No. Once the brain is fully developed, at about 21 years of age. It does not grow anymore. Protein is main building block of the body and used to maintain the brain. Another good source of 'brain food' is Omega-3 fatty acids. Some good sources include seafood, particularly salmon and shrimp.
You can exercise and make your hips grow more muscles. Eat a diet with enough protein to help the muscles grow.
Yes water can make your brain cells grow, but too much water will make your brain cells burst.
Ribosomes make protein in a cell.
To make your muscles grow fast you need a protein rich diet and adequate exercise.
I don't think it makes you GROW, but it does build strong bones with the protein.
yes take it one a day
it can but also when your taking in protein you will need to excersize your upper body along with it
Eating lots of protein makes hair grow faster and makes it healthier and stronger. The reason for this is that hair is made of protein.
No. While a protein deficiency could stunt growth, excessive protein will not cause beyond normal increases in height.
Fried egg can makes you grow faster as it contains pure protein and milk helps you to grow
fish oil make you smart because of all the protein calcium and minerals for your body and brain
Eat a balanced diet containing a lot of protein.
Eat lots of protein.
trout pellets, they make the goldfish grow larger, faster, just a couple a day
sorry babe, you cant :/
Brain cells never grow back. But sneezing doesn't kill brain cells, and even if it did, you have so many brain cells losing a few would literally make no difference at all.
No, the nucleus does not make protein for the cell. A different organelle, called the ribosome, does. The nucleus is simply responsible for storing the DNA in the cell, and is often considered the "Brain of the cell".
No, peptides are another name for amino acids which make up proteins. So, a protein is much larger than a peptide.
Nope, Erections help the penis grow.
No, you can't grow larger breasts without gaining weight all over.