is the result of extensive research done in a personal quest to help her sons grow taller.
PARIS, March 19, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Those who have always wanted to grow an extra inch or two can now find all the height-boosting information they need in a series of e-mail courses that can be easily acquired – for free.
Patricia Ryan, mother of three growing boys, reveals the scientifically-backed information she collected using a format that is easy to read and understand. It is also written in a natural, conversational style that engages the reader. "Instead of shutting all this insight into a drawer I've decided I'd like to share my knowledge," she said.
The author believed that practically anybody can become taller without having to use radical methods or artificial growth supplements. This is because she is convinced that "the body can handle itself perfectly, as long as you give it what it needs to function well."
But why all the fuss about height? In the course, she explained why being tall is essential in modern society.
"Recent studies have shown that a person who is perceived as tall (either because he is really tall, or just because he has the ability to project that he is big) can actually earn a little bit more per year than a person who is perceived as being of average or below average height," she declared.
The e-course enumerates various ways on how one can improve physical stature no matter what age the person is, covering subjects like nutrition, exercise, and even personal grooming.
It begins with a concise explanation of the truths and fallacies surrounding human growth and height based on medical studies. Here, a detailed discussion on why an individual fails to reach his potential is laid out, as well as the factors that affect vertical growth.
The course has insightful passages on why physical development is gradual, what one can do to maximize the temporary process, and why continued growth spurts are detrimental to human health. She elaborated by saying that "the slowness of the ossification process ensures that people won't end up becoming ten-foot giants." She then enumerated the ways one can "slightly nudge the growth pattern."
She also touched on of the importance of nutrition and exercise in the quest for height improvement, explaining which foods to eat for growth and which ones to avoid. The author made special mention of sugar and why taking it in huge amounts actually limits bone development. "Why sugar is the nemesis of height enhancement is that it actually prevents the body from storing calcium," she asserted.
The last segment of the e-course contains various exercises that can improve posture and make one be perceived as taller than he or she really is.
About the Site:
Grow Taller Naturally Guide was launched by eBook author Patricia Ryan as an information hub for free resources about height improvement. It also is home to her new and definitive e-mail course about growing taller.
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