Ladies: Natural Ways To Enlarge Your Breasts ‘Make It Bigger’ [Women Only]

By 12:51 Mon, 13 Jan 2014 Comments

Many women desire larger, fuller breasts. There is always an

option of surgical breast enlargement, but it can be painful,

may cause health problems in

future and, surely, it is costly.

Fortunately, there are several natural techniques can increase

breast size. Although these methods vary in their safety and

effectiveness, they are all

inexpensive and available without a prescription.

Study some of them below:

Put Up Some Weight

Human breasts are composed almost entirely of fat, and

they tend to shrink after a woman experiences weight loss.

So, consider eating a diet rich in healthy,

high-calorie foods like olive oil, walnuts, peanuts and

reduced-fat cheese. Weight gain will almost inevitably cause

an increase in breast size.

High-Soy Diet

Soy is rich in estrogen-like compounds known as

isoflavones, according to the U.S. National Institutes of

Health. The NIH regards soy as a theoretical and

unproven method for increasing breast size. In theory,

minimally processed soy foods can cause an increase in

levels of the breast-boosting hormone estrogen. Eat a diet

rich in tofu, tempeh, edamame

and soy milk to improve your breast size, but note that

heavily processed soy “burgers” and “cheese” contain little

of the plant’s estrogen-boosting compounds.

Herbal Supplements

Several herbal supplements are touted as natural breast

enhancers, but several clinics around the globe question the

safety and effectiveness of these compounds. The National

Institutes of Health (USA) states that licorice, one of the most

popular herbal breast enlargers, contains compounds that

elevate levels of the lactation-related hormones estrogen and

prolactin. Red clover is a source of isoflavones similar

to those found in soy, and blessed thistle has been used for

centuries as a breast enlarger and lactation stimulant.

Therefore, using any of these products is not

recommended, particularly if you have a medical condition

or a family history of breast cancer.

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