Could there be a linkage between coffee and breast size? According to some discovery found by Oncologist Helena Jernstroem, who was researching the links between big boobs and breast cancer, there is! She found that women who drink three cups of coffee a day reduced the risk of breast cancer. But there was something else too.
Of the 270 female coffee drinkers surveyed, half of them carried a gene responsible for shrinking boobies.
Women with this gene will find their boobs shrinking if they keep drinking coffee.
Though, it's unlikely that they will disappear into oblivion, of course.
"Anyone who thinks they can tell which women are coffee drinkers just from their bra measurements will be disappointed. The problem is that there are two measures for a bra — the cup size and the girth, so you wouldn't be able to tell." - Jernstroem says.
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