Grow Taller 4 Idiots: While a short stature is traditionally understood to plague one for their lifetime, Grow Taller 4 Idiots (growtaller4idiots.com) claims that most people can actually add 2-5inches to their height even well into their adult years.
The very first concerns anyone would have about a height gain program is that it peddles yet another ‘miracle’ herb, tonic, or pituitary gland stimulant. These are not only ineffective, but can often be dangerous. The only known cases of pituitary gland stimulants working at all have been documented in young children, with the serious side effect of loss in bone density.
On the other hand, Dr. Darwin Smith (the pseudo-name of the author of the program) boasts that Grow taller 4 Idiots is a completely natural (using postural exercises with nutritional adjustments) and side-effect free program that is guaranteed to increase one’s height as much as 3-5 inches in under 6 weeks.
Clearly, this is quite a claim that seems to be unachievable given what is known about height gain traditionally. This makes it all the more important to take a good look at what Grow Taller 4 Idiots has to offer.
Purchasing the program:
Grow Taller 4 Idiots is a digital product that can be purchased and downloaded instantly to one’s computer.. I found purchasing the program fairly straightforward, though I do recommend printing out the program once it is downloaded so it feels more like a physical book.
Reading through the program:
Essentially, this is a program written for laymen to understand and apply immediately.
The major section o the book is dedicated to the dietary and nutritnal changes that will help one fully exploit the height gaining exercises in the next section. This is a very informative section that one will refer back to many times. The second section which is significantly shorter than the first covers the core exercises of the program.
Finally there is one more section that goes through various posture defects that leads to body aches and lowered height. Dr. Smith does tend to waste time talking about how a short height affects one’s self image. I found this to be needless and distracting from the otherwise very valuable and relatively rare information.
Does It Work?
This is obviously the most important aspect of reviewing this product. It doesn’t matter how well written the program is, or how easy it is to purchase, if it doesn’t work. There is no doubt that when properly followed, the spinal decompression exercises combined with the dietary and posture adjustments show clear gains in people who do suffer from marked spinal and joint compression. The numerous customer testimonials of Grow Taller 4 Idiots and of those who have used spinal decompression for backache relief and height gain attests to the effectiveness of this program. In fact, Spinal decompression is now offered at some of the leading chiropractors in the US today at costs ranging from $70 and up per sitting.
While some users may experience 3-5 gain in a period of 6 weeks, most of the people applying this system will likely see an increase of 1 to 2 inches.
Of course, there will be a small minority of people who will not see gains – either because spinal compression is not their primary issue, or because they are not following the program correctly. Whatever the case, for those who do not witness any gains in their height, Dr. Smith offers a no-questions-asked, 60 day money-back-guarantee. Since the billing is handled by a third-party, there are no problems with issues of refunds either.
- Effective over both long and short run.
- Inexpensive, comes with a money back gaurantee.
- Posture and dietary adjustments helpful at treating other maladies.
- Easy to follow exercises that take less than 30 minutes a day.
- Hype-based psychological marketing is somewhat nauseating.
- Wastes time talking about ill effects of low height on one’s self-esteem.
- Typical gains are closer to 2 inches than 3 to 5.
All in all, Grow Taller 4 Idiots does deliver on helping one gain height quickly and naturally regardless of one’s age, gender or ethnicity. Though there are some minor issues such as the hype marketing, it does little to take away from the effectiveness of the program.