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How about breast reduction surgery? Weight loss only has a minimal impact on your breasts anyway
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If you´re overly thin, I don´t think this would work. However, when you lose weight overall, the size and wight of your breasts will decrease, as the reverse happens when you gin weight. If you can afford to lose weight, I think arobic exercises such as running or indoor cycling would be good.Hope this helps a bit
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well i suggest you start living on a water only diet, exercise commonly builds muscle and breasts are made of muscle tissue so exercising probably doesn't help. just an opinion!
Water fasting is dangerous. OP please do not do this.
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I think that first comment was sarcastic (at least I hope so).
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Water fasting is dangerous. OP please do not do this.
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I think that first comment was sarcastic (at least I hope so).
I hope so too.
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Hope all these things will work ; water diet is hard.
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Hope all these things will work ; water diet is hard.
Water diet is dangerous. I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone
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don't water diet. your iq is <5 if you believe water fasts are sensible; you'll only lose water weight anyway, and it will bounce back up the second you reintroduce food. even i experienced living with disordered eating and knew in my heart of hearts that water fasting was absolute madness
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to answer your question though OP, you can't really target fat loss you can target it in the sense that you can tone those areas and change the composition, but when it comes to breasts that might just make them bigger. my only advice is to lose the weight you intended to and go from there, don't go to any extremes if you can help it
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well i suggest you start living on a water only diet, exercise commonly builds muscle and breasts are made of muscle tissue so exercising probably doesn't help. just an opinion!
No they are not lol. Breasts are fatty tissue
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No! Just no....:eek:
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im wondering this myself the pain
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