BEWBS: Japanese Cookies Said to Increase Breast Size

F-Cup Cookies

For anyone and everyone looking to boost their busts to the size of their dreams, there’s now a snack that’s supposedly makes it happen. A cookie brand sold in Japan is saying that they have an alternative to breast augmentation surgery. The F-Cup cookie is marketed as having herbal extracts that naturally increases cup sizes over time.

The cookies are made with an extract of Pueraria Mirifica, a plant that can be found in the northern regions of Thailand and contain a form of estrogen called Miroestrol. The cookies are available in two flavors: Soy Milk and Pralines & Chocolate. The site suggests that one or two should be eaten daily, along with lots of water because the cookie will absorb it and fill you up. Women with pre-existing medical problems relating to ovaries and breasts should stay away from the product altogether, the site advises.

While estrogen has been proven to affect breast size, there’s still no proof that the Miroestrol extract from the plant has any effect on the size of breasts, Fox News reports. Those curious enough to try, however, can find the cookies at the F-Cup store.

As for me? My boobs don’t need to get any bigger.

H/T Fox News Picthx F-Cup Cookies


Boobie Cupcakes for Wholesome, Innocent Thoughts [NSFW-ish]


32A, 36B, 34C, 30D. Boobs come in all shapes and sizes. But if there’s one thing we can agree on, it’s that we enjoy them. And these Boob Cupcakes are no expectation. Is it nippy in here, or is it just me?

Food Trucks

This Boob-Themed Milk Truck Delivers Nourishment

Food trucks are no recent phenomenon, but food trucks for babies are certainly something new.

And no, we aren’t talking about a trendy new gluten-free, veganlicious restaurant-on-wheels for toddlers… we’re talking about food straight from the bosom. Yep, old-fashioned style. Just like Mama used to make.


Substance Found in Celery and Parsley Can Fight Cancer

In the battle against cancer, it’s good to know what can and cannot help you prevent it. Cause let’s face it, everything gives you cancer nowadays. In this case, studies show that a substance known as apigenin, which can be found in celery and parsley, is known to help in a substantial way in cases of breast cancer.

A study conducted by researchers at the University of Missouri showed that apigenin is known to slow and reduce the production of cancer cells.

According Salman Hyder, professor of biomedical sciences in the College of Veterinary Medicine and the Dalton Cardiovascular Research Center, who co-authored the study:

“We do know that apigenin slowed the progression of human breast cancer cells in three ways: by inducing cell death, by inhibiting cell proliferation, and by reducing expression of a gene associated with cancer growth. Blood vessels responsible for feeding cancer cells also had smaller diameters in apigenin-treated mice compared to untreated mice. Smaller vessels mean restricted nutrient flow to the tumors and may have served to starve the cancer as well as limiting its ability to spread.”

A group of mice that were specially bred for this study were implanted specifically with breast-cancer cells. Then the mice were divided up with some given medroxyprogesterone acetate (MPA) and others given apigenin. The group of mice that received MPA developed tumor growth, while the others given apigenin actually caused tumors to decrease in size.

The rest of the study published can be found in the journal Hormones and Cancer.

via: Huffington Post and MU News Bureau