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Child Growth: List Of Research-Backed Claims

A child is a person between the stages of birth to teens. Physical growth refers to the increases in height and weight and other bodily changes that happen as a child matures.

During the first year of life, the child grows tremendously fast and usually triple their birth weight. The child continues to grow until about 15-17 years of age when they reach physical maturity and stop growing.

Enough rest, regular exercise, and good nutrition are good ways to help children reach their full growth potential.

Research-Backed Beneficial Claims For Children's Growth

Children grow from birth to the ages of 15-17. Evidence through research shows that some nutrients may help your child reach their full growth potential.

You're welcome to explore nutrients that share this claim by clicking on their names.

Research-Backed Side-Effects Claims Affecting Children's Growth

Children grow from birth to the ages of 15-17. Evidence through research shows that some nutrients may affect your child’s growth during its childhood.

You're welcome to explore nutrients that share this claim by clicking on their names.

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