The best way to get more out of your food choices so that they benefit your breasts is to pick those that are good for you with high levels of healthy fats and antioxidants.
Load up on green leafy vegetables.
Green vegetables are rich in fiber, which makes breast tissue healthier. “They also contain antioxidants to fight free radicals that can cause cancer,” says Heather Wilson, holistic nutritionist for East West Essentials.
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Organic foods are void of harmful toxins and pesticides, which is said to limit the risk of breast cancer. “There is a 30 percent increase in antioxidant intake when you eat organic—you also get more vitamins and nutrients,” says Wilson.
Cook with fennel.
Wilson says fennel is considered mildly estrogenic, which means it can enhance your natural hormone production for a better hormonal balance. “A balanced estrogenic effect on your breasts allows them to be fuller and firmer.”
Add in fat.
Omega fatty acids found in salmon, nuts, avocados and seeds (not processed or saturated fat)—can help keep the skin on your breasts healthy and elastic. “They give your breasts the ability to bounce back from pregnancy better, too,” says Wilson.
Include plenty of superfoods.
Celebrity nutritionist and fitness expert Kathy Kaehler says raspberries, as well as other types of berries, are rich in antioxidants that can help preserve the skin on your chest by minimizing cell damage that can lead to disease.
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