Vitamin C the girls best friend!
If you want your natural breast enlargement program to take off, get yourself on a Vitamin C supplement or diet pronto! The girls need vitamin C to absorb nutrients and cater to special hormones that help to develop breasts.
Although Vitamin C is not going to grow your breasts on it’s own, it is going to contribute to metabolism, and absorption of nutrients necessary to encourage healthy breast tissue development.
“Vitamin C is required for the biosynthesis of collagen, L-carnitine, and certain neurotransmitters; vitamin C is also involved in protein metabolism.” https://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/VitaminC-HealthProfessional/
I decided to write this post because I am experiencing quite a difference since I started taking a Vitamin C supplement and also eating more of it in my diet. I take one of these twice a day and so far I am also feeling firmer breasts. I am also eating nearly everything from the list below on a regular basis.
How does Vitamin C Boost Your Natural Breast Enlargement Efforts?
Significant levels of Vitamin C are found in both the epidermis and the dermis layers of the skin tissue. Vitamin C promotes healthy breast tissue and helps to balance hormones..
In one study conducted published in Radiation Physics and Chemistry journal, researchers found that vitamin C stimulated almost 100% regeneration of estrone (estrogen), more than 50% of progesterone, and almost 60% of testosterone. -dailysuperfoodlove.com
What does Vitamin C do for Breasts:
- Helps balance Hormones
- Helps produce collagen, keeping your breast tissue hydrated, which will keep them fuller and firmer.
- Wards off Cancer cells
- Improves Circulation
- Boosts the absorption of many nutrients
Best Way to Get Vitamin C for Breast Growth:
Diet of course! But you can take a supplement also. I use Nature’s Answer Liquid Vitamin C because I cannot swallow pills and I have been told that liquid is more potent then any other form.
I get my vitamin C through my diet! I drink a fresh smoothie everyday that consists of: strawberries, banana’s, blueberries, (rotating other fruits), almond milk, Flaxseed Meal and Liquid Vitamin C.
Here is a list of foods that contain high concentrations of Vitamin C:
Red Peppers or Green Peppers & Chili Peppers