Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

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

#6. It goes without saying that salmon is essential because it contains high levels of omega 3 and 6 fatty acids.

These fatty acids will go straight to your hips, but don't worry. This type of fat is healthy and is recommended you get a healthy intake of salmon at least three times a week. But try using a griddle and avoid frying or you'll hit a snag.

It goes without saying that salmon is essential because it contains high levels of omega 3 and 6 fatty acids.

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#7. Vegan choice tofu may not sound appetizing, especially tofu scramble, but there's plenty you can do with them.

It's healthier than a scrambled egg, and you can pile some tofu scramble on top of some veggies or you can wrap it up and turn it into a burrito.

Vegan choice tofu may not sound appetizing, especially tofu scramble, but there's plenty you can do with them.

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#8. Oh lentils! You can make so many things with this like rice dishes, soups, and stews.

You can even turn them into veggie burgers. But the best part is that one cup of cooked lentils will give your body 18 grams of the protein it needs to help your butt grow. It's why vegetarians and vegans love lentils so much.

Oh lentils! You can make so many things with this like rice dishes, soups, and stews.

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#9. Tempeh is a fermented type of soy that's rich in probiotics, easy to digest, and high in protein.

You can get up to 12 grams of protein per cup and it's a meaty ingredient that will add more meat in your badonkadonk.

Tempeh is a fermented type of soy that's rich in probiotics, easy to digest, and high in protein.

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#10. Like all legumes, chickpeas provide complex carbohydrate that the body can slowly digest and turn into energy.

Unlike other carbs, the ones you get from chickpeas won't raise blood sugar levels and lead to spikes and dips in energy. So enjoy the complex carbs that chickpeas provide because they're worth it, and so are you.

Like all legumes, chickpeas provide complex carbohydrate that the body can slowly digest and turn into energy.

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