New York, NY (PressExposure) June 26, 2009 -- Following an injury to his foot, Beijing man Zhao Liang visited hospital only to discover he is the worldâs tallest man. The revelation that humans of this height can remain perfectly healthy appears to have increased downloads of a new online e book containing an effective method to increase height.
âSmaller to Tallerâ, an online eBook designed to help short people grow taller naturally, was developed and written by Dr. Derek Boris. Dr. Boris is a professional family doctor who was deeply moved by the low confidence of many of his patients. He wanted to prevent the dangerous lengths that his shorter patients were going to in order to grow taller and provide them with the safe, effective alternative he believes they should have been following all along.
"Too many people are immediately resorting to steroids and HGH treatments without giving natural methods a chance" says Dr Boris, author of the âSmaller to Tallerâ e-book "My book provides many natural methods to increase height and these methods not only work, but are also scientifically proven to work"
While the worldâs tallest man Zhao Liang will return to perfect health when his foot heals, many of the worldâs tallest people suffer disorders as a result of excess HGH; a hormone that many shorter people take as a supplement.
The eBook is expected to gain notoriety as a safe way to increase height, without jeopardising overall health, especially since the price was recently cut down from $299 to just $27. The eBook focuses closely on expanding the cartilage between vertebrae in the spinal cord whilst using a specific diet, high levels of amino acids and specific exercises to increase natural growth.
In light of Zhao Liang gaining the title of Worldâs Tallest Man, medical professional Dr. Derek Boris has recently released his book âSmaller to Tallerâ. The e book, available to download online from the http://www.smallertotaller.com website, details a safe and effective method of growing taller for those with short stature and low confidence.