If your butty is not big enough, you are probably looking for a way to make it bigger. You will be surprised, but you can achieve this just wearing the right clothes and eating proper foods. Foods may make your butt bigger by increasing fat and lean muscle mass. Your butt is made of glute muscles (gluteus maximus, gluteus minimus, and gluteus medius) and fat layer. To enhance the appearance of your butt, you not only need to increase the size of the glute muscle but also add a fat layer to make it appear round and shapely. Foods rich in protein help increase lean muscle mass, and high-calorie foods help add the fat layer. Here are some foods you should consider eating if you want a big butt.
1. Protein Shake
Your body needs at least 1.6 – 1.8 grams of protein per kg body weight per day. Protein shakes come in handy when you cannot get enough protein from whole food sources. They are also useful for those who exercise regularly. There are different protein shakes available on the market (including vegetarian and vegan versions). Buy one and add it to water/milk/almond milk and have it 15-20 minutes after your workout session.
2. Meat Steak
Meat steaks are great sources of animal protein, vitamins B12 and B3, and the minerals iron, phosphorus, and potassium. If you work out regularly and have been working extra hard on those glutes, you do need a protein backup. Meat steaks will do that for you.
3. Chia Seeds
Chia seeds are packed with proteins and healthy fats. There are 14 grams of protein in 100 grams of chia seeds. These seeds are super rich in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, antioxidants, and fiber. Add two tablespoons of chia seeds to your breakfast smoothies, pancakes, and juices. They are easily available and have a neutral taste. So, you can add them to any dish. But do not overconsume them as that might cause stomach ache.
Eggs are great for building bigger and firm buttocks. Whole eggs contain various
essential amino acids and both water-soluble and fat-soluble vitamins that help rebuild the muscles and strengthen the muscles. A medium egg has about 6 g of protein.
Consume 2-3 whole eggs per week. Avoid the yolk if your cholesterol level is high and your doctor has advised against it.
Fish are loaded with protein and healthy fats
omega-3-fatty acids. Include salmon, tuna, mackerel, haddock, basa, anchovies, tilapia, Catla cutla, and rohu in your meals to get a good dose of protein.
Go for full-fat milk if you are trying to get a round and shapely butt. Not because it helps you gain weight, but quite the opposite. Full-fat milk is good for weight loss. The protein and calcium in milk help build lean muscle mass and strong bones, both of which are necessary for achieving the goal you are aiming at.
Mushrooms are rich in protein and a good option for all vegetarians and vegans. Hundred grams of white mushroom contains 29 calories and provides 3.3 grams of protein. Add them to soups, salads, sandwiches, or wraps to have a delicious and protein-rich meal.
Spinach is a storehouse of vitamins and minerals. It is the best source of iron. The
antioxidants help scavenge harmful reactive oxygen species, reduce cholesterol and blood lipid levels, and protect from chronic diseases. Adding spinach to your diet will keep you satiated, which means you will not consume junk food. Junk food will only make you gain weight overall and deteriorate your health.