Several factors work to determine to a large extent the size of a woman’s boobs, some of them include genetics (which is paramount), body size (also known as mass), hormones, age, as well as your diet. Some people will probably argue this last factor, asking, how does my diet affect my boob size? Well, it does to a very large extent and in this article you will see why.
For centuries now, there are several food ingredients that have been used in diets to increase women’s cup size even though none has yet been scientifically proven. Most of these ingredients are high in estrogen content and we all know that a woman’s breast size is mostly determined by the amount of estrogen present in her body. There may be a side effect however as it is also noted that abruptly increasing the estrogen content has been linked with breast cancer occurrences, so it is necessary to watch out for this while pursuing the larger cup size.
The breasts mainly comprise of fat and epithelial tissues, to increase their size you just need to increase your fat consumption, however you should ensure the fat you consume is healthy. That is the major reason for the monosaturated fats, while they increase breast size, they keep the body metabolism burning. Examples are eggs, avocado, coconut oil, olive oil, etc.
Most of these seeds contain lignin which is a type of phytoestrogen that is very similar to the estrogen in the body. Incorporate these into your meal and be sure to increase your cup size in a bit, some of them include sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, flax seeds, etc.
Most nuts are abundant in protein and isoflavone content, these are quite similar to estrogen and thus have a great impact on the cup size. Examples are almonds, chestnuts, and peanuts.