Foods that go Straight to Your Hips

94 Foods that go Straight to Your Hips & Bum for Bigger Booty

Hey, so you want Foods that go Straight to Your Hips & Bum, well in today’s post I will give a list of my top 94 foods that are sure to help you grow your hips and butt.



But first let me make it clear, there is no Food that goes Straight to Your Hips and bum without affecting other body parts.

 

I wrote an article here, on how to grow your hips and bum, the proper food to eat and workout to perform in order to see changes on your glute.

 

Please read it after this, here is the link.

 

Food definitely plays an important role in growing your hips and bum, but they don’t directly go straight to your hips or butt without touching other parts of the body.

 

To get large hips and a bigger butt, you have to be eating the right kind of food and doing the right kind of hip and butt exercises.

 

This post is mainly to give you choices to pick from when choosing your protein which is the primary nutrient for building bigger butt or muscle.

 

With that said, here is the list of 94 Foods that go Straight to Your Hips & Bum for Bigger Booty.

 

You will also get a protein content guide to help you measure your protein intake at the end of the article.

 

So read to the end

 

 Related Article: How to Get Bigger Hips 

                                                             

 

94 Foods that go Straight to Your Hips & Bum for Bigger Booty

 Dairy Protein 

  • Protein Shakes

 

  • Cow Milk

 

  • Soy Milk

 

  • Protein Bars

 

  • Protein Potato Chips

 

  • Whey Protein

 

  • Casein Protein

 

  • Eggwhite Protein

 

  • Soy Protein for vegetarian

 

  • Hemp Protein for vegetarian

 

  • Cottage cheese

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Animal Protein

 

  • Orangic Grass Fed Beef

 

  • Cornish Hen

 

  • Lean Skinless Chicken

 

  • Skinless Turkey



  • Chicken

 

  • Quail
  • Goat Meat

 

  • Kangaroo

 

  • Duck Meat

 

  • Goose

 

  • Emu
  • Lean Beef

 

  • Pork Meat (pork loin, tenderloin, centre loin & ham)

 

  • Leg of lamb

 

  • Bison

 

  • Rabbitt

 

  • Deer / Moose / Elk / Caribou

 

  • Veal

 

  • Egg whites or Eggbeaters

 

  • Boiled Eggs



  • Beef Jerky

 

 

Sea Protein foods:

 

  • Tuna

 

  • Sardines

 

  • Whitefish

 

  • Trout

 

  • Salmon

 

  • Abalone

 

  • Bass

 

  • Cod

 

  • Roe

 

  • Perch

 

  • Pollack

 

  • Halibut

 

  • Anchovy

 

  • Catfish

 

  • Mackerel

 

  • Flounder

 

  • Herring

 

  • Tilapia

 

  • Swordfish

 

  • Grouper

 

  • Haddock

 

  • Snapper

 

  • Crab

 

  • Crayfish

 

  • Orange Roughy

 

  • Mussels

 

  • Shrimp

 

  • Scallops

 

  • Oysters

 

  • Caviar

 

  • Mahi Mahi

 

  • Tilefish

 

  • Lobster

 

  • Shad



  • Frog legs

 

  • Terrapin (turtle)

 

Nuts & seeds (good source of protein for vegetarians)

 

  • Cashews

 

  • Peanuts

 

  • Raw Almonds

 

  • Hazelnuts

 

  • Brazil Nuts

 

  • Pecans

 

  • Walnuts

 

  • Pine Nuts

 

  • wheat

 

  • Pistachio Nuts

 

  • Macadamia Nuts

 

  • Hazelnuts

 

  • Butternuts

 

  • Beechnuts

 

  • Flaxseeds

 

  • Hemp Seeds



  • Pumpkin seeds

 

  • Sunflower seeds

 

  • Chia Seeds

 

Other high Source of protein…

 

  • Hummus

 

  • Seitan

 

  • Tempeh

 

  • Natural peanut butter

 

  • Natural cashew butter

 

  • Natural almond butter

 

  • Tofu & all Soy products

 

 

Here is the content guide for some common protein sources we use.



Protein Content Guide

Animal Protein

  • Hamburger patty 4 oz – 28 grams protein
  • Steak, 6 oz – 42 grams
  • Most cuts of beef – 7 grams of protein per ounce
  • Chicken breast, 3.5 oz – 30 grams protein
  • Chicken thigh – 10 grams (for average size)
  • Drumstick – 11 grams
  • Wing – 6 grams
  • Chicken meat, cooked, 4 oz – 35 grams

 

Fish

  • Most fish are about 22 grams of protein for 3 ½ oz (100 grams) of cooked fish
  • Tuna, 6 oz can – 40 grams of protein

 

Pork

  • Pork chop, average – 22 grams protein
  • Pork loin or tenderloin, 4 oz – 29 grams
  • Ham, 3 oz serving – 19 grams
  • Ground pork, 1 oz raw – 5 grams; 3 oz cooked – 22 grams
  • Bacon, 1 slice – 3 grams

 

 

Eggs and Dairy

  • Egg, large – 6 grams protein
  • Milk, 1 cup – 8 grams
  • Cottage cheese, ½ cup – 15 grams
  • Yoghurt, 1 cup – usually 8-12 grams, check the label
  • Soft cheeses (Mozzarella, Brie, Camembert) – 6 grams per oz
  • Medium cheeses (Cheddar, Swiss) – 7 or 8 grams per oz
  • Hard cheeses (Parmesan) – 10 grams per oz

 

Beans (including soy)

  • Tofu, ½ cup 20 grams protein
  • Tofu, 1 oz, 2.3 grams
  • Soy milk, 1 cup – 6 -10 grams
  • Most beans (black, pinto, lentils, etc) about 7-10 grams protein per half cup of cooked beans
  • Soybeans, ½ cup cooked – 14 grams protein
  • Split peas, ½ cup cooked – 8 grams

 



Nuts and Seeds

  • Peanut butter, 2 Tablespoons – 8 grams protein
  • Almonds, ¼ cup – 8 grams
  • Peanuts, ¼ cup – 9 grams
  • Cashews, ¼ cup – 5 grams
  • Pecans, ¼ cup – 2.5 grams
  • Sunflower seeds, ¼ cup – 6 grams
  • Pumpkin seeds, ¼ cup – 8 grams
  • Flax seeds – ¼ cup – 8 grams

 

 

 

How to get bigger hips| 8 Minutes Wider Hips Workout to fix hip dips (2018)

 

 

7 Cheap Sources of Protein for Bigger Bum: High Protein Foods for Bigger Buttocks

 

 

Reference:

 

MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia.

 

 

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