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Monday, January 9, 2017

WHY SOME GIRLS DEVELOP BIG BREASTS AT AN EARLY AGE, WHILE OTHERS AT FLAT CHEST?


WHY SOME GIRLS DEVELOP BIG BREASTS AT AN EARLY AGE, WHILE OTHERS A FLAT CHEST?
(© Sunday, 8 January 2017: Dr.V.M.Palaniappan, Ph.D.)
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 This question appears to have been haunting scientists all the time.

 I just read the following article – you too may want to read it, even before knowing my findings:


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Through: https://theconversation.com/why-some-girls-grow-breasts-early-and-how-new-findings-could-cut-cancer-risks-70767

Why some girls grow breasts early—and how new findings could cut cancer risks   January 4, 2017 by Gillian Wilson, The Conversation
When a girl's breasts start growing early, it can be a sign she will develop certain diseases later in life. There is evidence of early puberty leading to increased risk of obesity, type 2 diabetes, heart disease and cancer – particularly breast cancer.

... Until now … scientists have poorly understood the processes that make some girls develop younger than others…  
… throughout the world, puberty is beginning earlier and earlier … the reasons are largely unknown.

… a popular theory … obesity is known to affect hormone levels, it does not explain why onset varies substantially between different ethnic and socio-economic groups – earlier among black girls and those from poorer backgrounds… 
… Doctors currently only slow down the onset of puberty in children if it starts before the age of seven and if it is caused by a hormonal imbalance. They do this by administering drugs that stop the pituitary glands from producing the hormones that trigger puberty.

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Friends,

Please do NOT get upset any little after reading the above news.

If your daughter or sister gets her puberty at 7, 8 or so, of course you have to seek medical help almost instantly, for that may really mean that there is something wrong in the pattern of hormone secretions.

On the other hand, if she happens to attain ‘maturity’ at 10 or above, you may not need to get alarmed, with the assumption that she may get some undesirable major diseases such as breast cancer, type-2 diabetes, obesity, or a heart disease in her later years.

I have studied the subject somewhat extensively, and have published a few articles and also some books on this subject. They should enlighten you on the reality of things.

Here are the details:
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In the first place, one can easily notice that only THIN-looking girls attain their puberty at 10 or 11. 

Girls who are OVERWEIGHT or OBESE normally get their puberty only at 13 or 14.

The mediocre-built girls get theirs at 12 or so.

The above can be considered as NORM.

If an OBESE girl gets hers at 10, or if an extremely THIN girl remains without getting hers even in her 13 or 14, only then we should consider them as cases of HORMONAL imbalance, but not otherwise.
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Let us trace the causative factors that determine the above.

Attaining puberty has relevance to blood build up.

The RBC (red blood corpuscles) / haemoglobin build up requires IRON as the basic component.

If we eat, let us say, iron-rich spinach (or any green leafy vegetable), and also drink a glass of alkaline* water, nearly ALL the iron content in that vegetable consumed will NOT get ABSORBED by our body.

(The pH balance - acid-base levels influence the absorption potentials of minerals.)

Iron will get absorbed only when the environment is ACIDIC.

In AGRICULTURE INDUSTRY, when LIMING is done (spraying/ mixing calcium hydroxide powder to the soil, to change the soil acidity to make it fertile), iron-rich fertilizers should NOT be applied, for the lime will prevent the absorption of iron.

In other words, if some one’s body is in an alkaline state, his/her body will NOT utilise iron properly.

If iron is abandoned, the RBC / Haemoglobin will not form well.

Usually the Red Blood Cells can live only for a short while of about 100-120 days or so, from the day of its formation.

Every day, about 0.2% of the RBC’s die (that is called Eryptosis), and by night they are replaced.

If the iron becomes unavailable, the 0.2% replacements will NOT occur, and this will gradually give the person IRON-DEFICIENCY ANAEMIA.

That would mean the blood will not be rich enough to keep the body in perfect health. Several abnormalities, including headaches, short breadth, erratic menses, etc. would occur.

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Grown up people require only about 500 mg of calcium on a daily basis, for the upkeep of their body in good health.

However, we end consuming a lot more than that, often inadvertently, through the food and water we take.

Calcium is water-soluble. Our brain throws out all the unwanted calcium excesses, in a dissolved state, through urinations.

In other words, if we consume, say 3000 mg of calcium, some 2500 mg would get thrown out of our body, through several urinations (and also as part of the faeces). The digestive system would not absorb the excesses.

To achieve the above, we need to drink about 2 L of plain water daily, and void nearly all of that 2 L as urine*.

