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11 Foods That Can Give You A Kardashian Butt

11 Foods That Can Give You A Kardashian Butt


We love big butts and we cannot lie.

I mean, nobody can, right?

While society is filled with unrealistic beauty standards, it doesn’t hurt to want to improve yourself in a way you see fit.

If your “butt” happens to be a priority, here are 11 food items that can help.

The first thing that comes to your head when I say a “big butt” must be squats. I mean, only if Nicki Minaj’s Anaconda is not already playing in your head.

But along with exercise, these 10 glute-growing foods can be the amplifier you need.

1.        Salmon

This fish packs 22 grams of protein into a single 4-ounce serving.

4 ounces translate to around 113 grams.

That contains about 20% of protein.

Salmon is also a rich source of Omega-3 fatty acids.

A study done to adults age 44+ saw increased muscle volume and strength with the intake of omega-3s.

These fatty acids are also known to reduce inflammation, help muscle recovery and growth.

So I guess fishing on your way to the gym is a good idea.

2.        Flax Seeds

They contain high amounts of magnesium, phosphorus and Vitamin B. It can also be used as a great booster in your post-workout protein shakes.

Merely 2 grams of flax seeds can provide as much as 4 grams of plant-based protein.

Increasing the protein intake with proper exercise directly increases muscle growth.

Who thought seeds could do such wonders?

3.        Greek Yogurt

Number 3 is a nutritional powerhouse with high amounts of calcium and phosphorus.

It contains nearly double the amount of protein in comparison to a regular yogurt.

Call it a gift from the Greek Gods, maybe?

There’s about 24 grams of protein in 245 grams of yogurt.

It provides both, slow and fast- digesting proteins which is beneficial for glute enlargement.

In a study, Greek yogurt was also proven to improve muscle thickness and body composition as part of a 12-week training program.

4.        Quinoa

4th on the countdown is again a nutrient-rich seed source.

No, we aren’t obsessed with seeds.

Quinoa can offer as high as 8 grams of protein per 45 grams of dry serving.

Now you see why we placed it on number 4?

To accelerate muscle growth, the body also needs certain essential amino acids.

That’s where Quinoa comes to the rescue.

It’s packed with these amino acids along with a high amount of complex carbohydrates.

Contrary to popular belief, carbohydrates won’t disrupt your fitness goals.

Carbs are important for providing that extra energy you need for that 15 minute set during a workout.

Back to carbs!

During resistance training, they are known to help reduce muscle damage.

Their intake also increases glycogen storage, resulting in higher endurance and energy levels.

A higher endurance means a better workout.

5.        Legumes

Whenever there’s a conversation around high protein diets, we can’t go ahead without mentioning our 5th pick, Legumes.

It is a protein-rich plant family which includes peas, peanuts, lentils and beans.

Around 164 grams of cooked chickpeas can have about 13 grams of protein.

Legumes boost the synthesis of glutes as they are also excellent sources of micronutrients.

These nutrients such as magnesium are important for muscle contraction and energy production.

6.        Brown Rice

Our number 6 is a popular food item among fitness junkies and a strong contender on this list.

Around 5 grams of protein are supplied in just 1 cup.

This way, it provides a perfect balance of high protein content and complex carbs.

Brown rice is even used for making the protein powder your gym trainer told you to buy.

It also contains a high amount of branched-chain amino acids or BCAAs.

These amino acids are broken down in muscles as a quick energy source.

According to well-known studies, BCAA’s can also reduce muscle soreness. It decreases muscle fatigue and curtails muscle loss and you know exactly what it can result in.

The booty you’ve always wanted.

7.        Avocado

Number 7 is occupied by this flavorful fruit which supplies healthy fat and proteins.

It is a rich source of vitamin C, B6, magnesium, and most importantly, fibres.

Avocados also have plenty of antioxidants like lutein, zeaxanthin and cryptoxanthin.

This extraordinary richness gives avocados the potential to reduce muscle damage, inflammation and soreness.

It is also a source of potassium, which is involved in muscle contraction.

By making muscle contraction better the recovery time is lesser, avocados ensure a more ‘fruitful’ workout session.

8.        Pumpkin Seeds

This pick is an unusual one, but an effective one.

Just 1 ounce of Pumpkin seeds can provide 8.5 grams of protein, which is about a whopping 30%.

Along with very high protein content, it also offers healthy fats, magnesium, iron and phosphorus.

The magnesium amount is so high, you only need one ounce of seeds to meet your recommended daily intake.

And we know how important magnesium is to get that body you want.

Wait and hear about other options before you run to the store.

9.        Tofu

You didn’t think we forgot about the vegans did you?

Produced from condensed soy milk, 100 grams of tofu carries around 10 grams of protein.

A 30-day long study showed a significant increase in muscle volume amongst 59 people who opted for soy protein instead of casein.

Tofu with its richness is specifically known to increase the width of your hindquarters.

Keep in mind, we did google this word.

Just keeping it real, as always.

10.    Nut Butter

Let me be honest.

Number 10 sounded funny.

Butter from nuts such as cashews and almonds contain high amounts of Vitamin E and calcium.

One tablespoon of it can have about 3.5 grams of protein.

So why shy away from eating a scoop full of your favourite peanut butter?

According to a study, significant improvement in performance was seen in cyclists that consumed 2.5 ounces of almonds per day.

So the same must be true for its butter form, too!

11.    Chicken Breast

We don’t want  leave the hardcore chicken lovers out either.

This one’s for you.

WITH OVER 30.5% of high-quality protein, chicken breast is one of the best ways for adding the mass you want at the correct place.

It is also rich in Vitamin B6 and B12.

Various studies are proving an increase in lean body mass with the consumption of chicken as a post-workout meal.

So, even though we can keep naming amazing food items for you to food plan, they will do nothing without a proper workout plan.

Dietary intake should always be combined with resistance training to maximize results.

Follow these footsteps if you want Kim calling you for tips.

Do you think some people are naturally blessed with a perfect butt, or does it all come with
heavy workouts?