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What Foods To Eat To Get A Bigger Butt

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 Foods That Make Your Buttocks Bigger Naturally

First off, I need to make one thing painfully clear. There is no food alone that you can eat to make your butt bigger.

However, there are ways that foods can be eaten to increase the growth rate of your buttocks from other booty growing methods.

Here at Behealthy Beloved we advocate exercise (among other ways) as the best natural and effective way of truly increasing the size of your booty.

Basically through exercise, there are two ways in which the buttocks grows.

  • The Resistance Phase: (the actual workout you do, and the continual stimulus applied to create more and more growth)

  • The Recovery Phase: (what you do after the workout to ensure proper growth occurs.

For the sake of this blog post, we need to only discuss the recovery phase, as that is where the foods you eat truly matter for getting a bigger butt.

What Foods To Eat To Get A Bigger Butt

So after you’ve done some of our super booty blasting exercises, your buttocks is now in a position to grow.

At this point there will be tiny microscopic tears in the gluteal and surrounding muscles (at your butt).

At this point our buttocks is in the repair cycle. It desperately wants the right amount of calories, the right type of healthy foods, and the right healthy mixture of carbs/fat/proteins to ensure the most growth possible.

You really don’t want to work your butt off with exercises and then skip out on eating properly. As you will be missing out on growth that you could have easily made by eating more efficiently.

Now if you are already counting calories you’ll probably have a decent deal of know-how in this regard.

For the people that are not, the good news is that you can still make great booty building progress without needing to really know much besides some basic information on macro nutrients.

I am assuming most people here are currently eating at a rate where they are not gaining or losing any weight, but simply maintaining their current weight.

If this is true then all you really need to do is swap out some less effective foods that you are currently eating, for some of the better foods I will recommend below.

You will actually be able to eat a little more, in the range of 100-500 calories additional, due to the fact that your workouts will be burning calories.

For people that want to gain more weight you can eat even more. For people who want to sculpt up their butt and lose weight at the same time, you will want to eat a little less. Its pretty simple really.

Don’t worry about this too much, at least in the beginning. Your body will let you know when its hungry, just be sure to fuel it with the right type of foods.


Protein is what typically every woman here will need to eat more of to help make your butt bigger.

There is a common misconception that eating more protein or drinking protein shakes is only for bodybuilders. This could not be further from the truth.

Every person on this planet requires protein rich foods for optimal health.

In fact most people who aren’t working out or trying to grow would still benefit from increasing their protein consumption.

If you are exercising and trying to grow your bum, the amount of protein you require will increase, as protein lays down the building blocks for growth.

I recommend you try and get a protein source in every meal you eat. Around 15-30g of protein per meal.

I also recommend you get yourself a good protein shake to drink after your workouts and possibly in a meal or two.

Here are some healthy sources of good protein for a bigger buttocks:

  • Eggs

  • Skinless Chicken Breasts

  • Salmon

  • Tuna

  • Tilapia

  • Cottage Cheese

  • Turkey

  • Protein Powder

  • Steak

  • Beans & Legumes (kidney, chick peas, etc)

  • Extra Extra Lean Ground Beef

  • Vegetable Burger

  • Soya Nuts

  • Virtually Any Fish (not fried)

  • Most Lean Cut Meats


  • Quinoa

  • Brown Rice

  • Sweet Potatoes

  • Oats

  • Weetabix

  • Coos Coos

  • Ezekiel Bread

  • 100% Whole Grain Bread (sparingly)

  • Low Sugar Breakfast Cereal (sparingly)


Protein = Fuel For Your Muscles

If you constantly find yourself going without protein (for lack of time or otherwise), just add a good protein powder to your daily routine.

We recommend whey protein but if you’re vegan/vegetarian, hemp protein powder is great also.



Contrary to some old stereotypical bad beliefs that are still lingering on fat does not make you fat.

Excess calories and bad foods make you fat, and more prone to getting fat.

Healthy sources of good fats are essential, and can help to actually lose weight or achieve better body composition.

Such healthy fat sources include:

  • Fish Fat/Oils (fish oil pills, salmon fat, etc)

  • Extra Virgin Olive Oil

  • Nuts (almonds, cashews, etc)

  • Peanut Butter (get the ones that contain only peanuts; typical peanut butter

    contains harmful additives like hydrogenated oils and sugar)

  • Almond Butter


Healthy Carbs and Fat

Since you will be building muscle, you can’t deprive yourself of fat. But this doesn’t mean any kind of fat will do.

Focus on consuming healthy fats such as avocados and nuts.

Fatty foods generally contain about twice as much calories per serving size than protein, so be sure to consume in moderation.

One easy way to add healthy fats to your diet is to make a daily smoothie with avocado and a tablespoon of coconut oil – they’ll fill you up on (vegan) healthy fats and the coconut oil will also rev up your metabolism. Double win!

(Good) carbs are also crucial since they help fill you up so that you have steady energy levels throughout the day and don’t get those annoying hunger cravings that make you make bad food choices.

So stock up on healthy carbs like quinoa, sweet potatoes, and whole grain bread to your diet as well. 



Vegetables contain tons of anti-oxidants, nutrients and other goodies that are essential for a growing booty.

You can typically eat as much of these as you want without fear.

  • Broccoli

  • Spinach

  • Tomatoes

  • Kale

  • Virtually any dark green vegetables 

So remember; simply start adding, replacing, or mixing these healthy food sources into your current diet for making your butt bigger.

Healthy foods like these are absolutely essential for laying down the materials to help your butt grow after our booty building exercises.

Finally also remember that most people will require more protein, and that probably includes you.

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