(* For efficient evacuation of all the excesses, as per my study, one will have to void urine at least 8 times daily)

If for any reason, we do NOT drink the required 2 L of water, OR if we UNDER-URINATE (say, only thrice or four times daily), then, nearly HALF of the calcium EXCESSES tend to remain inside the body.

In other words, while our daily requirement of calcium remains at 500 mg/day, we end up storing about 1000 mg. This is double the required / usable quantity.

If the above happens every day, over a period of time, say in one year, HUGE amounts of calcium would have gathered inside the body.
Cells make up the tissues.
Tissues make up the muscles/flesh/ ORGANS.
In other words, the breast is made up of various kinds of tissues / billions of cells.
Thus, every part of our body is made up of cells.
The cells have a structure called MITOCHONDRIA inside them.

Helped by these mitochondria, the calcium excesses enter into those SOFT cells and remain there, may be as calcium oxalate crystals.

Continued addition of these calcium excesses will make each of those cells (all over the body) INCREASE IN WEIGHT and BLOAT UP IN SIZE.

Similar to several rain drops making the flood, the ‘abundant’ tiny (calcium oxalate crystal) additions increase the overall body weight of the person – making him/her overweight at initial stages, and then obese along with time.

The above, at its extreme, gives rise to all the obesity-related diseases, viz., type-2 diabetes, stone diseases, heart diseases, hypothyroidism, and even cancer.

The calcium being ALKALINE, its accumulation within the cells/ body makes the entire body ALKALINE (as opposed to making the body acid – hyperacidosis).

The alkaline status prevents, as described above, the absorption of IRON from the vegetables (and other food) eaten, resulting in IRON-DEFICIENCY ANAEMIA.

This form of anaemia, in turn, disturbs the blood composition, and gives rise to ERRATIC MENSES.

It is only natural that such and anaemic person, for want of proper oxygen transportation from the lungs to the brain and other body parts, would begin to suffer from short breadth, headaches, memory failure, indigestion, energyless due to inadequate combustion (i.e., burning of food to release food energy), loss of appetite, etc.

The blood, if that happens to be in good health, would flow at a definite speed within the blood vessels so as to keep supplying all the needs (such as oxygen, nutrition, etc.). We call that NORMAL Blood Pressure, and that happens to be somewhere near 120 – the systolic pressure.

If the blood quality goes bad because of the inadequacy in the red blood cell composition, flow of blood within the blood vessels will have to increase so as to cope up with the demands put up by the brain and other tissues.

The resulting RAPID blood flow raises the SYSTOLIC BLOOD PRESSURE to much higher readings, giving rise to hypertension*.

(* A condition called arteriosclerosis, wherein the blood vessel wall thickens due to CALCIFICATION and narrows the lumen, also raises the blood pressure.)
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Earlier on, we saw that the CALCIUM EXCESSES that accumulate within the body ARE RETAINED WITHIN THE SOFT CELLS ALL OVER THE BODY – in the muscles, organs, etc.

Continued incoming calcium bloats up each of the cells beyond its tolerance limit.

Such an enlargement forces each of the cells to split up – resulting in the mitotic (asexual) cell division.

When all the cells at one location divide several times, they can collectively give rise to a LUMP / TUMOUR – as it occurs in the breast, for instance.

Similar happenings give rise to stone in kidneys, blood vessel thickenings (such as athero- or arteriosclerosis) and heart blockages, prostate enlargements, endometriosis, polycystic ovary, etc.

The same phenomenon appears to give rise to cancers at its maximum – such as prostate cancer, breast cancer, and the like.
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LET US SUM UP:

If a person UNDER-URINATES, CALCIUM would accumulate within the body making the person OVER-WEIGHT initially, and OBESE after that.

The same process gives rise to various obesity-related diseases.
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The Type-2 Diabetes appears to be the result of a slightly deviated phenomenon:

If and when a person drinks ABUNDANT water (e.g., more than 3 L), and UNDER-URINATES AFTER that (e.g., voids urine only thrice daily), he/ she gets TYPE-2 DIABETES, but not otherwise.
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As opposed to the above, if a person drinks PLENTY of WATER (e.g., 3 L/day) and urinates nearly ALL of it (also about 3 L of urine), then, the person becomes VERY THIN – skeletal-looking!

This happens because even the needed calcium (that is the 500 mg – the daily requirement) gets easily leached out of the body in the urine, and he/she remains thin.

In other words, even if the person were to take rich Ca supplements, he/she would lose most of it* thorough the EXCESSIVE urinations, and would continue to remain THIN-looking and under-weight.

(* Even such excessive calcium losses do not seem to give rise to any kind of osteoporosis – I have explained this phenomenon in several of my articles published in this BLOG, as well as in my books).
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I think, by this time, the causative factor responsible for making some girls develop big breasts even at an early age of 10, and some others remaining flat-breasted even in their 13 or 14 would have become self-explanatory.

