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9 Tips to Lose Weight Without Losing Breasts 2022

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How To Lose Weight Without Losing Your Booty Or Breasts

Shedding the extra pounds can make you healthy and fit. If you are on a weight loss regime, you should be aware that there is one (and most probably the only), not-so-cherished side effect of healthy weight loss – losing the curves. 

As you start to lose weight, fat is lost from all over the body. Naturally, your curves are also diminished. Can CBD oil help with weight loss without losing the breasts or the butt fat? The answer is no. CBD oil might help you burn the extra fat but just like any other weight loss supplement, the effects will not be area specific. It is not impossible to lose body fat without losing all your curves but getting that hourglass figure necessarily demands more work. 

How to lose weight without losing your boobs or booty? What is the secret to that perfect hourglass figure? Can dieting help to shed pounds while preserving the curves? If these are the questions you have, you are at the right place. In this article, we will answer all these questions and discuss some more important points on how to lose fat but keep your curves.  

How to lose weight without losing your booty or breasts?

To lose fat without losing the booty or breasts, you need to be on a diet that is high in protein and follow an exercise regime that helps in building the chest and hip muscles. Shedding extra weight from the rest of your body but not the breasts or hips is certainly more difficult than just losing weight. 

Any diet plan, weight loss supplement, or exercise regime that you may follow for shedding weight, will trigger fat loss from all over the body. The breasts are primarily made of fat. So, as you lose fat, it will naturally trigger breast size loss. It is the same for the hips.

Breast volume in women is affected by body mass index[1]. As you get slimmer, the BMI is reduced and so does the breast volume. 

Healthy weight loss specifically targets the fat cells and burns them out through calorie deficiency. In women, the breasts and the hips are primary fat storage areas. Naturally, a good percentage of the fat you lose through is from the breasts and hips. 

Many women note, as soon as they start losing weight, the first thing they notice is a reduction in their bra size. But it might not be the same for every woman.

If you are trying to lose extra pounds but not your curves, you must stay away from crash diets and take up exercises that particularly help in working and building the muscles of the chest and the hips. 

Shedding extra pounds affects your body in different ways but does losing weight affect your nose? Getting slimmer might make your nose look longer or more pronounced but there is no change in the actual shape or size of the nose.  

Getting the hourglass figure  

As said, losing weight but not the curves is more difficult than just shedding the extra pounds. When you are aiming for targeted fat loss, you must keep a strict eye on what you eat as well as the type of workout you do. For just losing pounds, dieting with minimum to moderate exercising is typically effective because all you need to do is create a calorie deficiency in the body through measured calorie intake and planned calorie burning.  

On the other hand, when you are keen on losing weight but not losing the curves, you have to focus more on the exercise regime, as dieting can quickly burn off the fat that shapes the curves. Read on to find out how you can lose weight but not the curves. 

The diet plan 

The right diet works at the core of every weight loss regime. For shedding pounds without losing your boobs or booty you should focus on a diet that is balanced and has a healthy percentage of all the nutrients. 

Eat sufficient proteins 

Protein helps in building muscles and including sufficient protein in your diet is essential to burn fat while preserving muscle mass[2]. Replace bad fats with protein-rich food, which will help to build muscles and maintain the body curves. 

Do not miss out on carbs 

A diet free from carbohydrates may look like an easy solution to lose weight quickly but missing out on one or multiple nutrient groups can lead to quick weight loss which will invariably result in losing the curves. Restrict refined sugar intake but do not quit on nutritious sources of carbs.  

Stop eating free calories 

Instead of leaving out any particular nutrient from your diet, focus more on taking a balanced diet that is full of nutrients. Stay away from junk foods and free calories like soda, cold drinks, ice creams, fries and fast foods that add a lot of calories to the body but no nutrition. 

Create a diet plan, and stick to it for at least 15 days to see the results. Modify it according to your goals. Stop overeating, snacking in between meals, and have your dinner early. Also, do not eat in a hurry. Chew your food properly and focus on mindful eating. How and when you eat has a vital impact on how the food is used in the body.   

The exercise regime   

When you are trying to lose weight without losing your breast size or butt, your focus should be on developing the right exercise regime. Exercise helps to tone and tighten the muscles and the best thing is, you can target specific areas of the body with the right type of exercises. 

The muscles that connect the chest with the shoulders and arms are called the pectoral muscles. Building these muscles through the right type of exercises is an effective way to lose weight without losing your boobs. Strength training can help to build the gluteus or hip muscles. Different types of strength training that target your upper body can work as effective chest exercises. Also, pick up some exercise to tone and slim the waist to get that hourglass figure.   

Barbell bench press

According to a study[3] performed by the American Council of Exercise, barbell bench press is the best way to tone and strengthen the chest muscles. Bench presses help to strengthen the pectoral muscles and can be helpful to shed pounds without losing your breast size. 

Push-ups 

Normal push-ups along with the other variations are effective to build and tone the upper body, specifically the arms and chest muscles. Start with at least 3 sets of push-ups with 7 reps each. Increase the number as you go. Also, try out other variations to reap the maximum benefits. 

Weight training 

Weight training is a great way to lose excess fat while keeping the curves. Use dumbbells of suitable weight for exercising. Focus on the muscles of the chest, shoulders, and arms. You can target specific muscles with specific types of weight training which is the most effective way to get an hourglass figure. 

Lunges 

Lunges are effective for toning the butt. Walking lunges, side lunges, backward lunges, and all the other variations of it can help you to tone the booty muscles and prevent excess fat loss from the area. Do sufficient reps of the exercises and keep altering the styles every week for the best results. 

Squats  

Squats are another key workout for enhancing the gluteus muscles. It has multiple variations, from simple squats to split squats and each of them is effective for toning the hip area. 

Pull-ups and rowing 

Pull-ups help to tone the muscles of the back and abdomen. Well-toned abs and back muscles are a must for the hourglass figure. Rowing is another full-body exercise that can be helpful to shed fats from the waist, abdomen, and back.    

Conclusion 

There is no way to lose weight without losing fat from the breasts or hips. However, following a healthy diet and proper exercise regime during and after weight loss is the key to build the muscles that will help to enhance the curves. There are specific exercises that can help in targeted muscle toning, giving them a more pronounced look.   


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  1. Coltman, C.E., Steele, J.R. & McGhee, D.E. (2017). Breast volume is affected by body mass index but not age. Ergonomics, [online] 60(11), pp.1576–1585. Available at: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28532249/
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Medically reviewed by:

Victor Nguyen

Ananya Lahiri holds a Bachelor's degree in Life Sciences and a Master's degree in Bioinformatics. She is also the published author of several Health & Wellness blogs, guides, and e-books. With years of experience in the education and e-learning industry, she is keen on sharing information that can help people in making informed choices. Ananya is an avid dog lover with a specific interest in Huskies and GSDs. She is also a certified translator and holds a certificate in digital marketing. Apart from Health and Medical, Ananya also enjoys writing on tech, fashion, and beauty niches. She has crafted study materials for Cosmetology & Nursing courses.

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