Large Breast Size Increase in 25 Year Old Daughter

Posted by SCL (Kentucky) on 04/13/2015

Dear Ted, My daughter 25 has seen an large increase in the size of her breast. Could it be too much estrogen? She is type 1 diabetic (15 yrs)on an insulin pump . A1C is 8.6. She is some overweight but breast enlarged before the weight gain. She has adrenal issues. Very easy to get over stressed. She has taken meds for ADHD since age 6. she had taken prozac for anxiety for 10 yrs. Thank you for your help. I love your advice on earth clinic.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
04/17/2015
384 posts

You have to resolved her basic health issues first such as ADHD. Which is caused by over vaccinations and diabetes issues by controlling what you eat. Over vaccinations can get around the problem with lysine and zinc. Her diabetes might be too much artificial sugar such as aspartame, high fructose corn syrup, fructose, sugar, and white flour such as bread. Switch to a rice diet as grain of choice.

Large breasts- I see that happened from drinking milk and severe glycine deficiency. It you switch sugar to glycine a sweetener it makes more sense to get breast size down. About 1 teaspoon four times a day of glycine although you can take more later. Milk contains hormones that increase milk production in cows and wr drink them causing unusual breast size. Less fats and no fried food as they tend to accumulate fats such as breast.

If you are serious about diabetes go vegetarian just for one month and from there you should know what to do.

Ted

Replied by SCL
Kentucky
04/17/2015

Thank you for your reply. My daughter has used insulin to treat her diabetes for 15 yrs. She has used artificial sugar since then instead of sugar. She does not drink much milk but she does like low fat or fat free greek yogurt and cheese. One serving per day. We will cut back on the greek yogurt and cheese.

How much lysine and zinc each day? How much glycine a day in a supplement form? I am not sure I can find powered glycine. Thank you again for your help in sharing your knowledge.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
04/18/2015
384 posts

Yes, artificial sugar can cause obesity, especially aspartame. The biggest complaints from people about aspartame is increased weight and obesity. Glycine one teaspoon is about 4000 mg. Lysine for me needs 1000 mg 4 times a day. Zinc in amino acid chelates maybe 30 mg a day. And no fluoridated toothpaste. It causes weight gain in a few people as halogen compete for iodine causing hypothyroidism.

Ted