We are super-excited about our redesigned breast plushie and we hope you are too! We first put our mammary gland out there in 2009 and the response was, essentially, that everyone wanted some boobs. We get it! Everyone likes boobs, right? Now you’ve got something fun to give the bravest and most amazing breast cancer survivor in your life. 

Breast Pillow - Breastfeeding Support - Lactation Consultant Gift - Funny Breast Gift

 

 

 

 

 

“Breast Pillow - Breastfeeding Support - Lactation Consultant Gift - Funny Breast Gift - Breast Exam Info

 This breast plushie also comes with an extraordinary booklet hangtag that describes what the breasts do, how they work and also include a tiny breast self-exam! Our Breast Exam Ever describes what you ought to look for when you’re checking your girls for lumps. Getting to know boobs is easy easy as one, two, three. A monthly mammary check just might reveal info that can help your doctor get you diagnosed quickly. Different breast shapes, colors and sizes are celebrated in 8 pages of educational fun. This stylish, charming and smart boob might be just what a new mom needs when she’s hitting the breast pump for the umpteenth time. Let’s do this lactation thing!

 

 

Breast Plush Toy - Breast Cancer Awareness Gift - Breast Friend Plushie Pillow

 

Your breasts contain fat, muscle, nipples, and mammary glands, which look like a bunch of grapes (see picture below) and can produce milk to feed babies. Mammary glands are what give mammals their name. Both women and men have mammary glands. The hormone estrogen promotes breast development, while testosterone inhibits breasts. It’s the breast of both worlds! Measures a highly unrealistic 7" x 9" x 6”.

   

 

Check out our new fluffy and fun breast plushie here!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

We are super-excited to redesign and re-introduce this fluffy friend to you after a long-overdue makeover. We first put our mammary gland out there in 2009 and the response was…underwhelming. Let’s just say we thought people liked mammary glands, but really what y’all actually wanted was boobs. We get it. Everyone likes boobs, right? We hope you like this one! Now you’ve got something fun to give the bravest and most amazing breast cancer survivor in your life.

Your breasts contain fat, muscle, nipples, and mammary glands, which look like a bunch of grapes (see picture below) and can produce milk to feed babies. Mammary glands are what give mammals their name. Both women and men have mammary glands. The hormone estrogen promotes breast development, while testosterone inhibits breasts. It’s the breast of both worlds! Measures a highly unrealistic 7" x 9" x 6”.

Recently, I heard about someone with breast cancer who starved their body to avoid chemotherapy. Ever since, the guts and I have been wondering: Can you starve cancer by following a certain diet? Or is it only a preventative measure? Because not eating seems.. hard. So we starting researching and came across this July 2013 Ted Talk by William Li about diet and cancer prevention. That's 200% awesome if you don't have cancer. But what if you already have it? Researchers already knew, in 1923, that cancer cells use a ton of glucose (the nutrient we get from digesting carbohydrates) - more than regular cells. This is because they grow much faster than normal cells, so they need the extra energy. If you starve your body, even for a few hours, your cells can switch to using fat or protein. But do cancer cells do the same thing? Research from MIT says yes. Lucky for us, then, in July 2013 some great people at the University of Southampton have found something that cancer cells need for survival that normal cells don't need. More research from July 2013, thanks to the Thomas Jefferson University, resulted in this study about starving cancer cells through manipulating diet. Have you tried a diet approach to overcoming cancer, or know someone who has? Or do you think it's all a bunch of bunk?
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