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    Quote Originally Posted by Jovialis View Post
    Being too tall is also bad for your heart.


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    oh c'mon tall people have feelings too ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jovialis View Post
    Being too tall is also bad for your heart.


    lmao
    I thought it was the other way around? for each 2.5 inches shorter one is at increased risk of heart disease.

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    Height has a relationship with a number of medical conditions, including heart disease. Atrial fibrillation has been observed to be more common in taller individuals. Marfan syndrome, with its high prevalence of mitral valve disease and abnormalities of the aorta, is associated with increased height. Mitral valve prolapse in patients without Marfan syndrome may be more common in taller people. Conversely, congestive heart failure, coronary artery disease, and possibly aortic valve calcification are less prevalent with increasing height. The relationship between height and health will be of increasing importance as the population grows
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25051127
    I quickly looked this up. There seems to be different heart conditions related to whether if you are taller, or shorter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jovialis View Post
    Being too tall is also bad for your heart.


    lmao
    Strange that this post was downvoted

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela View Post
    Personally, I've always felt that when people are too tall they lose in coordination what they gain in height. I don't know if that's borne out by statistical analysis but that's been my impression, certainly for things like dancing.

    There are pluses and minuses for everything.
    that is true
    but the main disadvantage for tall people used to be that tall people need more food, if not as an adult, then at least while growing up and developping their body
    that is why people tend to become taller and taller today

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    Quote Originally Posted by bicicleur View Post
    that is true
    but the main disadvantage for tall people used to be that tall people need more food, if not as an adult, then at least while growing up and developping their body
    that is why people tend to become taller and taller today
    Very true. It's not just food, I think, but also, unfortunately, the hormones in the food and the meat.

    I think that's what happened to my son. He's the only one in our family who drinks milk. He just kept growing and growing, although he was short as a child. His growth spurt didn't happen until he hit 16. Thankfully he stopped at 6'3", about three inches taller than his father, but much leaner and less muscular.

    @Davef,

    "Strange that this post was downvoted".
    Someone who doesn't believe a southern Italian man can be tall. It may not be typical, but it does indeed happen. My husband's grandfather and father were 6'1" and his uncle, 6'0", was a boxer in the Marines and a semi-professional light-heavyweight, I think they call it, which I think has to come in under 180 pounds or something, which was hard for him. He was solid muscle with barely any effort. Pure Calabrian.

    He was built like Jake LaMotta, the "Raging Bull", who was a famous World Middleweight Champion at 5'8", only four inches taller, even broader, and longer through the torso.


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    As I have just found out, we are now around the same height people were 16,000 BC for the first time since. So maybe the question I should have asked is not why people are now getting taller but why they have gotten shorter for so long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela View Post
    Very true. It's not just food, I think, but also, unfortunately, the hormones in the food and the meat.

    I think that's what happened to my son. He's the only one in our family who drinks milk. He just kept growing and growing, although he was short as a child. His growth spurt didn't happen until he hit 16. Thankfully he stopped at 6'3", about three inches taller than his father, but much leaner and less muscular.

    @Davef,



    Someone who doesn't believe a southern Italian man can be tall. It may not be typical, but it does indeed happen. My husband's grandfather and father were 6'1" and his uncle, 6'0", was a boxer in the Marines and a semi-professional light-heavyweight, I think they call it, which I think has to come in under 180 pounds or something, which was hard for him. He was solid muscle with barely any effort. Pure Calabrian.
    yes, all the junk that is in the food today - you can't trust it
    milk doesn't have to have a bad influence I think
    I drank a lot of it when I was young - up to 3 liters a day
    I'm 6"0', but not lean, rather muscular as I like to describe myself
    I don't think it is because of the milk, I think it is my DNA and that I had a lot of excercise when I was growing up, and today I still like sports and physical excercise
    My sons drink or drank much less milk. They are 6"2' and 6"4' and they have the same body type like me.

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    I am tall 190 cm.

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    Hundreds of genetic 'switches' that affect height


    https://www.sciencedaily.com/release...1205115936.htm

    It's been understood for decades that a host of factors -- everything from pre- and post-natal health, nutrition, and genetics -- play a role in determining height, but efforts to untangle the complex web of factors that contribute to height have long been stymied.
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    That picture, however, is becoming clearer, thanks to the work of Harvard scientists.

