Foods That Make Your Butt Bigger
Did you know that you can get a bigger butt by carefully selecting what foods that you eat? It’s true, there are foods that help get a bigger butt and they don’t include junk food.
Let’s first cover how we get a bigger butt through exercise and how the foods that we eat after exercise ensure that we get a toned bum. To get that amazing looking toned bum, you really need to combine the right exercise with the right food. Don’t worry though, if you can’t do the exercise, eating foods to get a bigger bum will do the trick anyway!
Read my related article for more information and how to get a bigger butt with exercise.
Burn Baby Burn!
Every time you crank out a set of squats you are creating tiny micro-tears in your buttocks. When your body kicks into repair mode you are entering a phase called muscle recovery. In order to repair itself your body synthesizes protein to make your rear end stronger and larger, prepping itself to prevent further injury. However, if you aren’t maintaining a proper diet you won’t reap the benefits of this muscle recovery phase.
The proper diet included a delicate balance of protein, carbohydrates, and fat; without these your body will fail to enter into recover mode and will become smaller and weaker over time. In order to avoid falling into that state you must consume the right balanced diet. Keep reading to find out more information about eating healthy to gain that perfect posterior.
When people begin a new exercise program they tend to focus on the exercise itself while forgetting about adjusting their diet. Without properly adjusting your diet to fit your new metabolic needs you likely won’t see the results you expect. Many people who begin working out to build muscle, especially in their butt, find that their muscle mass actually shrinks over time. This is likely because they have neglected to modify their diet. You could spend hours in the gym each week pumping out squats and leg lifts, but if you don’t have the correct intake of nutrients you won’t see the results you’re expecting. To get a bigger butt, the answer lies in super proteins!
What are Super Proteins?
Super proteins are foods that are relatively low in fat but still contain high amounts of quality protein. Why are they called super proteins? Because they contain the amino acids your body requires to build muscle. Additionally, these proteins contain a high biological value rating, which means the protein they contain can be more easily used by the body. These amino acids can help you achieve a larger buttock more quickly than if you ignored your diet and stuck to exercise alone. Ok so lets get straight to the point, what foods are super proteins then?
These foods are examples of super proteins:
- Fish (salmon, tuna, tilapia)
- Poultry (chicken, turkey)
- Lean red meat
What are Super Foods?
When you first think about modifying your diet you probably start wondering what foods you need to eliminate. The first foods to go are typically the ones high in fat and carbohydrates, but make sure you’re leaving enough healthy fats and carbs in your diet as well. Cutting out carbs and fats entirely won’t help you gain muscle which in turn means that you won’t get a bigger butt, so you need to be conscious of just how much you’re eliminating. If you end up eliminating all the foods that help you grow the butt muscles, then the butt won’t get bigger!
When you’re consuming healthy fats you’re actually helping yourself lose weight; if you don’t get enough fat intake then your body will begin retaining it (i.e. gaining weight) in order to hold on to nourishment. In order to avoid retaining the “bad” fats we typically think of, be sure to incorporate a fair amount of healthy super foods into your diet.
Here are a few examples of foods rich in healthy fats and carbs:
- Mixed nuts
- Leafy greens
- Sweet potatoes
You should also consider adding in coconut oil and tea (oolong, white, and green) while being sure to drink plenty of water.
Added Benefits of Super Foods
These super foods not only get a toned bum, but they can help strengthen your hair and nails, reduce the onset of cellulite, and even improve bad breath. Eating a well-balanced diet will keep you healthier in the long run, lowering your chances of developing health issues like diabetes, cancer, heart attacks, and strokes.
Below are a few suggestions for various meal times on how to incorporate some of the foods we mentioned in the article above. You don’t have to be a chef to pull these off, just be more aware of the foods you’re buying and putting into your body.
Cook one cup of non-instant multigrain oatmeal using water, adding one teaspoon of coconut oil and one half teaspoon of cinnamon after the oatmeal is cooked. Rather than adding sugar, honey, or maple syrup, try sweetening the oatmeal with blueberries, strawberries, or raspberries.
Opt for whole wheat slices of bread rich in fiber and use a low sodium brand of turkey and swiss cheese. To incorporate your leafy greens try adding in a handful of arugula or spinach, depending on which green you prefer.
Grill a 5 ounce strip of a boneless chicken breast and combine it with a side of steamed broccoli (1 cup) and a half a cup of whole grain brown rice.
Post Work Out
There are innumerous brands of protein shakes available on the market, but Biochem 100% Whey Protein is one of the best (in my opinion). This shake contains pure ultra-filtered whey protein isolate which is perfect post-workout for increased muscle recovery. Most vitamin shops should carry it, but you can typically find more affordable versions online here.