By Louise Atkinson for the Daily Mail. Bigger is officially no longer better when it comes to bosoms. The Triumph Female Confidence Report found that nearly half of women want smaller breasts, and with breast reduction operations rising by 13 per cent worldwide last year – and more than 6, in Britain alone – it’s clear we really are bored of the bountiful bust. And no more so than after the age of The average British bust is growing from 36C to a generous 36DD but, at a point in life when they’d expect dropping hormone levels to see their cup size reducing, an increasing number of women are finding their busts are bigger than ever.
It can help to regulate estrogen levels and ultimately decrease breast size. Tomlinson recommends adopting a Mediterranean-style eating plan lots of fruit, vegetables, fish, a little meat, healthy oils, but no sugar or junk food and only a little alcohol and combining this with a few highly targeted breast-shrinking adjustments. Randolph, when the body is oestrogen dominant, these ‘new’ plant oestrogens bind to your body’s oestrogen receptors, blocking them and thereby reducing human oestrogen activity. There’s a big difference between feeling full and feeling stuffed, but we can be trained to forget what one feels like over the other through overeating. What’s more, in a vicious cycle, this oestrogenic fatty tissue actually makes the body better at storing even more fat. Some people try to reduce the Do your breasts hurt when they grow?
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