Nevertheless, let me exclaim it here, for clarity-sake:

Some mothers tend to train their children to drink plenty of water, and also to urinate liberally, several times daily.

If such drinking and voiding happen to be of a mediocre nature, those children tend to be medium built and healthy. If those children happen to be girls, they would get their puberty in their 12, or so.

If a girl happens to drink abundant water (e.g. 2 L or more, instead of taking only ½ L for her body size and age - while still being a child at that young age), her body would turn acidic (for want of adequate calcium - due to its depletion), and that would enhance the absorption of adequate iron from food sources resulting in the formation of rich blood in her body.

However, the excessive water consumption and related over-urination are bound to leach out even some of the most wanted water-soluble nutrients.

If we raise a plant in a soil that has meagre nutrients, the plant would look very small, pre-maturely produce some flowers, fruits, and seeds, and would then die off prematurely. 

Similarly, a girl who remains THIN (or SKELETAL-looking, with a FLAT chest), because of under-nourishment (may be due to poverty), or due to the loss of nutrients (essentially CALCIUM) from her body due to excessive water consumption and related excessive urination, WOULD ATTAIN PUBERTY AT AN EARLY AGE OF 10, 11, or so.

On the contrary, a girl who under-urinates because of much reduced water consumption, tends to become OBESE with WELL-DEVELOPED BREASTS (due to the accumulation of excessive calcium in her breast tissues – especially in the lactiferous tissues that are designed to scavenge, absorb and retain Ca for the production of milk to feed the offspring at a later stage).

As described above, the red blood cell formation in this kind of obese girl would get hampered because of the alkalinity occurring in her due to the accumulated calcium excesses. That would delay the attainment of puberty to a much later date.

This kind of obese girls are the ones who develop big breasts even before attaining puberty, and they attain puberty only in their 14th or even 15th age, get ALL of the obesity related diseases at a later date – on reaching adulthood – that is, after the juvenile growth-period has ceased.

I have also observed the following to occur:

If a girl, during her juvenile period, happens to under-urinate while drinking much LESS water, she remains big, fat, and grows to normal height.

If such an obese girl happens to drink PLENTY of water, UNDER-URINATES, SWEATS PROFUSELY all the time (hyperhidrosis),       AND EATS PLENTY OF FOOD, she GROWS TOO TALL and REMAIN BIG-SIZED.

A girl with all the above habits, but eats VERY LITTLE FOOD, tends to grow TALL, but appears to remain THIN, with very well-developed, big-sized breasts.

The big-eaters of this latter category are the ones who would get all the obesity-related diseases, whereas those who eat much less food, tend to get much less problems – they tend to pose as sweet-looking, attractive and healthy persons, except that they would emit strong body odour all the time.

There was a statement at the beginning of this article, which said, “… a popular theory … obesity is known to affect hormone levels, it does not explain why onset varies substantially between different ethnic and socio-economic groups – earlier among black girls and those from poorer backgrounds 

By now, after reading my findings, the reason for the girls from poor background getting puberty at an earlier age, should have become evident.
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The above information would have sorted out the real causative factors for all of the above questions.

Now, we know that some girls develop big breasts at an early age because of under-urinating, coupled with the habit of eating too much of food all the time. These habits tend to make a girl attain puberty only at a late stage of 14 or 15.

We also know that some other girls have flat chest and attain early puberty at 10 or so, because of excessive water-consumption, excessive urination, and reduced food consumption, resulting in under-nourishment.
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Well friends,

The above report should provide adequate answers to the questions asked by the researchers who have presented their paper in the “Conversation” journal, dated 4 January 2017.

If you happen to be a parent of a growing up girl, you may want to feed her only a mediocre quantity of food all the time, let her drink about half a litter or so of water (as appropriate for her age and body size), and also encourage her to urinate about 8 times daily (and not to control her urge for urination while at the school).  All these would let her grow up to become a “Perfect” adult in her later years, without any of the obesity-related diseases.
OK, friends,
Bye until I come up with some other useful information.
With best wishes,
Dr. Palani, Ph.D.

