How it works
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In many countries, average height has increased over the last century, mostly due to improved nutrition. Want to add some inches to your height? Just start with proper nutrition.
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NuBest Tall provides you with key nutrients to grow taller - Calcium, Collagen, precious herbs, vitamins and minerals – essentials for the building blocks of your growing bones but might be absent from daily diets.
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With NuBest Tall nutrient-dense capsules, each and every bone cell of your skeleton will be nourished to grow strong, stay healthy and reach the desired length.
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what's inside
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NuBest Tall works for children (5+) and teenagers who do not drink milk daily or cannot drink milk. Packed with premium ingredients that feature outstanding benefits, NuBest Tall can speed up height gain for children and teenagers during their growing years.
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Calcium Carbonate (nano)
As a key element for bone mass, calcium builds and maintains healthy bones and increase bone density. During the growing years, the bones absorb more calcium than at any other time of life. Without proper calcium intake, your body will take it from your bones, leading to weakened bones and a stunted height. NuBest Tall delivers your hungry bones with an optimal amount of calcium, prepared with advanced technology to be absorbed more easily in the body without causing kidney stones or constipation.
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Hydrolyzed Collagen
Collagen is an important protein that acts like a glue to hold the entire body together. It enhances bone density, strengthens bone health, and provides support and elasticity to connective tissues like joints and ligaments. NuBest Tall collagen is in its active form - Hydrolyzed Collagen. With much shorter chains of amino acids, Hydrolyzed Collagen features better absorption, so your body can digest it properly.
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Proprietary blend
For thousands of years, herbs have been used to nourish our health and well-being. NuBest Tall features a unique blend of precious herbs carefully chosen and clinically tested to assure multiple benefits for height gain and overall health. Our herbs work harmoniously as a natural boost to strengthen overall health by empowering the immune system and the body resistance.
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5-HTP & Ginkgo Biloba
Our unique combination of 5-HTP & Ginkgo Biloba offers a wide range of health benefits for children and teenagers. These ingredients are well-known for their ability to enhance brain functions, sharpen memory and boost restful sleep, which in turn promotes the body growth and development.
NuBest Tall works effectively for children (5+) and teenagers who do not drink milk daily or cannot drink milk. NuBest Tall provides your growing bones with Calcium, Hydrolyzed Collagen, proprietary blend, 5-HTP and Ginkgo Biloba - vital ingredients for calcium absorption and bone growth of children and teenagers.
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Directions: For children (5+) and teenagers who do not drink milk daily. It works effectively during puberty.
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From 5 years old: Take one (1) capsule twice daily about 30 minutes before meals or 1 hour after meals.
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From 10 years old (in case the growth plates are still open from 18 to 20 years old): Take one (1) capsule three times daily about 30 minutes before meals or 1 hour after meals.
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If your children cannot swallow the capsule, you can open up the capsule and mix the powder with milk, juice, smoothie or liquid foods such as porridge or soup.
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For the expected results, NuBest Tall should be used alongside a healthy diet, regular exercise and enough sleep (before 11:00 PM).
NuBest Tall 10+ is a height boost designed for children and teenagers from 10 years old and older who drink milk daily. In addition to Calcium, Collagen and proprietary blend, NuBest Tall 10+ is specially added with vitamin D3 and vitamin K2 to enhance calcium absorption, thus building strong and healthy bones.
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Vitamins D3 & K2
Calcium cannot do its job effectively without the support of vitamins D3 and K2. These vitamins are essential to boost Calcium absorption in the body, speeding up bone growth. Separately, vitamin D3 plays a key role in maintaining a healthy balance of Calcium in your blood by promoting the absorption of Calcium intake. Meanwhile, vitamin K2 directs Calcium to bones instead of kidney and arteries to prevent kidney stones and heart disease. In NuBest Tall 10+, vitamins D3 and vitamin K2 work as a team to ensure Calcium is absorbed properly and reaches the desired bone mass, thereby accelerating healthy bone growth and body development.
NuBest Tall 10+ is suitable for children and teenagers from 10 years old and older who drink milk daily. NuBest Tall 10+ contains growth-boosting nutrients with Calcium, Collagen, proprietary blend, enriched with vitamins D3 & K2 to boost calcium absorption and healthy bone growth.
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Directions: For children and teenagers from 10 years old who drink milk daily. It is especially effective during puberty. Take one (1) capsule twice daily after meals.
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If your children cannot swallow the capsule, you can open up the capsule and mix the powder with milk, juice, smoothie or liquid foods such as porridge or soup.
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For the expected results, NuBest Tall 10+ should be used alongside a healthy diet, regular exercise and enough sleep (before 11:00 PM).
NuBest Tall Kids is the exclusive product for kids aged 2 – 9 to grow taller and stay healthy. As kids grow, it’s important for them to get enough vitamins and minerals to boost proper height increase and well-being. NuBest Tall Kids chewable tablets provides a wonderful source of multivitamins and multi-minerals to promote kids’ growth and development, correct nutritional deficiencies and strengthen immune health.
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Calcium, Vitamin D, Vitamin K, Magnesium
These nutrients can increase internal Calcium concentration and maintain greater bone mineral density, thereby make the bones grow well in both thickness and length. Calcium in NuBest Tall Kids is prepared according to advanced technology so it possesses outstanding features. Vitamin D, Vitamin K and Magnesium contribute to the growth of kids by assisting their bodies to absorb Calcium effectively, triggering strong and healthy bone growth.
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Multivitamins
NuBest Tall Kids provides kids with a broad spectrum of key vitamins for kids to grow up healthy and trigger their height potential, including vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B6, B7, B12, C, D3, E, K2 and Folate. NuBest Tall Kids also corrects nutritional deficiencies to empower kids' overall health, thereby promoting their healthy development.
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Multi-minerals
With NuBest Tall Kids, children’s bones will be nourished with crucial minerals to thrive, including Calcium, Magnesium, Zinc and Copper. These nutrients are essential for kids to build strong bones, maintain bone health and prevent bone weakness in children – all in one yummy serving.
NuBest Tall Kids is a special boost for kids aged 2-9. Fully loaded with important multivitamins and multi-minerals, NuBest Tall Kids can help children grow taller and stay healthy.
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Directions: For use by kids from the ages of 2 to 9. Kids chew the whole tablet.
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Under the age of 4: Chew one (1) tablet daily.
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Ages 4 and older: Chew two (2) tablets daily.
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If kids cannot chew the tablets, parents can crush the tablets and mix the powder with milk, juice, smoothie or liquid foods such as porridge or soup.
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NuBest Tall Kids is also suitable for vegan children thanks to natural plant-based ingredients.
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For the expected result, NuBest Tall Kids should be taken the right dose, paired with having good nutrition and enough sleep (before 11:00 PM).
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Age Groups
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Children and teenagers aged 10 and older can also use this product if they can’t swallow capsules.
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If kids cannot chew the tablets, you can crush the tablets and mix the powder with food or drink.
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For children (5+) and teenagers who do not drink milk daily or cannot drink milk.
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If children can’t swallow the capsule, you can open it and mix the powder with food or drink.
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For children (10+) and teenagers who drink milk daily.
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If children can’t swallow the capsule, you can open it and mix the powder with food or drink.
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