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    I'm average...about 178 cm in the morning, 176-176.5 cm in the evening

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    Mostly men here I see. I'm 5'4" female. But 2 inches taller than my mother,
    and both of my girls are over 2 inches taller than me. Lucky them.

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    Last time I measured myself I was half an inch off 6' and that was about six or seven years ago

    I think I may have had a delayed growth spurt since then, though, partly because I had a spell of several months where I got a lot of pains in the middle of my spine and also because everyone else seems so much shorter...

    Most of my family are pretty average height on both sides

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    Quote Originally Posted by DNZ View Post
    184 cm without shoes.:)Not tall and not short.
    Since when is 184 not tall?

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    Quote Originally Posted by srdceleva View Post
    Since when is 184 not tall?

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    I know, right? :) Seems more than tall enough to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela View Post
    I know, right? :) Seems more than tall enough to me
    In most Western countries it falls within a couple of inches of the average, so most people (well, paranoid men anyway) wouldn't really consider it 'tall'

    I guess you could call it 'within the average range'

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    I would say if anyone is taller then me. Then they are taller then average in my opinion

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    Average may mean different things in different countries, yes?

    In the U.S. average is about 5'9", but the largest group is 5'8". At 6'2"+ my son is very tall, and even his dad at 6'0" is at the far end of the spectrum. Maybe for my son it's all the milk he used to drink. No one else in the family drinks it at all.




    You can see the world here, and again, it looks like 5'8-9" might be a world wide average? Or maybe it's shorter since Europeans aren't a very large portion of the world's population. I think 5'9" seems about right for Europe, though. A lot of the countries with very tall men are low in overall population.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela View Post
    Maybe for my son it's all the milk he used to drink. No one else in the family drinks it at all.
    Hmm nowadays milk is not the best source of calcium since it has estrogen which I now limit Milk in food and protein is hard to avoid). Think about it, the mother cow uses estrogen to create the milk to feed her babies. You did say that your husband was built with solid muscle which meaning he had a good diet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela View Post
    Average may mean different things in different countries, yes?
    In the U.S. average is about 5'9", but the largest group is 5'8". At 6'2"+ my son is very tall, and even his dad at 6'0" is at the far end of the spectrum. Maybe for my son it's all the milk he used to drink. No one else in the family drinks it at all.

    You can see the world here, and again, it looks like 5'8-9" might be a world wide average? Or maybe it's shorter since Europeans aren't a very large portion of the world's population. I think 5'9" seems about right for Europe, though. A lot of the countries with very tall men are low in overall population.
    apart from Australia and New-Zealand which have been colonised by Europeans, I'd say there is clear north-south cline, with northwest Europe a few extra cm on top of that

    I think late paleolithic tundra HG were allready quite tall
    being tall probably was an advantage in such environment

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdeoF View Post
    Hmm nowadays milk is not the best source of calcium since it has estrogen which I now limit Milk in food and protein is hard to avoid). Think about it, the mother cow uses estrogen to create the milk to feed her babies. You did say that your husband was built with solid muscle which meaning he had a good diet
    He was raised strictly on southern Italian, almost exlusively Neapolitan, cooking, so good amounts of cheese, but no milk or butter. From what he says and from what I saw of his grandmother's cooking they ate quite a bit of pork and chicken and shellfish, but lots of vegetables and fruits, and, of course, good, rustic, Italian bread. The cooking oil was always olive oil. He doesn't now and never ate fast food, and I literally can't remember the last time I saw him eat chips, or snacks, or a dessert other than a bit of ice cream once in a while. He'll bring home pies and doughnuts for my son, who has a bottomless pit yet never gains weight, but never touches it himself. He has, in fact, quite extraordinary discipline when it comes to diet and exercise. When we were courting and money was short, it was pizza and a salad usually, but from Italian local pizzerias.

    I think some of it is genetics and going to the gym a lot too. He's six feet tall, as I said, very big boned, and about 190-195, yet apparently the doctors say his percentage of body fat is extremely low. My son, on the other hand, has the kind of bone structure we have in my family, smaller, and he's "lanky", I guess you'd say: over 6"2, but only weighs 180-185, and he has less muscle and more fat than his dad. I guess you could say the difference is like that between an American football player's body, say someone like Joe Manganiello, and a swimmer's body, like maybe Phelps when he's not lifting a lot of weights. I don't think he'd ever bulk up the way his dad does with very little effort: it's just different genetics in terms of the capacity for building muscle mass. He'd never look like this, and even if he did, imo it would look "weird", obviously not "natural" to him.

