Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

23 Natural Foods That Will Give You The Hips And Buttocks You Want.

To most women, having firm hips and a round buttocks like Kim Kardashian, Beyonce, and J LO isn't just a dream, it's a goal, but that's not always an easy thing to achieve. There's a lot that goes into enhancing your backside other than going under the knife, but it's not impossible either.

Despite having a small booty, there's always a natural way to make them grow, and it involves developing firm muscles through exercise and what you put in your mouth. That's why we're going to look at the different types of foods that will ensure you have a nice round butt and firm hips that everyone will be talking about, cause they're so jealous.

#1. Though much tinier in size, the ancient pseudo-grain known as amaranth packs a punch in nutritional content.

It adds 7 grams of protein to any meal with just one cup of cooked amaranth. It's also a great source of iron, vitamin B complex, and magnesium. Amaranth can be used to make veggie burgers or with lentil stew.

Though much tinier in size, the ancient pseudo-grain known as amaranth packs a punch in nutritional content.

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#2. If amaranth isn't your thing, then try quinoa, which is similar in nutritional value.

It has a few amino acids and a good deal of protein that will help increase the mass of your glutes. It also has some other benefits as well like easing with indigestion and preventing colon cancer.

If amaranth isn't your thing, then try quinoa, which is similar in nutritional value.

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#3. Sweet potatoes are so delicious, especially around holidays, like Thanksgiving or Christmas.

So instead of eating white rice, you can eat sweet potatoes, which are calorie dense and are known to burn stomach fat, which is why so many supermodels love them. Plus, it'll help you gain mass on your butt when you work out.

Sweet potatoes are so delicious, especially around holidays, like Thanksgiving or Christmas.

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#4. Hemp seeds have a nutty flavor, which allows you to add them on just about anything, sweet or salty.

You can add a few spoons to your salad, soup, cereal, oatmeal, and even smoothies, and in the process, you'll add all essential 20 amino acids to your diets. Remember that hemp contains 65% of edestin, a protein that's close to your body's globular protein in your blood, and 35% of albumin which is also high quality protein.

#5. Want a bigger butt? Try going all Mediterranean and eating couscous.

It's rich in niacin, riboflavin, vitamin B6 and folic acid. It also has 3.6 grams of protein in just 100 calories, so you'll gain mass in your butt, but not any of that unwanted fat.

Want a bigger butt? Try going all Mediterranean and eating couscous.

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