Plenty of reasons-
Malnourishment: I don't need to give examples. For whatever reasons coincidentally and not coincidentally, our population have gone through plenty of starvation over the years so that should bound to make it's impact.
Lack of big animal protein in our food: While it isn't a straight evidence but it is pretty much evident that we don't necessarily eat big animal meat protein. If one looks at World over, big animal meat protein makes people comparatively taller
Hypocrisy and ignorance of other: There are plenty of Indian men who are ridiculously tall but if others are ignorant about it nothing can be done about that
Lack of sporting culture due to heat: Do exercise and play sports, one will be naturally tall
We are lazy: we are lazy due to conservative slow cultural life style and heat. It's bound to make its impact.
Now an ordinary Indian men might be 5.5 ft
Whereas an ordinary Indian women might be 5ft
International average height for men is 5.10–6 ft and for women 5.6ft
Now suppose your parents are typical Indian parents, your father is 5.5ft and your mother is 5 ft.
This is something most Indian can identify.
So there's no chance in hell that you ever can be 6.6 ft
You won't be 6ft either.
But realistically, you can be 5.10–5.11 ft atleast.
If you exercise and eat healthy foods with big animal meat protein (this is must), you would see certain increase in your height. This is guaranteed. But you have to do this when you are atleast 13 years old.
Hell, some of your friends might already be in that height so there's possibility you can push that but I am not going overboard with this.
Let's say you married a woman whose height is 5.4 ft and again I am not talking about someone who stand out. I am talking about general population.
So a 5.4 ft would still be a tall woman in Indian standard. I know western people would think this is ridiculous. But it's truth.
Now let's come back to the issue, so if you two are married and have a child together.
If he does the same stuff, I asked you to do then he has a realistic possibility of having 6.3 ft height. Yes, I am not joking, this is a real possibility. 6.3 ft is WWE wrestler John Cena's height. Superman's height is 6.3ft.
Now you would definitely be considered a tall man in international standards. Even though not in basketball but that's exception.
His children if they do the same process, have the realistic possibility of becoming 6.6 ft. Remember the more your parents are taller, the lesser chances are for you to become significantly taller than your parents. So again this is conservative estimate.
Now imagine if you are 13 in 2019, you would become 19 in 2025, if you have child in 2036, then child becomes adult in 2054 and he would have child in 2066 then he would become adult in 2084.
So by the time, 2084, that guy has the realistic possibility of becoming 6.6 ft
I know sounds ridiculous, stupid and irrelevant.
But hey, I already said at the beginning that it was a very conservative estimate, so considering the rate of birth in India and amount of people in India, I would say by the time we are in 2055 or somewhere around that time, we would have our average height in international standards of slightly beyond that.
Which means only 36 years from now on.
Now you can't expect everyone to live like this, so after adding and subtracting, I would say we would be that in 2060 or 2066.
In rough estimate 50 years from now.
Chances are that by then we (Indian subcontinent people)would become 40% of World's population. And global leader if not the one, very close to it.
It still sounds unbelievable in my ears living in 2019 but I guess things change this way in real life.
Watch when you eat#Dietitionpreeti
How often do we think about making our parents happy? Ummmm lets be honest, never or very rarely. We don't even realize most of the times that their whole universe revolves around us and we make our universe with our friends and other acquaintances.
Is it fair with them? I don't think so.
Remember those times when you would deny to eat anything and your mum and dad would do every possible thing to make you eat. How many of us ever ask them if they ate or not?
Remember those times when we fell ill ? My Gosh ! Ammi and Abba would let go of all their work and make sure we become alright as soon as possible. How many of us even ask them now if they are alright? Or accompany them to the Hospital when they ask us to ?
And the list will never end. Point is. Lets just do one thing, atleast one thing today that could possibly bring a smile on their faces.
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