Before puberty begins, hormones play a major part in regulating growth. The growth hormone, somatotropin, is used as the main substance by the innate intelligence of the body to control height. It is one of several hormones secreted by the pituitary gland which dangles from the base of the brain, just above the roof of the mouth.
Somatotropin stimulates bone and muscle growth, maintains the normal rate of protein synthesis in all body cells, and speeds the release of fats as an energy source for growth.
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