When people talk about breast size, they often describe it in terms of bra size. The average bra size in the United States is 34DD. This figure can vary by country. In the U.K., for example, the average is 36DD.
But pinning down an exact figure for what’s “normal” or “average” isn’t as easy as you might think. We generally think of the average breast size as a measurement of natural busts. But as the average size increases over time, it’s possible that augmented breasts are being included, too.
Bigger breasts are desired by women of all ages and are a mark of enhanced beauty, self-esteem and feminity. An average woman’s breast size changes 6 times throughout her life. While medical innovations have made way for surgical enhancements, it does come with a hefty price tag and other challenges. Now comes the main question. What is the other way to go about it? Is there a way for you to increase your breast size, naturally? The answer is, yes, you can.
They say you inherit your breast size from someone in your family. So in reality there is little you can do to correct their size. While a lot of it depends on your genetic make-up, lifestyle and body weight, exercising right, adhering to a strict lifestyle, eating right, massaging and enlargement techniques are some of the ways which a woman can adopt to have fuller, perkier breasts as well as increase their size. There are many natural ways which can be given a try.
What is Almond milk?
Almond milk is made by blending almonds with water and then straining the mixture to remove the solids. You can also make it by adding water to almond butter. It has a pleasant, nutty flavor and a creamy texture similar to that of regular milk. For this reason, it is a popular choice for people following a vegan diet and those who are allergic or intolerant to dairy. Controlled studies have linked whole almonds to a variety of health benefits. To make this milk, many online recipes recommend making 2 cups of almond milk from 1 cup (143 grams [g]) of almonds.
Can Almond Milk Make Your Breast Bigger?
Breasts grow in response to the hormones estrogen and progesterone. As you enter puberty, levels of these hormones increase. Your breasts begin to grow under the stimulation of these hormones. Hormone levels also change during the menstrual cycle, pregnancy, breastfeeding, and menopause. Estrogen is produced by the ovaries in the first half of the menstrual cycle. It stimulates the growth of milk ducts in the breasts. Almonds are a great source of heart-healthy phytoestrogens. Studies have shown that almonds exhibits estrogenic activity and have the capability to improve estrogen level and can be used as an alternative to hormone replacement therapy or HRT.
Anecdotal evidence also supports the claim that almonds can boost breast size. A student studying in the UK wrote “I can confirm this, I stopped drinking milk 2 years ago, and due to the issues my anemia was causing me, my doctor’s forced me to purchase almond milk and drink it regularly for the b12 it has. I can say it does work, I thought my boobs stop growing due to me not drinking milk all of a sudden, then boom they’re getting bigger”.
Beyond breast size, the estrogen boost by almonds is important because they are key to a women’s sexual and reproductive development. It may support heart-healthy and anti-cancer effects for women and men. Estrogen levels are higher in women, but the evidence is that good levels are also important for men’s health. Research shows estrogen may support bone health, mood regulation, and a lower cancer risk in both genders.
How to Use Almond Milk to Make Your Breast Bigger
The routine for most women involve a mixture of almond milk and chest exercises. According to Healthline, exercises that focus on the pectorals, back, and shoulder muscles can help to firm and tone the chest muscles behind your breast tissue and improve your posture. Here is how most women use almond milk to make their breast bigger:
- When you wake up, do some chest exercises that focus on the pectorals, back, and shoulder muscles to keep your breasts firm and perky after that drink a cup of almond milk and two teaspoons of ground fenugreek seeds mixed with another cup of water.
- Before going to bed, take another cup of almond milk this time add a little cinnamon and if you are not in the mood for dinner eat a bowl of cereal with a large glass of almond milk.
What are the likely side effects of almond milk?
Almond milk is safe when consumed in food quantities. However, if you have an almond allergy, you may develop hives or an itchy rash after drinking almonds milk. Most of the time, these symptoms will appear within an hour of exposure. Other possible side effects include:
Weight gain: Consuming large quantities of almonds milk can trigger weight gain. 1 ounce of almonds provides about 163 calories and 14 grams of fat per ounce.
Interfere with medications: Almonds are rich in manganese. Each 1 ounce provides about 0.6 milligram of this mineral. However, consuming a lot of almonds milk, might trigger drug interactions because having high quantities of manganese in your blood can interfere with medications like antipsychotic drugs, as well as antacids, laxatives, blood pressure medications and certain antibiotics.
Vitamin E toxicity: Including almonds milk in your diet provides you with vitamin E, which offers antioxidant protection. You get 7.4 milligrams of vitamin E per ounce of nuts, roughly half the 15 milligrams you need each day. However, too much vitamin E in your body can trigger an overdose situation, causing lethargy, blurred vision, headaches, diarrhea and flatulence.
Gastrointestinal Problems: Consuming too much almond milk can cause constipation and abdominal bloating if your body is not used to processing large amounts of fiber.