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    Before I lost weight I was about a 40D. Now I'm a 36B and absolutely loving the smaller size. I found Mark's Primal Blueprint Fitness essential movements to be really great for toning up the whole chest/shoulder/back support structure.
    Oh I will definitely look into that! Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LJH View Post
    I guarandamntee it wasn't bra-caused.
    Jeez, are none of us safe from freaking BC???

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    Quote Originally Posted by LJH View Post
    +1 on the woo-woo factor for that one, JMO.

    I had an aunt who never wore a bra in her life, only men's undershirts. Come to think, she never wore any womens' clothing nor did she ever marry or have a boyfriend ... hmmmm, you don't suppose ... ? LOL! No one in my (massively biggoted and uptight) family ever uttered the disgraceful 'L' word but I reckon that's what it was. I was too young to understand and she was my favorite relative. Anywho, she died of breast cancer and I guarandamntee it wasn't bra-caused.
    I have rarely worn bras or worn minimalist shelf bra types most of my life and I've had breast cancer. No, I don't think the bras caused it.

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    Good God! I'm so sorry

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taggy G View Post
    Good God! I'm so sorry
    If that was for my aunt, thank you. It was a looooong time ago but she was an awesome old broad and I still miss her.

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    At the risk of sounding a bit conspiratorial, I do think there could be a link to high dairy consumption and reproductive cancer.
    Sorry if we're getting a bit off-topic.
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    I go braless at 34C (i think that's my size anyway, I haven't worn a bra in over 3 years now).

    I do have a 'shelf bra' in my tank tops, but it's not exactly "supportive." I just like having a second layer of fabric there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronstar View Post
    At the risk of sounding a bit conspiratorial, I do think there could be a link to high dairy consumption and reproductive cancer.
    Sorry if we're getting a bit off-topic.
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    Pains me to admit it because I eat obscene amounts of yogurt & custard, but that one is easier to accept.

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    Grokette wouldn't have worn a shirt. C'mon gals...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronstar View Post
    At the risk of sounding a bit conspiratorial, I do think there could be a link to high dairy consumption and reproductive cancer.
    Sorry if we're getting a bit off-topic.
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    I would tend to agree with you if you are talking about hormone treated cows.

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