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Why doesn’t a baby with Spleen Deficiency grow taller?
“Born in spring, grow in summer” – Growth relies on growth hormones.
In the case of Spleen Deficiency, the child’s own growth hormone (GH) secretion is reduced. By nourishing the spleen and regulating internal stability, we can promote balanced nutrient absorption and enhance the child’s GH secretion, achieving comprehensive growth benefits.
Factors contributing to poor growth in Spleen Deficiency:
1. Poor digestion and absorption.
2. Imbalanced nutrition.
3. Insufficient production of growth hormones.
4. Slow cell proliferation.