THE FOLLOWING ARE MY ARTICLES DIRECTLY RELEVANT TO THE CURRENT TOPIC DISCUSSED, THAT WERE POSTED IN THIS BLOG, These can be retrieved by clicking at the right date, at the ARCHIVES found towards the very END of this page:.
BEST AGE FOR GIRLS TO ATTAIN PUBERTY
BMI, body odour, ear wax, erratic menses, menopause, menses, moon-shaped face, obesity, osteoporosis, overgrowth, overweight, pre-menstrual syndrome, puberty, white discharge
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augmentation, big breasts, body odour, breast cancer, breast enlargement, breast reconstruction, calcium accumulation, calcium excess, hysterectomy, implant, lumps, under-urination, white discharge
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11/03/2012 
Annie Hawkins-Turner, biggest breast, breast size, calcium, cysts, drugless therapy, hyperhidrosis, lumps, obesity, oestrogen, pseudo slim, slim, tumours, under-developed breasts, under-urination
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27/06/2011






11/02/2013
BMI, children, dehydration, diseases, hydration, morbid obesity, non-communicable, obesity, over-urination, overweight, type-2 diabetes, under-urination, under-weight, water
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20/07/2016
Andrea Sharma, breast, calcitonin, calcium accumulation, foetus, gestational diabetes, lactiferous tissues, lymph, over-eating, pregnant women, under-urination, weight increase
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09/11/2015
alkaline pH, breast cancer, breast lump, calcitonin, calcium, calcium accumulation, calcium excess, hepcidin, iron absorption, iron deficiency, iron supplementation, Michael B. Zimmermann, under-urination
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08/11/2015
calcium accumulation, candy, chocolates, Dr.Brian Wansink, Dr.David Just, exercises, fast food, food, morbid obesity, obesity, soda, under-urination
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07/11/2015
big breasts, body odour, calcium, cancers, chemotherapy, dimples, Emilie Benyi, heart blockage, Jack Cuzick, Jen Green, lumps, metastasis, obesity, radiation, tall women, under-urination, white discharge
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05/10/2015
breast, calcium, cancer, cancer cure, cancer research, cysts, Dr.V.M.Palaniappan, Ecohealing, endometriosis, High fibre, lumps, obesity, overeating, overweight, Prostate Dr.Palani, slimming
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22/08/2015


acid fruits, brain tumour, breast cancer, calcium accumulation, calcium excess, calcium supplement, fruit juices, kidney stones, milk, pillow height, Sheryl Crow, under-urination
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06/06/2012
big breasts, big buttocks, breast feeding, calcium excess, cysts, hypertrophy, lumps, lymph, sexiest woman, small breasts, tight clothes, under-urination
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28/05/2012
Aiswarya Rai, Bollywood Actress, calcium accumulation, excessive calcium, Kajol, menses, Miss Universe, Miss World, obesity, overweight, pseudo slim, Simran, slimming, under urination, weight loss, weight reduction
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18/05/2012
anorexia, body odour, calcium accumulation, calcium excess, cysts, fibroids, Kirsten Haglund, Miss America, slim, under-urination, Yasmin Khorram
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19/03/2012
REFERENCES:
1. Palaniappan, V.M. 1998. Obesity: causes, cure, and prevention. Ecohealth Sdn. Bhd. Pub., ISBN 978-967-9988-05-8. 471 pp
2. Palaniappan, V.M. (2000).  Development of Breast Lumps, Cysts and Fibroids, and Methods for Their Prevention.  Paper presented at the Seminar by AMMAA, held at Kelana Jaya, Sunday, 8.5. 2000.

3. Palaniappan, V.M. / BERNAMA.com (18 October 2007). Calcium accumulation in soft tissues contributes to disorders. www.bernama.com.my.

4. Palaniappan, V.M. / BERNMA.COM (25 October, 2007). Calcium accumulation contributes to major diseases. www.bernama.com.my 

5. Palaniappan, V.M. / BERNAMA.com (18 October 2007). Calcium accumulation in soft tissues contributes to disorders. www.bernama.com.my.

6. Palaniappan, V.M. (2007). Part-2: Under-urination causes type-2 diabetes and heart blockages. Feature article published in BERNAMA National News Agency: Archives: 22.11.2007.

7. Palaniappan, V.M. (2007). Part-6: Excessive urination contributes to skeletal body, hyperactivity, tension and loss of immunity. Feature article published in BERNAMA National News Agency: Archives: 20.12.2007.

8  Palaniappan, V.M. 2008. THE TRUE CAUSES OF ALL DISEASES. Neo Health Care: ISBN 978-967-9988-13-0. 192pp. ALSO AVAILABLE AS E-BOOK IN KINDLE& AMAZON.COM 

9. Palaniappan, V.M. 2010. Cancer: causes, cure, and prevention. ISBN 978-967-9988-14-7. Neo Health Care. 624 ppPalaniappan, V.M. (2012). Menses, menopause, and osteoporosis. Neo Health Care. ISBN 978-967-9988-17-8.144pp

10. Palaniappan, V.M. (2013). All about obesity, in a nutshell. ISBN 978-967-9988-18-5. Neo Health Care. 220pp. 



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