Your Life: Health: Boost Your Boobs ..Naturally; Want a Bigger Bust without Surgery? Four Women Share the Natural Methods That Helped Give Them a Lift

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Your Life: Health: Boost Your Boobs ..Naturally; Want a Bigger Bust without Surgery? Four Women Share the Natural Methods That Helped Give Them a Lift


Byline: BY MADELEINE BAILEY

Exercise gave me bigger breasts

Maria Pettersson, 21, a sales assistant from Manchester, went from 32A to 32B.

HOW? Eight sessions of Boob Aerobics

at Gymbox in Central London.

WHAT IT INVOLVES: Half an hour of exercises to firm the chest, plus 15 minutes of mental visualisation.

MARIA SAYS: "I've always had small boobs and could never go bra-less because I'd look flat. Surgery seemed too drastic, but when I heard about Boob Aerobics I thought I had nothing to lose.

"We had to visualise how we wanted our breasts to look. Then we'd do an intensive workout on the chest area, including press-ups and weights. Afterwards my muscles ached, but I finished the course of two sessions a week for a month.

"By the end my bra and T-shirts were tighter and my breasts looked bigger and firmer. My boyfriend John was convinced they'd grown, too.

"I bought a new bra and was a B cup for the first time! I'll definitely go back when the classes start again."

COST: Free for Gymbox members; pounds 8 per session for non-members.

DETAILS: Call 020 7400 1919, visit www.gymbox.co.uk Next course begins September 1.

I feel like a real woman

Writer Sharon Holdstock, 36, from London, went from 32A to 32B.

HOW? Listening to InnerTalk Natural Breast Enlargement CD once a day for two months.

WHAT IT INVOLVES: The CD mixes relaxing music with barely audible phrases like: "My breasts grow full and voluptuous" to target the subconscious, triggering blood flow and tissue growth.

SHARON SAYS: "I played the CD every day for two months and felt a warm tinglingin my breasts within a few weeks. After two months I I was a B cup.

"In a bar one night a guy said, 'My, we're looking perky!' It was the first time in my life anyone had ever commented on my boobs.

"I feel so much more womanly - the CD was an absolute bargain."

COST: pounds 22.99.

DETAILS: Call 01628 898366, visit www.vitalia- health.co.uk

My chest's now firmer and fuller

Jane Wright, 48, a deaf studies student from Knutsford, Cheshire, went from a 36A to a 34C.

HOW? BRAVA Breast

Enlargement and Shaping System.

WHAT IT INVOLVES: Wearing two domes with silicone gel rims and a mini-computer for at least 11 hours a day for 12-15 weeks. It creates a vacuum which stimulates breast tissue growth.

JANE SAYS: "I'd always had a flat chest but after having my three sons my breasts were like spaniels' ears. I tried pills, creams and exercise but nothing worked. I thought about surgery but was afraid of the risks. Then I saw BRAVA on TV. It has been used for breast reconstruction in cancer patients.

"I wore the device for 14 hours a day and saw a difference after a few weeks. …

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