I remember reading the “grow taller 4 idiots” pdf and reading about this vegetable cocktail juice one can make just from ordinary grocery store vegetable that was supposed to help give you the needed types of amino acids. I didn’t really think the cocktail formula was worth adding to this site but since reading about it on the E-product, the juice cocktail seems to appear in other “how to grow taller” websites, specifically this blog.
So here it is.
This juice recipe is really simple. The ingredients are tomatoes , broad beans and cabbage. Why should these ingredients?
Tomatoes contain High In Gamma-Aminobutryic Acid (GABA ), this is an amino acid, inhibitory neurotransmitter, responsible for inducing relaxation and sleep. It is usually ingested orally in powdered form. In a study from the First Medical Clinic at the University of Milan showed “In all of the 19 subjects studied, compared with 18 controls, plasma growth hormone levels were significantly Increased (above 5 mg/ml) by acute oral administration of 5 g of GABA”. This dramatic Increase In HGH levels can be put down to GABA5 ability to increase Deep Sleep In patients through Its neurotransmitter inhibitory response. Deep Sleep, as you will learn more of further on, is when large proportions of HGH is secreted naturally. Experts claim that powdered GABA should not cross the Blood-Brain-Barrier and therefore be ineffective, but many studies keep showing oral ingestion of GABA to have some effect on HGH levels.
Broad beans contain L-Dopa, an amino acid that has been used for years in the treatment of Parkinson Disease. L-dopa increases levels of dopamine in the brain and causes the secretion of growth hormone from the anterior pituitary gland. In 1970, Boyd and colleagues found that a 500mg oral dose “caused a significant rise in plasma growth hormone in PD patients, Initially starting therapy or on chronic L-dopa therapy for as long as 11 months. The rise in plasma growth hormone persisted for 120 minutes after the administration of the drug.” (4). Boden and his co-workers gave 500mg of the drug orally to four male and five female volunteers. “HGH levels rose sharply at 45 minutes from the basal value of 0.8mg/nil, to a maximum of 10.0mg/nil at 90 minutes (p<0.001) and declined thereafter. This rise occurred in eight of the nine subjects.” (5). Hayek and Crawford reported that six out of seven “constitutionally short children” responded to oral L-dopa (200-500mg), “…with elevations in HGH concentration above 7mg! ml, peak levels occurring between 30 and 120 minutes after drug administration.. “. (3). There have been many other study’s which also back up these results.
Cabbage contains L-Glutamine. This is the most abundant amino acid in the body. L-glutamine Is a readily available popular sport supplement. L-glutamines HGH level increasing ability’s may be a result of is its ability to boost protein manufacturing. A 1995 study by Tomas C. Welbourne of Louisiana State University College of Medicine in Shreveport. Welbourne showed that about 2 grams of glutamine raised HGH levels more than four times than when the subjects were given a placebo. Another study showed a 5g dose of the mixture L-lycine, L-glutamine and Niacin to increase serum HGH levels 70% (2).
Well, now you know what and why we should choose those ingredients. Then now let’s make it :
1. 3 Tomatoes –
2. 250 grams broad beans
3. 250 grams cabbage
Place those ingredients into blender and blend until liquid (add water to adjust consistency).
For daily consumption , you can make triple then put in your fridge . Drink them as your height program suggests.
From Source HERE
Me: One thing I have a problem with of this recipe is that in one of Hakker’s Old posts, he strictly said to avoid Tomatos because of a certain compound that is not helpful in height increase. I don’t remember the exact post or where it was from but tomatos was specified not be eaten for height increase.