There are, however, some foods where the caloric expenditure to process them is a little higher than the calories they provide the system. The clear example is water, especially ice-cold water. The body needs to warm it up before absorbing it, leading to a small caloric debt. Foods with very high water content, such as celery, also have this tiny catabolic effect. But the nutritional value of water and celery are not high enough to properly sustain an organism, so relying solely on these foods to lose weight can lead to serious health complications.
One of the most common questions asked about Human Growth Hormone is whether it can make users grow taller. Between the ages of about 12 and 18, your body is still growing. During this time, the administration of Human Growth Hormone can help you add inches to your height. As such, Human Growth Hormone is an essential part of therapy for children who have growth disorders such as dwarfism. However, between 18 and 21 years old, growth plates on your bones fuse together and essentially “lock” your height. Administering Human Growth Hormone may cause individual bones in your body to thicken, but it will not lengthen them.