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Defy aging with bio-identical hormones


By Rainier Allan Ronda MANILA, Philippines – A top Filipino doctor who had founded a hugely successful clinic in Florida specializing in helping patients defy aging with the pioneering use of “bio-identical hormones” has decided to come home and set up shop in Manila. Dr. Cris Enriquez, founder of the Rapha Health Institute in Fort […]

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What can I do to increase my height, doc?

We have no growth hormones available. You can try Multi-Vitamins that has Chorella.

Food that can help increase growth are yoghurt, cheese, and boiled chicken. Your bones need phosphorus, calcium, and magnesium while your muscles need water and protein to grow. Since you are growing taller, both your muscles and bones are getting bigger and longer. Don’t waste your money or your health on drugs, alcohol or cigarettes. 

Undoubtedly, the quality, quantity, and type of food we eat affect our height, growth, and health. We cannot emphasize enough how important your food intake is in determining how much growth you can possibly obtain. The types of food you eat will either improve or decrease your growth potential. The daily content of protein, carbohydrates, fats and water can be achieved if the following items were taken regularly: 

  • Carrots, Fish, Liver,  Egg Yolk, Beef, Red Meat,  Milk, Cheese, Apples,  Green, Vegetables, Potatoes, Nuts,  Yellow Vegetables, Almonds, Bananas,  Peanuts, Chicken, Beans, and 
  • 6-8 glasses of water per day 

What might stop you from growing is smoking, drugs, alcohol, lack of sleep and digestive problems.

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