Can I still grow taller?

well , hi , im a 16 years old girl and I weight 172 pounds ( I know fat !! ) but I used to be 204 !!!!! I lost weight over the summer , anyways I was a late bloomer I got my first period when I turned 13 ( like a month after I turned 13) while everyone got theirs at 9 or something and im like 5ft8 im wondering can I still grow taller ? if so , how can I do it ( nutrition)? either way , thx for answering ! :)
shemy
Asked Jan 04, 2015
Yes,you can...!!
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JassicaRoy
Answered Dec 14, 2017
There is no certain age limit for height growth. Follow a good lifestyle and eat healthily, you will definitely grow taller.
sumita12sofat
Answered Mar 09, 2019
Some Medical Conditions May Cause an Adult's Height to Increase. Although most adults won't grow taller after age 18 to 20, there are exceptions to this rule. ... If the growth plates remain open past age 18 to 20, which is uncommon, height could continue to increase. Second, some suffer from gigantism.
drsmith7725
Answered Mar 09, 2019
I think the age limit to grow height for girls is 18-20 years. To reach your potential height you need adequate sleep (from 8-10 hours per night), adequate calories and a normal healthy diet. Plenty of protein from eggs, meat, poultry, seafood and dairy products helps as well as calcium from milk, cheese and other dairy products. You also need plenty of zinc from red meat, oysters, mussels, nuts and seeds and zinc-fortified cereals such as Weetabix. Vitamin D3 via the Sun also helps.
georgewhitt
Answered Mar 14, 2019
Yes, there is a certain age limit for height growth for a girl and the age limit is 18-20 years. Girls will stop growing about 1-2 years after menstruation begins, reaching their full adult height by age 19 to 20.
andrewwalker
Answered Apr 15, 2019

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