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Colleen writes:
Is there a way to blossom quicker and grow taller quicker?

Dear Colleen,
I promise you that the human body will grow up just as quick as it can, it's nothing short of a miracle, the nearest thing we're ever going to get to proof of the existence of God!

Some would say there's nothing you can do to help; you've inherited your genes from your parents, so the 'blueprint' is set at birth - you can't change your colour, not even th colour of your hair. You can't control the maximum height (or weight) your combination of inherited bits and pieces will aspire to.

So what can you do? Live healthy.
If you are getting enough vitamin C, taking extra won't make any difference - but if you're low, it'll slow your development down.
If you are getting enough iron, taking extra will make you ill - but if you're low, it'll slow your development down.
If you are getting enough sleep, taking extra will make you irritable - but if you're missing some, it'll slow your development down.
If you are getting enough exercise, taking extra will not help at all - but if you're lazy, it'll slow your development down.

And so on ...so learn about these things. And be good to people. You'll never see scientific proof, but mean people never blossom - they go from runt to old in one slick movement.

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