Vitamins that Make Breasts Grow Healthy - Breast consists of fatty tissue and mammary gland, whereas breast growth occurs during puberty and continues into adulthood. The size, shape and color of the breast is influenced by hormones, nutrients and genetic owned.
Even so some of the vitamins known to help the growth of breast sizes and protect it from damage, as quoted from Livestrong, Wednesday (19/10/2011), namely:
1. Vitamin A
This vitamin is known to dissolve in fats that enhance immune system function and protect the breast from free radicals that can damage and delay the growth of breasts. Addition of vitamin A also can repair damaged tissue, increase collagen production and helps the healing process.
Some foods are known to be rich in vitamin A as carrots, sweet potatoes, milk, pumpkin, spinach, radishes, broccoli, melons, apricots and tomatoes.
2. Vitamin C
This vitamin is an antioxidant which is soluble in water and can also protect the breast so that growth is not disturbed. This vitamin can also balance the hormones, maintain hydration of the breast tissue, breast and strengthen connective tissue reduce the risk of breast cancer.
Some foods that are known to be rich in vitamin C such as strawberries, oranges, pineapple, kiwi, cranberries, broccoli, grapes, cabbage, tomatoes and spinach.
3. Vitamin D
This fat-soluble vitamin that helps in the process of the genetic code, increase muscle mass, helps absorption of calcium, repair damaged tissue, promote breast growth and reduce the risk of breast cancer.
Some foods that are known to be rich in vitamin D such as salmon, tuna, milk, eggs, cheese, yogurt and cereals are also ready to eat.
4. Vitamin E
This vitamin is fat-soluble antioxidants and serve to protect breast cells from damage, helps promote breast development, healing damaged tissues, strengthen blood vessels and brings nutrients to the breast tissue.
Some foods that are known to be rich in vitamin E such as sunflower seeds, spinach, tomatoes, broccoli, soybeans, corn oil, hazelnut, peanut butter and peanut Almo. [health nutrition]