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Does Drinking Milk Increase Height
Calorie economics: Soy milk does not cause weight gain anymore than other food (including regular milk). Weight gain occurs when the total calorie intake exceeds the calories consumed by the body in activities, leading to storing away of the calories. In general, calories from all food sources not used are turned to fat and stored for later use. Portion control is important. Avoid drinking too much soy milk. ...Read more
Not for you: At a listed age of 21, nothing you eat or drink, no exercise or drug will make you grow taller. Additional linear growth requires open growth centers.These close in males between 16-20. You can have yours checked with an x-ray of your wrist/hand. If closed you are done. The calcium in milk is a needed nutrient for normal growth, but milk has no properties that would open closed growth centers ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: It is the hops and barley that stimulates milk production. Non-alcoholic beer works as well. If you want a regular beer with alcohol then drink no more than one a day and be sure it is not dark beer (higher alcohol content). Mother's milk tea also increase breast milk supply. Of course drinking a beer or any alcohol is not recommended if there is a previous history of alcohol problems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Saffron Milk benefi: Saffron Milk is rich in carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. Its cholesterol levels are much less. It is rich source of Folate, (folic acid) Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Riboflavin and Niacin. Calcium in the milk provides strength to the bones and teeth It is rich source of other minerals- Iron, Zinc, Copper and Phosphorous. Have Balanced Diet with whole grains, vegetables, fruits, soy products, and nuts. ...Read more
No, ...: Milk-drinking alone will not increase sperm production although milk color may resemble that of semen at times. If you have concerns over male infertility due to low sperm count, which results from multiple factors like poor testicular malfunction from congenital or acquired causes and sex hormonal imbalance, etc. To define the possible causes, seek professional evaluation & counseling. Best... ...Read more
Depends: Alcohol has a carbohydrate effect & stimulates Insulin release which depresses blood sugar and stimulates hunger. Insulin release also turns off breakdown of fat as a backup energy source in the body. Over time this can lead to increased intake, quick deposition of energy as fat stores and eventual weight gain. The skinny alcoholic exists because they seldom spend money on food. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
? exogeneous hormone: The milk itself is not an issue. There are concerns with the various hormones (growth hormones and estrogens) given to the cows to stimulate their milk production and how much of this may end up in the milk. Milk packaging today will often specify when it comes from cows that did not receive hormonal stimulation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Depends: If you have a premi or newborn, skip coffee for a while.These infants have not had time to start up their caffeine disposal ability and even a little coming through the breast milk can stay in their system for 1-2 wks. After a week or so I suggest limiting to one cup every 8 hours or so, until you are sure baby is not bothered (jittery, insomnia).Then you can resume your regular pattern. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not really: At a listed age of 20 I suspect you have finished your linear growth. Caffeine or energy drinks you may have consumed along the way have less to do with your height than parental height.You are expected to grow to the average of both parents plus 2-3 inches. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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