Why do people say that coffee stunts your growth?
- Type 2 diabetes
- Abnormal heart rhythms
- Parkinson’s disease
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Liver disease
- Certain cancers (especially liver cancer)
Does coffee really stop you from growing?
There is an episode of healthcare triage on you tube going through studies saying coffee consumption does not stunt growth. No. Caffeine does have some side effects. Low birth weight babies occur more with moms who drank a lot of caffeine during pregnancy. For children and adolescents caffeine can keep you awake longer.
Can caffeine really stop you from growing?
Will it stunt my growth? No! Despite what you’ve heard, caffeine has no effect on how tall you’ll be. That’s just an old wives’ tale, and science has even debunked it: A study that tracked 81…
Is it true that coffee stops your growth?
Years ago, most parents believed the age-old adage that caffeine will stunt growth. However, after years of research, scientists have been unable to prove that the theory is true. The caffeine in coffee may slightly reduce calcium absorption, which may inhibit bone growth in adolescents.