You know how your mum always used to say to you when you were younger that, ‘if you want to grow big and strong you need to eat your vegetables’?

Well, it turns out she was right.

A healthy diet is one of the key things you need in your life if you want to successfully grow taller. A good diet is a balanced one with plenty of protein, a few carbs and a good amount of fruit and vegetables.

But what if I told you that you could give your diet a turbo boost and put your HGH production into overdrive just by adding a few super veggies to your diet? I am guessing you would love it, so that is exactly what I am going to do – as this is a secret that needs to be spilled.

Below are 5 vegetables that will help you to grow taller.

1. Turnips

These beautiful and widely available vegetables are a great source of HGH hormones and vitamins. They are a super food that will be sure to give your height a boost.

Whether you are juicing it, roasting it, adding it to a salad or a soup, this vegetable will give your diet the kick in the pants it needs.

2. Broccoli


Broccoli is rich in Vitamin C, iron and fibre also has anti- cancer properties. It stimulates your growth hormone production and your idle growth hormones. It improves the functionality of your body and is very good value when it comes to cost.

You can eat it raw, boiled, roasted, blended into a soup, stir fried, and have it as a healthy snack or as part of your main meal. It is probably the most versatile vegetable on this list.

3. Spinach

Spinach is a versatile leafy green wonder of a vegetable. It is a rich source of vitamins, iron, calcium and fibres and will ensure that your body keeps functioning properly. It works to reactivate and stimulate the idle growth hormones in your body.

It is great as part of a salad or ground into a paste with water.

4. Brussel Sprouts


The Brussel Sprout is not just for Christmas. And not only will it help you grow taller by increasing your HGH production, but it is also rich in anti-cancer properties and will help your body stay healthy.

It is great in salads and as an accompaniment to most meat and it is at its best and most beneficial when it is in a semi-cooked state (par-boiled).

5. Bok Choy

Bok Choy (otherwise known as the Chinese cabbage) is loaded with minerals, vitamins, dietary fibres and carbohydrate and it works to stimulate the growth hormones in your body.

It is fantastic in soups and stir fries and is easy to cook with.

These vegetables would all make a fantastic addition to your diet. They will keep you healthy, increase your HGH production and give you the dietary boost that you have been looking for.

Time to get cooking!