Speed up Height?
Mmm … I want to ask, can 17-year-olds who want to increase their TB to quickly drink calcium lactate, how many doses can they take?
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Basically, high growth in women will stop at the age of 14-15 years (or about 2 years after menstruation occurs). Beyond that age, the growth plate (epiphyseal plate) in the bone has closed and the height increase will not occur again with any effort you make, including taking calcium supplements.
Calcium lactate is a form of calcium supplement. At the age of 14-18 years, a woman is recommended to get 1300 mg of calcium intake every day. At the age of 19-50 years, a woman is recommended to get 1000 mg calcium intake every day. In fact, most people do not get enough calcium every day, either because their calcium sources are too low, or because calcium absorption is not good (due to lack of vitamin D as well). Lack of calcium intake can cause bones to become porous and osteoporosis can occur more quickly at the age of menopause later. If your daily diet does not contain enough calcium (for example, you don't drink much milk or its processed products, juice fortified with calcium and vitamin D, or other sources of calcium), then you are advised to take calcium supplements for this purpose.
You should choose a calcium supplement that also contains vitamin D so that the absorption of calcium can be more maximal. These supplements will not make you grow taller, but can help shape your bones to become denser and prevent bone loss earlier. Recommended dosages are always listed on the product packaging, so you can follow the recommended dosages on the supplement packaging.
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