Many women across the globe are far from the joy of motherhood due to infertility issues. While many of them only dream about the joys of motherhood, others are taking a step forward to cure it and become mothers of healthy and kicking children. Don’t for a movement think that these infertile ladies are resorting to drugs or surgeries to cure them, since such a course of action only has a 7-8% possibility of a cure and hence is not effective in any manner. In fact, they are resorting to natural remedies that they do not want to keep secret.
I being one of them was not convinced and when I dug further with a friend who successfully conceived after a lot of pain, I was astonished to hear that they are taking the advice of a lady called Lisa Olson thorough a e-book called a course in miracles “Pregnancy Miracle”. Since this arose a hope as well as suspicion in me, I decided to delve further.
Once I got home, I switched on my computer and went on to the e-book’s website. At first, it looked like any other web page that sells wares on the internet a course in miracles book . As is a habit I scrolled right to the bottom and found the price of the e-book was $39 and it comes with a lot of bonuses as thought it was not selling. After going through numerous experience testimonials and speaking to a few of them myself, I was convinced that this was not a scam or a hoax.
The longing for a child got the better of me here. I have been married for 12 years and after all the efforts could not conceive a child. All our visits to the doctors have turned out no evidence as to the reason. This instilled hope and I began at the beginning to read the e-book. It took me the better part of my time everyday to read and understand what Lisa was trying to say.
It all made sense and then I began to look at Pregnancy Miracle is different light. All the points discussed were relevant and Lisa would not know a lot of these things unless she has sailed in the same boat. I found out that she has and has been researching this field for about 14 years, in fact she has dedicated her life to the cause of women who are infertile, to cure them and get them to conceive.
After reading, understanding and following her advice, I followed the five step process and in a very short period of four months and in fact, three years down the line, I am a mother of two healthy children, a boy and a girl. As parents, me and my husband have been thrilled.
Miracle Growth Arginine is one of the several height increase pills sold on the internet. As per their website and sales page, Miracle Growth Arginine will help you grow taller by giving you a strong dose of a “vital” mineral called ‘arginine’. This mineral, apparently, is crucial to the growth process, and a lack of it is the major reason for people not reaching their full growth potential. They even quote a USDA study, according to which the Human Growth Hormone (HGH) cannot be released by the pituitary gland if there is a shortage of arginine in the body.
Of course, the sales page and the accompanying testimonials sound very convincing. Even if one were to believe that taking arginine does, in fact, lead to increased production and release of HGH (Human Growth Hormone), it is by no standard a guarantee of an increase in height too.
Human growth is a complex process, one that is not governed by any single chemical or hormone. While HGH is vital to overall growth in the body, its impact on height increase is limited, unless accompanied by a strong exercise and diet program. Your environment, your age, your diet, your physical activity level, your genetics, all determine how tall you would be, rather than the presence, or absence of a single chemical in the body.
Miracle Growth Arginine contains a healthy dose of arginine in the body, and as a mineral substitute, it is excellent. Whether it leads to extra release of HGH is debatable, and whether this extra HGH leads to height increase is an absolute no-no. All studies done in this regard point that HGH alone, does not, in fact, lead to increased height. In this respect, therefore, Miracle Growth Arginine falls short of its promised effects.