Welcome to the How To Grow Taller blog. My name is Joey Woods.

Using natural techniques and proven, medical science,

I grew 3.5 inches (8.9 cm) in less than three months.

I was 31 years old at the time.

Before that, I spent the previous several years trying to figure out if there really was a way that I could get taller. I wanted to do it without using expensive surgery or dangerous drugs.

I spent months and months as well as thousands of dollars wading through all the so-called “height increase” scams out there.

In the end, I accomplished true, permanent height increase without all that nonsense.

And now I’m sharing how I did it.

(and let me tell you, it’s making all of those “scammy” height increase product manufacturers really mad)

After over a year of searching for a real method to grow taller, I learned that there actually WERE height increase methods being tested quietly be some of the most brilliant minds in the scientific and medical community.

This came as a shock to me since I had always kind of figured that “height increase” was a “fringe” science at best. I actually thought that no one else really cared about their height. No one but me, of course.

Sometimes, it’s great to be wrong!

I’ve been testing tirelessly for years – using myself as a guinea pig. I tried pretty much every kind of treatment, formula, exercise, workout, diet, and potion that I came across. All in the hope that maybe – just maybe – something would work.

I even tried things that I knew were scams. I did so with the frame of mind that, “Hey – so maybe it is a scam. But there has to be SOME truth behind it, right?”

I guess I though that in this day and age no one can really get away with selling false information or useless
medicinal supplements, right?


There are TONS of scams out there. I know. I’ve tried them ALL.

So when I actually tracked down the real physicians, real scientists, and real researchers that specialized in enabling adults to grow taller naturally, I didn’t waste any time. I actually contacted them.

The replies I got were nothing short of shocking.

It is said that the average American male stands at around 5’9″. I was a hair over 5’6″ when I started this journey.

Sure, I wasn’t so short that I couldn’t function normally. Not by a long shot. But I was considered “short.”

And like it or not, there is a HUGE social stigma out there against short guys and short women.

Taller people often get promoted faster.

Taller people are often considered more attractive.

Taller people often demand more respect.

It’s nobody’s fault that society is like that. It’s just the way humans are wired, I think. It’s probably some leftover instinct left over from our cavemen ancestors. In a very basic way of looking at it, humans are wired to subconsciously view taller humans as stronger, more virile, and even smarter.

Of course, everyone today knows that just isn’t true.


Ask nearly any reasonably intelligent person if height equals intellect they would likely say “No.”

But studies have shown time and again that the vast majority of women choose the taller man when choosing between a short man and a tall man.

This is even true if the two men are otherwise exactly the same.

Startlingly, it’s true much of the time even when the taller man makes less money, is less attractive, or is considerably less intelligent.

Simply put: height matters.

The sooner you accept it, the better off you’ll be.

It’s just another “one of those things” in life that may not be fair, but it’s true.

And the sooner you accept it, the sooner you can do something about it.

The really awful thing about height is that – up until very recently – “there is nothing you can do about it.”

How many times have you heard that?

How frustrated did it make you?

Well, I don’t know about you, but there’s nothing as frustrating to me as being helpless to improve my situation.

Especially since nearly every other perceived “negative” trait a person can have is able to be remedied in one way or another.

Particularly in this day and age of opportunity, technology, and advanced science.

Think about it…

  • If you’re overweight, it’s always possible to lose weight.
  • If you’re impoverished, it’s always possible to make money.
  • If you’re unattractive, it’s possible to change your looks.

Even though these things may not always (or even most of the time) be easily remedied, it is certainly possible to remedy them in some way or another.

But that just wasn’t true about your height.

If you were born to be short, you stayed short.

The end.

Well, not anymore.

When I started noticing results, I got excited – really excited. I mean, here I was – a guy over 30 years old – and I had successfully added over two inches in height in just a few short weeks.

Like almost everything else in life, some techniques work better than others. Also, what may not work so well for some people may produce awesome results for others.

And when I discovered the truth behind how these uber-famous, super-rich celebrities are growing taller, I knew that I was really on to something important.

Now we ALL have a chance.

Check out the special report on this page:

Five Secrets Celebrities Use to Grow Taller!

I really believe that it’s one of the best and most effective (if not THE best and THE most effective) ways to show people that celebrities are just like everyone else.

They aren’t perfect.

They, too, suffer from being “height challenged.” But up until now, they were among the very few that were able to do anything about it.

I think you’ll agree that the changes you make to gain a few inches is pretty small.

When you download the free report, you’ll also get my information-packed newsletter for free as well. In it, I expand upon many of the topics covered here in much greater detail. I share many of the increase height secrets that I’ve learned about nutrition, supplementation, stretching, exercises, and more.

I’m here to pull the cover off the unscrupulous industry of so-called height-increasing scams.

And to show you how to safely and effectively grow taller naturally.

It’s going to be a wild ride,

Joey Woods