As parents, we all want our children to grow up to be as big and strong as possible, but many times people attribute size solely to genetic potential and don’t fret much about the dieting aspect of development. The truth is, by ensuring your child has an optimal diet throughout their developmental years you can actually give them a significant boost in height, weight, and intelligence. However, keeping a pantry full of superfoods and preparing salads three times a day can seem impractical for many parents, and unfortunately many kids won’t be receptive to eating such puritan diets. With that said, here are three delicious and simple components you can add to your child’s diet to help their body produce more human growth hormone (HGH).
Germinated Brown Rice
Germinated brown rice has received a lot of attention in the bodybuilding industry for its ability to stimulate the body’s production of HGH, which influences not only muscle growth but also bone growth in people who are undergoing growth spurts. Germinating brown rice activates the grain’s tap root growth process and creates a special amino acid called GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid), which is known to directly and significantly boost HGH. Germinated brown rice contains higher levels of bioavailable vitamin E, niacin, ferulic acid, B vitamins, and magnesium, as well as more antioxidant activity. This is also a great dietary addition for mothers who want to give birth to a bigger baby – Preg Med is another good source of nutritional tips for pregnant mothers.
Yogurt contains high levels of the amino acid glutamine, which has been shown to boost HGH levels. Furthermore, yogurt is high in protein, is easy for children to digest, and can be mixed with all sorts of yummy stuff like fruits, candies, and cereals. You can also use yogurt as a base for custom smoothies or freeze it for a more nutritious alternative to ice cream. Additionally, yogurt pops are quick, easy, and convenient snacks that you can hand out with minimal effort, and you can even freeze them to make frozen yogurt popsicles.
Raspberries and Pineapples
You know that fruits and vegetables are good for child development overall, but did you know that raspberries and pineapples in particular can boost levels of hormones that lead to higher HGH production? Raspberries boost melatonin levels more than any other food, while pineapples boost serotonin levels. Thus, raspberries are good for breakfast or lunch while pineapples are best for dessert or an evening snack. Even better, combine this with tip #2 to have yogurt with pineapples and raspberry and you’ll have an HGH boosting concoction that will help your child reach their maximum potential height.
The First 7 Years Are Paramount
While kids will continue to go through growth spurts well into their adolescence, the core development that gives them the biggest head start happens during their initial development between ages 0-7. Nutrition remains important after this age, but if you can optimize their diets during this initial stretch they’ll be much better off for it.
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St. Patrick's day is March 17th so its approaching quickly. I have a few ideas on art and food projects that i want to do with the kiddos. Hopefully I will have enough time to complete them and share them with you. This was a super easy one for those little hands. I cut the stripes of colored paper but if you are working with a preschooler or school aged child then they can practice cutting. The two toddler boys here only had to glue the pieces on their piece of paper. EASY, but they enjoyed it! :) It sure has brightened my kitchen with them hanging on the fridge! :) I also talked more about the Promise God gave us with the rainbow since I know that history a whole lot better then the history of the Irish Holiday!