While dieting can be a healthy way to lose body fat and reduce overall body weight, for women dieting can lead to a decrease in the size of their boobs . Women who do not want to lose their breast size when dieting can take some steps to try to avoid this. Hormones can help increase breast size, while exercise can be helpful in improving the appearance and size of the breasts.
Steps to follow:
Perform chest exercises regularly to tone your chest muscles and improve the appearance of your breasts. Chest presses are a common chest exercise. Lie on your back with a weight in each hand and press your arms up and together over your chest. Do three to four sets of 12 to 15 reps.
Use birth control pills. Hormones can help improve or enlarge the size of your breasts. If you are taking a birth control pill with estrogen in it, your breast may appear larger.
Buy a padded and underwired bra. These bras not only enhance the appearance of your breasts, they create an illusion of fullness.
Eat foods that contain soy. Soy produces synthetic estrogen and can increase your breast size if consumed regularly, since the natural source is edamame. Most vegetable meat products contain soy.
Talk to your doctor before trying any diet or exercise program.
- Some women are built to have small breasts when they have minimal body fat. Breasts are made mostly of fat, so it is common for them to shrink considerably in size when a significant amount of weight is lost. It may be necessary to maintain a small amount of body fat to achieve your ideal breast size.
- If you feel like your chest isn't big enough after exercising, you may want to ask your doctor about breast augmentation surgery. This option should be a last resort, and should only be done after extensive research on the risks and benefits.
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