According to statistics worldwide, the first thing that attracts men's attention (and women's) is women's breasts. Breasts are different: small and large, shapely and amorphous but the more important thing is that they are designed for breastfeeding.
In addition to their function of feeding the newborn, breasts also play a key sexual role, as they are a highly erogenous zone and play a vital aesthetic function.
Interestingly, statistical facts reveal that in about 18% of women, the left breast is slightly more to the right and more developed than the right breast.
It is generally believed that breast shape depends on the race the woman belongs to and is often likened to delicious fruits - African women have breasts like pears, European women have orange-shaped breasts, while Asian women's breasts resemble lemons.
Based on the fact that breasts first and foremost provide a source of food for newborns and babies, it's crucial to know that the milk produced in them is rich in vitamins, minerals and micronutrients. Mothers who are breastfeeding need to receive quality and healthy food.
Olive oil is rich in vitamin E, which is responsible for the healthy look of skin. Plus, the fats found in olive oil are exceptionally important for protecting the breasts from mastitis.
Herring and mackerel, similarly to olive oil, contain important fats, but also phosphorous, which is important for building up the newborn's skeletal system.
Citrus fruits and rosehips are rich in vitamin C and antioxidants, which prevent the development of tumors.
Eggs - a source of lecithin, micronutrients and proteins. They possess the ability to remove toxins from the body.
Honey, pollen and royal jelly - they contain the entire periodic table and bee products are remarkably healthy.
Lactic acid products - they contain vast quantities of calcium, proteins and vitamin B.
This article is of an informative nature only.