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Friday, December 18, 2015

How to Grow Bigger Breasts While Maintaining a Thin Waist





UPDATED on 7/19/16:

The short answer to this is: consistently eat a nutritionally well-balanced meals rich in protein, but be mindful of the daily total caloric intake.

When I was in high school, my older brother who was a pre-med student told me something that he learned in his first semester in college:

Body fat spreads out uniformly throughout your entire body. Therefore, it is not possible to have super skinny abs while keeping big breasts. (That is how I understood him at the time.)

What this means is if you have a lot of body fat, you will have lots of fat on your boobs, making them bigger. However, it also means you will have a bigger waist...and vice versa.

For the next 20 years or so, I held on to this belief, and it seemed to be pretty consistent with what most women believed: fat never goes to where you want it to go, but goes away first from the places you want it to stay.

But what about those "lucky" women out there who actually have nice, big breasts with tiny waists?

Well, I have great news for you! From my personal experience, I can tell you now that though it may still be true about body fat spreading out uniformly, we can have bigger breasts and thinner waists simultaneously!

It's highly possible that women with small breasts or women whose breasts sizes are immensely affected by weight changes have underdeveloped breast glands.

Breast glands development occurs most rapidly during puberty under the influence of estrogen and growth hormone but also affected by the nutritional intake that is often overlooked.

First, you will need to develop the breast tissues fully by properly consuming nutrients. This means you will need to be consistently on a well-balanced diet.

Then, to downsize your waist, you will need to cut down on your total caloric intake and exercise to burn the extra fat in your body.

The less caloric intake does not mean barely eating food. It means picking and choosing the food items that are high in nutritional values but low in overall fat and sugar content.

You need to consume enough nutrition that is rich in protein to develop your breast tissues. This development, in turn, will keep/grow your breasts size while being minimally affected by the weight changes, especially for those aiming to have a thinner waist.

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