Breasts can grow bigger and smaller at different times
in your life because they are made up in part of fat.
Weight gain or loss can affect the size of your breasts.
When you diet the white fat in the breast is the first
to be lost (Think Geri Halliwell) whilst brown fat around
your thighs and buttocks takes much longer to get rid
of. Eating foods with high levels of phytoestrogens
(lentils, chickpeas, wholegrain rice, and oats) causes
breast tissue growth.
Stress can affect the size of your breasts.
Reducing stress can lead to fuller, less saggy breasts.
When we are stressed it affects the hormone producing
endocrine system which reduces the output of oestrogen
and progesterone which reduces the cell growth rate
in the breasts and has a high response in the reduction
of lift in the breast.
Smoking can also affect breasts.
It attacks the elasticity of the skin making breasts
saggy and not as full. So a healthy lifestyle can lead
to a healthier fuller bust.