There are over thousands of women interested in augmenting their breasts’ size without going through any expensive, painful or risky surgeries. Creams, breast pumps and different types of pills are available for augmentation. However, there are certain risk factors associated with the same – most of these augmentation procedures can damage the breast tissues, and sometimes the breast itself. Therefore, it is best to consider the natural alternatives, such as food ingredients and diet ideas that can help.
There are certain foods that promote the production of breast tissues. These usually range from foods to herbs that can be used as a part of your daily diet. Fortunately, many women have experienced real results.
Saw palmetto is an herb that offers an amazing range of benefits. It promotes estrogen levels in women who have attained their menopause. It also benefits hair loss in both males and females. However, the reason why saw palmetto has become so popular is because of its breast enhancement properties. It can be consumed in raw form (it is found in the form of berry), or taken as supplement. As saw palmetto tastes bitter, the latter is more common.
Fennel is a common ingredient in Indian homes. Very few people know that it is also an estrogenic herb, which means it has high estrogen content. It is a few centuries old herb that has been given to women to promote production of milk. It can be consumed alone or as an assortment in sandwiches and salads.
It is one of the oldest and most effective medical herbs found in the Mediterranean regions. However, today fenugreek is widely available. It contains estrogen, in synthetic form, that helps in promoting growth and development of breast cells. It also enables water retention. It contains hormone precursors that stimulate production of breast milk for lactating women. It also increases the size of breast. Fenugreek is basically a seed, which can be added to tea or other beverages in powder form. Fenugreek supplements are also available these days, with seeds placed within capsules.
Flax seed is the richest source of omega 3 fatty acids. It has wide range of health benefits. It is rich in fiber too, which improves organ functions. Furthermore, it contains phytochemicals that helps in regulating female hormones. Flax seeds contain phytoestrogens that promotes growth of breast cell and production. It can be ingested in different forms – either whole or in the form of capsules. It is also used for cooking or baking, and fortifying foods.