There is nothing wrong with being short, and for most of the time, height can be quite subjective, which means what is short or tall to you might be perceived differently by others. But, there’s also nothing wrong with wanting more height.
However, aiming to add those extra inches takes a lot of dedication, particularly if you’re already beyond your growth spurt age. Being in such a challenge will likely bring up some question, such as: what you should eat, what supplements you should take, or even as odd-sounding as -can stretching make you taller? Well, I’m here to answer such queries.
Eating something delightful to satisfy your sweet tooth does not mean the dreaded additional pounds in the weighing scale.
There are a lot of low fat homemade ice cream recipes you can find. You can choose from amazing apricots to soothing zucchini flavors, that’s literally from A-Z.
This diet aims to restrict intake of saturated fat and cholesterol to minimize the risk of heart disease and obesity. This means eating a larger volume of food for the same number of calories. It sounds fantastic especially if what is on the table is a low fat homemade ice cream and your favorite flavor at that!
- a bunch of romaine lettuce
- a small bunch of lolo rossa lettuce (mainly to add color)
- 8 segments of pomelo
- 1 large ripe mango
- a handful of walnuts (for crunch)
for the dressing:
- juice of 1 lemon
- 1 1/2 tbsp fish sauce
- 2 tbsp white sugar
- 3 tbsp lemon infused oil (for that extra lemon flavor)
Chop, thoroughly wash and dry those lettuce. Keep them chilled until your about to dress them up to retain their fresh crunch.
Tip: If your lettuce has wilted a bit and has lost its crunch, worry not. All you have to do is give them a warm water bath (warm enough to dip your fingers to it) for 20 seconds then transfer them to a bowl of iced water. Dry them up with kitchen towels or if you have salad spinner, the better. Keep them chilled.