Does this sound at all familiar?

“If you wear bras for an extended period of time you will get cancer.”

I remember the first time I heard this, I was 11, I wasn’t even wearing a bra because this gal was a late bloomer. However, my very voluptuous best friend at the time who had grown into her “womanhood” a lot earlier than others was. She also seemed to take this point as a position to then educate the rest of us pre-pubescent children in the play yard.

But now that I am older, wiser and can confidently say that boobs play a big role in my career. Shout out to my BooB CamP crew! There is some fact behind what my friend had once said. However, before you start raising arms- I would be more inclined to say it is in correlation and not causation just like many other things that can relate to cancer.

The fact is this: Bouncing bosoms help move and clear the lymphatics, leading to a healthy immune system.

When chemical toxins are trapped in the body, this is where we run into issues. The ones that accumulate in breast tissue are usually flushed by lymph fluid via the lymph nodes situated in your armpits and upper chest.

What happens when you wear a bra for an extended period of time? These lymphatic vessels feel immense pressure and can be easily compressed due to their structure naturally. Constant pressure can cause the lymph valves and vessels to close as they are one way or another suffocated. They receive less oxygen and fewer nutrients whilst the nasties are trapped and are not flushed away.

So it is easy to see that after years of this, the result can seem unpleasant as you accumulate unhealthy cells.

Let me breakdown the facts. We all know breast cancer is one of the most abundant forms of breast cancer that runs rampant in women every year. According to Singer’s, their study had interviewed 4000 women in 5 major US cities ranging in age 30-79. Half had breast cancer. Three quarters of them wore their bras to sleep which is a HUGE no no from the Chelsey Jean team. When we look at the other side of things, 1 out of 168 women who are bra free contract breast cancer.

So what happened when these results were sent to prestitgous cancer organisations? Zilch, Nada, NOTHING! Nobody responded. Why? Surely this would be fascinating results. Well I’m sorry to burst the bubble but I am a realist and if you know me I say how I feel and what I think. Life is too short to live any other way.

The cancer business and bra business are just as huge as one another. Bras are bringing in 6 Billion Dollars a year to US revenue.

Bras stop breast from achieving their natural lift. Bras are intended to keep women in place especially if you’re a woman w/ large breasts. But, according to sport science researcher Jean-Denis Rouillion & his 15 yr study of the effect of bras, they did nothing to support the chest, reduce back pain or prevent premature sagging. So for all those women who say they don’t want to free their boobs because they are afraid they will sag well here you go.

Medically, physiologically, anatomically, breasts gain no benefit from being denied gravity. On the contrary, they get saggier with a bra.


  • Push-up & sports bras are out. Choose loose-fitting cotton bras. Make sure you can slip 2 fingers under the shoulder straps & side panels.
  • The higher the side panels the more severe restriction of major lymph nodes.
  • Don’t wear bras to sleep.
  • Take off at home.
  • Massage your breasts every time you remove your bra

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