How to Gain Weight to Increase Bust Size

Updated April 17, 2017

According to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), there were more than 250,000 breast augmentations performed in 2009. Many women are unhappy with the size of their breasts. However, there is no need to spend time and money on breast enlargement surgery. There are several steps you can take to increase the size of your breasts naturally.

Increase your caloric intake so you gain weight. Breasts mostly exist of fat, so when you gain fat, the breasts get bigger. Eating more frequently throughout the day can also help increase your calorie intake.

Drink a weight-gain shake on a regular basis if you are having trouble gaining weight from just eating. Weight-gain shakes are high in calories and can be supplemental to your diet.

Incorporate cardiovascular exercise and weight training into your lifestyle to prevent gaining fat all over the body. Cardiovascular exercise increases your metabolism and burns calories. Weight training makes you gain weight because muscle weighs more than fat. It will also tone and tighten the body. Having a small waist will make your upper body seem larger.

Exercise the pectoral muscles to increase perkiness of your breasts and to keep them from sagging. Place your palms against each other as if you are praying. Push the palms together and release the tension. Push-ups are also good exercises.

Eat products with soy in them. Soy plants contain phytoestrogen, which similar to oestrogen enhance the bust size. Soy products include soy milk, tofu and edamame.

Consume sesame seeds on a daily basis. Sesame seeds contain protein, calcium, iron and phosphorus and, according to the Ayurvedic Cure website, the seeds can enhance the breasts.

Take breast enhancing herbs such as saw palmetto, fenugreek and fennel, which according to the Green Bush website, help enhance the breasts.

Things You'll Need

  • Weight-gain shakes
  • Soy products
  • Sesame seeds
  • Nutritional supplements
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