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    So much is just genetics. It works that way in my family too. My mother and I were the same height at about 5'6" tall, but while she had a lanky, boyish figure, I'm definitely hour glass shaped like my Dad's Emilian side. When she died she was still only 120 pounds with no particular effort other than eating right, but I have to work out and use the treadmill to keep my weight at what I consider the optimum for my body type, and I definitely can't eat as much as I did at 18.

    You can only fight your genetics so much. You have to work within its parameters, I think.

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    I'am 6 feet 4, but that's not an exception in my hometown, Groningen has the largest inhabitants of the Netherlands. And as a whole the Netherlands has already the tallest people.....

    https://goo.gl/images/mEAk1P

    Some explanations:
    https://www.cbs.nl/en-gb/news/2008/0...all-as-in-2001

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela View Post
    He was raised strictly on southern Italian, almost exlusively Neapolitan, cooking, so good amounts of cheese, but no milk or butter. From what he says and from what I saw of his grandmother's cooking they ate quite a bit of pork and chicken and shellfish, but lots of vegetables and fruits, and, of course, good, rustic, Italian bread. The cooking oil was always olive oil. He doesn't now and never ate fast food, and I literally can't remember the last time I saw him eat chips, or snacks, or a dessert other than a bit of ice cream once in a while. He'll bring home pies and doughnuts for my son, who has a bottomless pit yet never gains weight, but never touches it himself. He has, in fact, quite extraordinary discipline when it comes to diet and exercise. When we were courting and money was short, it was pizza and a salad usually, but from Italian local pizzerias.

    I think some of it is genetics and going to the gym a lot too. He's six feet tall, as I said, very big boned, and about 190-195, yet apparently the doctors say his percentage of body fat is extremely low. My son, on the other hand, has the kind of bone structure we have in my family, smaller, and he's "lanky", I guess you'd say: over 6"2, but only weighs 180-185, and he has less muscle and more fat than his dad.

    You can only fight your genetics so much. You have to work within its parameters, I think.
    Yep what your Husband was eating was defiantly good no wonder he's a big guy even the cheese in south Europe is better then in north Europe in my opinion. So yes it really was the lifestyle aswell compared to you can say new York. Less sugar also made a impact on your Husbands features in which he does not crave of sugary products which is why he does not care about them but your son eats more of them because of the city life. (your family has got a high metabolism). I had it aswell but I started to lose it when I was 21. Yep they also say in the gym that genetics is half of it so your right but we can all improve really so it's not a big deal.

    Hmm I weigh more then your son im around 189lb (86kg) but i am trying to lose some body fat so i should be around his weight when i get there.
    Your husband is a great guy who looks after himself. If i met him in the gym I would stop lifting listen to what he would say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdeoF View Post
    Yep what your Husband was eating was defiantly good no wonder he's a big guy even the cheese in south Europe is better then in north Europe in my opinion. So yes it really was the lifestyle aswell compared to you can say new York. Less sugar also made a impact on your Husbands features in which he does not crave of sugary products which is why he does not care about them but your son eats more of them because of the city life. (your family has got a high metabolism). I had it aswell but I started to lose it when I was 21. Yep they also say in the gym that genetics is half of it so your right but we can all improve really so it's not a big deal.

    Hmm I weigh more then your son im around 189lb (86kg) but i am trying to lose some body fat so i should be around his weight when i get there.
    Your husband is a great guy who looks after himself. If i met him in the gym I would stop lifting listen to what he would say.
    Actually, his self-discipline in these matters is so unwavering that it's sometimes a bit annoying, to be honest, but thank you. :)

    It also helps that someone is cooking a home-made healthy dinner every night! Well, that's probably unfair. He'd probably go buy a salad and soup or a turkey sandwich with mustard, no mayo. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdeoF View Post
    Yep what your Husband was eating was defiantly good no wonder he's a big guy even the cheese in south Europe is better then in north Europe in my opinion.
    I guess that's due to what you are used to eat!
    These one has a nice specific taste....
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friesian_Clove

    By the way my mother and father are pretty small (for Dutch measures) I think about 1.70 m or just beneath it, only my grandmothers were pretty tall, there was a portrait of the marriage of my grandparents where my grandmother had to make some kind of pose in order not to look as tall as she was....

    Other times, Dutch woman are nowadays much more liberated.

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