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Bdog



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PostSubject: Re: height effected by nutrition?   height effected by nutrition? EmptySat Dec 25, 2010 1:32 pm

Mymonermanus wrote:
There are a few possibilities. One could be that you are tall thanks to your dad. Even though he's currently a few inches shorter than you, he could have shrunk those inches due to age. Shrinking in height as one gets older is natural. Another reason could in fact be due to nutrition. If you drank a lot of milk when you were younger, your bones got a good, healthy start to growth. If you continued to drink milk from when you were younger to present day, then your bones have always been strong and have been able to grow rather quickly. A third reason could go back to the height of your grandparents when they were your age. If one of them was also tall when they were 18, then that gene could have been repressed in your parent but showed up again in you.
Get the hell outta here with all these bullshit posts!
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PostSubject: Re: height effected by nutrition?   height effected by nutrition? EmptySat Dec 25, 2010 8:02 pm

Bdog wrote:
Mymonermanus wrote:
There are a few possibilities. One could be that you are tall thanks to your dad. Even though he's currently a few inches shorter than you, he could have shrunk those inches due to age. Shrinking in height as one gets older is natural. Another reason could in fact be due to nutrition. If you drank a lot of milk when you were younger, your bones got a good, healthy start to growth. If you continued to drink milk from when you were younger to present day, then your bones have always been strong and have been able to grow rather quickly. A third reason could go back to the height of your grandparents when they were your age. If one of them was also tall when they were 18, then that gene could have been repressed in your parent but showed up again in you.
Get the hell outta here with all these bullshit posts!

I know lol...where do you come up with these random questions?...I think he's in the wrong forum lol
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PostSubject: Re: height effected by nutrition?   height effected by nutrition? EmptyMon Dec 27, 2010 9:52 am

Can someone clean up this forum and ban the troll please?
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