Human Growth Hormone is one of the four key hormones that help us to increase the size of our breasts. However, taking this hormone in injection form is not only very expensive, but is also controversial because research has indicated that it could have some dangerous long term side effects. So for bigger breasts, it’s just not worth the risk and there are some things you can do to produce more of your own growth hormone. This is safe and can be very effective.
The proper name for this hormone is Human Growth Hormone and you will often see it abbreviated to HGH.
Firstly, there are several excellent growth hormone ‘releasers’ on the market. These substances stimulate your pituitary gland to produce more of its own hormone. Releasers are usually natural products are entirely different to putting man-made hormones into your body
Secondly, sleep is a big factor in how much HGH you produce. Growth hormone is produced at the latter end of sleep, so if you’re cutting it short every night by going to bed late and getting up early, then you’re depriving yourself of that stage in your sleep when HGH is produced. Simply put, you need a minimum of seven hours sleep a night if you are going to start seeing a positive effect on your breasts
Thirdly, certain types of exercise stimulate your body to produce more HGH. Strength training is the key one and this does not have to mean pumping iron at the gym! Pilates is a great way to do some serious strength training and this can be done at home on a mat using an instruction DVD.
Fourthly, certain nutrients in foods encourage our bodies to make more growth hormone. It’s important to realize that these nutrients work much better for this purpose when in their natural form, meaning in food, as opposed to in pill form. The following foods will help to make your breasts bigger by encouraging more growth hormone production.
- Vitamin E: Avocado, pumpkins, apricots, turnip greens, mustard, multi- grained cereals, and wheat germ.
- Copper: Present in many foods such as nuts, fish, and liver
- Iodine: Eggs, fish, garlic, molasses, some types of beans, and potato skins
- Zinc: beef, oysters, legumes, poultry, dairy products, and whole grains
- Silica: strawberries, onions, cucumbers, rice, cauliflowers, green leafy vegetables, such as lettuce and cabbage, and oats
- Iron: bran, lentils, red beets and plenty of leafy green vegetables
- Folic Acid: Beans, leafy vegetables, peas, spinach, lentils, broccoli, beets, Brussels sprouts, liver, and asparagus
- Vitamin B12: red meat, milk, cheese, eggs, oysters and fish.
Note about Vitamin B12: This is the only HGH stimulating nutrient that you may need to take in supplement form because studies have shown that the modern diet leaves around 50% of people lacking in B12
So, to make your breasts bigger by stimulating more of this hormone, combine all of the above. In other words use an HGH releaser, get at least 7 hours sleep, make a habit of engaging in regular strength training such as Pilates and eat a growth hormone stimulating diet. You will start to see the results, at least in the volume of your breasts, pretty quickly. If you’ve not been exercising recently then you are going to have a few aches and pains for a while, but once this passes and you start to see a difference in your breasts, you will know that it’s all been more than worth it!