Familiarize yourself with the hormones
This hormone is what gives us the feminine features; it’s responsible for our menstrual cycles, feminine voice, wider hips, and the development of breasts and so on… We have higher estrogen levels during our puberty years (age 12-18 years old).
After those years we hit maturity and our body produces less estrogen. Those of us who didn’t grow fully between those years end up with under-developed breasts as the results.
Estrogen is the most important female hormone. The fluctuating levels of estrogen in a woman’s life also have an effect on your breasts size and shape. This hormone is what gives your body the ability to grow the female attributes like bigger breasts, wider hips, smoother skin, thicker hair etc, during the puberty years. Unfortunately, all of that stops once we enter our adult years.
But the good news is that we can do something to trick our body into thinking it just hit puberty again. And that is consuming foods and herbs that both encourage your body to produce more estrogen, and/or the foods themselves contain the hormone.
If this step is done correctly, increasing 1-2 cup sizes can be achieved very fast and easily!
Progesterone is another important female hormone. This hormone is naturally produced for regulating the menstrual cycle in females. Progesterone plays a crucial role in pregnancy and therefore is known as the hormone of pregnancy; preparing your body for conception, as it is produced during the second half of the menstrual cycle following the ovulation.
Progesterone causes fluid retention that make breasts swell and become larger. Progesterone levels are at their peak at mid-cycle, when you ovulate. This hormone instructs the breast tissue to retain body’s liquid at certain times in your menstrual cycle. It also grows the cells that produce milk in the breasts, which will result in larger breasts.
The hormones can be increased and regulated with the use of foods and herbs. When combined with other methods (which will also be covered in this report), the results can be quite remarkable.
Prolactin is a hormone produced during puberty and pregnancy. Prolactin contributes to the development of mammary glands and increases fat deposits in the breasts. Prolactin can be stimulated through herbs (such as fenugreek) or massaging the breasts.
Growth hormone causes the growth of the whole body, including the breasts. This hormone occurs during puberty and declines after age 25. Growth hormone can be increased by at least eight hours sleep per night and obtaining an intense workout several times a week.
The four hormones are essential for breast enhancement natural breast shape. If your breasts are not growing as fast as you would like, then make sure you do not miss one of these essential hormones.