Friday, April 23, 2010

3 Tips to Avoid Bloating with Natural Breast Enlargement

One of the biggest concerns women have with natural breast enlargement is that they'll gain weight when using breast enlargement herbs. Although these herbs are not associated with weight gain, they CAN cause temporary bloating. The good news is that there are steps you can take to counteract this effect so you can enjoy bigger breasts AND a sleek, sexy body. Here are three tips to avoid bloating when taking natural breast enlargement herbs:

1) Drink more water.

Bloating is primarily caused by dehydration, so the easiest solution is to drink enough water. This is common sense advice, but most people STILL don't drink the recommended eight glasses of water each day.

2) Increase your protein intake.

Protein also has diuretic properties, so be sure to eat plenty of it each day. Excess carbs, on the other hand, tend to promote bloating. Eat plenty of meat, fish, poultry, and eggs and cut back or avoid bread, pasta, potatoes, sweets, and other high carbohydrate foods.

3) Drink parsley tea.

Parsley is an effective diuretic that's great for beating water retention. Look for parsley tea bags at your local health food store or make your own brew out of dried or fresh parsley sprigs.

Don't let your fear of bloating keep you from achieving your dream of having big, beautiful breasts. Remember that the bloating is a temporary side effect, which will go away once you reduce or stop your intake of natural breast enlargement herbs. Also, if you follow the three tips above, you may never experience bloating at all!

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2 comments:

bellenergie said...

Hi Caitlin. I just want to applaud you in reply of ALL these questions people pose. I wouldn't and couldn't care enough about answering them continuously. After all, so many questions and responses seem rhetorical and without judging too much, many seem remedial in short lol. I just want to say thank you for the blog and your up front and straight to the point answers! You have much patience and understanding, 2 qualities more of these followers need! You are real and your blog is matter of fact instead of hype and lead-on information. So from all of us who understand that this was a journey you had to go through and research on your own thank you! I personally thank you for consistently reminding girls that Breast Growth is a personal journey of trial and error. Nothing is 100% across the board and every person has their own experience! Too many young women are looking for an idol, they must idolize themselves before sheeply following another. You are consistent in your reminder of that, and I love that you don't come off as a wannabe fame seeker, "oh look at me this is what I did and you need to also!", kinda gal. I have read EVERY article and almost every comment, which is exhausting! Hence why I realize your profound patience and dedication to help. From one healer to another! Namaste

Caitlin MacKenna said...

Truthfully, after six years and twenty-two articles, just about everything has already been asked and answered. My only real grip is that I wish women would read the articles BEFORE asking questions. Some seem to just glance at the title and ask questions that are answered in the article.