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I'm 14, if I lose weight, will my height be affected? Will I not be able to reach my maximum height potential, as I've heard nutrition plays a big factor in this
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As long as you’re not extremely lacking in nutrition it won’t affect your height.
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As long as you’re not extremely lacking in nutrition it won’t affect your height.
definitely sure? Say if I lose 5kg and eat a lot less and workout more
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definitely sure? Say if I lose 5kg and eat a lot less and workout more
Do you need to lose that weight?

You should not lose weight suddenly, you should lose it slowly.
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tbh I wouldn't diet too much if you're a kid. I used to do it loads when I was a teenager and it probably stunted my growth lol.
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tbh I wouldn't diet too much if you're a kid. I used to do it loads when I was a teenager and it probably stunted my growth lol.
How tall are you now?
And how tall do you think you would've been if you hadn't done so much dieting

(Original post by JustOneMoreThing)
Do you need to lose that weight?

You should not lose weight suddenly, you should lose it slowly.
Well, I think so. It's kind of hard to explain
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How tall are you now?
And how tall do you think you would've been if you hadn't done so much dieting


Well, I think so. It's kind of hard to explain
I'm 5'11" I had a growth spurt when I was your age and after that I just stopped growing, which was around the same time I started weight lifting and dieting alot (i was quite obsessed with it). So from 15 onwards I didn't grow at all lol, which isn't that normal because men are supposed to grow even in their early 20s.
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I'm 14, if I lose weight, will my height be affected? Will I not be able to reach my maximum height potential, as I've heard nutrition plays a big factor in this
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I'm 5'11" I had a growth spurt when I was your age and after that I just stopped growing, which was around the same time I started weight lifting and dieting alot (i was quite obsessed with it). So from 15 onwards I didn't grow at all lol, which isn't that normal because men are supposed to grow even in their early 20s.
That's what I'm worried about
I'm currently almost 5ft 4, but my parents are 5ft 6 and 5ft 8, so surely I should become taller?(I'm a girl btw)
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