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Now that you’ve landed here, it’s no wonder you are suffering from the sagging of your twins. Every woman experiences this once in a while. Is it caused by health problems or is it natural? Well, it’s normal as you age because your body undergoes a lot of changes that might lead to sagging, loose breasts. However, this can be avoided. Exercise is one way, but your diet also plays an important role. There are certain foods to tighten breasts, and perhaps you should consider it.
To help you out and find out the foods that are best for your breast health, Health Shots spoke to Dr Jinal Patel, Dietitian, Apollo Spectra Hospital, Mumbai.
Breast drooping or sagging breasts are common signs of ageing. In fact, other factors such as menopause, oestrogen deficiency, pregnancy, obesity, and stress can all worsen this issue. Your appearance and confidence may suffer if your breasts begin to droop. Many women ignore this change because they believe it to be natural. However, according to Dr Patel, you can at least manage it to some degree with some foods.
Lentils, dairy, and eggs are protein-rich foods that can help you to tighten your breasts.
Beans are loaded with fiber and prevent breast sagging after pregnancy and due to growing age, by maintaining healthy tissue generation.
Turmeric has anti-inflammatory properties that keep blood flow healthy and smooth, particularly in women’s breast after breastfeeding, and prevent sagging breasts.
Anti-ageing and anti-cancerous antioxidants can be found in plums, peaches, and blueberries. These antioxidants also keep blood vessels open, promoting smooth blood flow. Your bust will remain fuller and firmer as a result of the healthy blood flow.
In order to maintain firm breasts, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, flax seeds, and anise seeds tend to raise natural oestrogen levels in the body. As a strong source of protein and fat, in addition to seeds, nuts are also good for your breast size.
Cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, cabbage, and cauliflower have phytoestrogens, which mimic estrogen and maintain healthy breasts. Remember that green leafy vegetables should be a part of your daily diet, no matter the issue.
Salmon, sardines, tuna, and other fatty fish are excellent sources of omega-3 fatty acids. They can aid in repairing the harm done by free radicals, making them good for lifting sagging breasts. In fact, some seafood has been shown to increase sex hormones and encourage the development of breast tissue.
Doing push-ups on a daily basis will help to tone the back muscles and even your breasts.
Doing so can help relax, firm and tone up the breast muscles and will help you check for lumps. Olive oil contains antioxidants that can prevent sagging breasts and improve the texture of the breasts. So, massage your breasts with olive oil.
Fenugreek is loaded with vitamins and antioxidants that tighten and smoothen the skin around the breast. Soak some fenugreek seeds overnight, add some water to them, and grind them. Make a paste of the seeds and add some olive oil to the paste. Then, apply that paste to the breasts. Massage for some time, and then wash it off with water.
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