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Can Breasts Enlarge After Eating Or Drinking Certain Foods/Beverages?

By Anonymous March 20, 2010 - 3:39pm
 
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Sometimes it seems like my breasts become larger, specifically after drinking caffeinated beverages or eating sugar. Also, when I cut these items out, they seem to go back to their "normal" size; they feel less bloated. You should probably also know that I am a large-breasted woman. What do you think?

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Anonymous

Hi I have the same problem, am big busted and I started exercising 2 weeks ago. I had cut out on bread which is my biggest weakness and my breasts were feeling so much lighter. last night I had a craving and had 4 slices of bread with peanut butter and my breast became painful and heavy. I decided to goggle and I think bread has that effect on my breast ......waoooo....at leat now I know what to cut out on.... Thanks Mimi

October 20, 2014 - 7:27am
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It bothers me that I'm now a full grown lady but petite with a child and my breast are small. Any suggestions on how I may increase them without surgery or any needles. I eat healthy but I am weak in sweets. Can you help me? It depress me so much when I get undressed. Hope to hear from you soon.

August 18, 2010 - 7:20am
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Hi Anonymous,
I answered your question here: http://www.empowher.com/community/ask/how-can-you-increase-your-breast

August 18, 2010 - 9:11am
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