Can vitamins shorten your height?
Vitamins can't shorten your height.
No, I do not do that but you might be interested in learning about Procrustes. In Greek mythology he was a bandit who lived on the sacred path from Athens to Eleusis. He had a bed, in which he invited every passer-by to spend the night. If they were too short for the bed he would use his smith's hammer to stretch them to fit. If the guest was too tall, Procrustes would amputate the…
Wait. Besides consuming a solid diet with enough calories, vitamins and minerals, there's not a whole lot you can do to increase your height naturally. And it's not as though consuming extra multivitamins or the like will actually increase your height- by getting enough vitamins, you'll avoid a potential deficiency that could delay your growth. Consuming more vitamins than you need won't help and might hurt other aspects of your health.
height is not only determined by DNA it is controlled by many factors which are based on the secretions of hormones and enzymes ,these all secretions are based on the vitamins quantity in our body so in order to increase height we need all essential vitamins which is attained by taking good food or else by taking some food supplements which include vitamins.
Smoking causes damage to your heart, which runs through your blood. You get nurtrients from food into your body and eventually into your bloodstream. When your heart is damaged it doesn't take in as much vitamins, so eventually you will stay the same height or get shorter. But if you smoke you won't get any taller.
You will be same height at first, however, if you lived there for a long time - highly unlikely - but you would notice a difference in your height, especially at the end of the day, when Earths gravity normally shortens you by about 1 inch, on Mercury the gravity would only shorten you by 1/3 inch. Over time, your body would grow to account for the reduced gravity.