Foods that go Straight to Your Hips

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

  • 9) – Soy Bean Protein for vegetarian

Soybean is one of the complete sources for vegan.

There are few plants that have the complete essential amino acids need to grow a big hip and bigger buttocks and soybean is one of them.

If you are a vegetarian growing your butt this is how to make your booty bigger, you eat complete plant-based protein, not in incomplete ones.

soybeans are common to source locally and they are very nutritious and delicious.

Hemp Protein another alternative vegan protein type with a sustainable source of amino acids, fatty acids, and edestin. 1  serving provides about 15 grams of raw plant organic protein for muscle growth and will get you bigger buttocks if taken daily and combined with proper glute training.

You can buy the Hemp Protein on Amazone for cheap.

  • 11) – Cottage Cheese

For the lovers of cheese this an incentive to eat more of cottage cheese, for it is high in protein and vitamin D which is great increasing testosterone level in the body (a key component for building muscle quick).

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Animal Protein

  • 12) – Orangic Grass Fed Beef
  • 13) – Cornish Hen
  • 14) – Lean Skinless Chicken
  • 15) – Skinless Turkey
  • 16) – Chicken
  • 17) – Quail
  • 18) – Goat Meat
  • 19) – Kangaroo
  • 20) – Duck Meat
  • 21) – Goose
  • 22) – Emu
  • 23) – Lean Beef
  • 24) – Pork Meat (pork loin, tenderloin, centre loin & ham)
  • 25) – Leg of lamb
  • 26) – Bison
  • 27) – Rabbitt
  • 28) – Deer / Moose / Elk / Caribou
  • 29) – Veal
  • 30) – Egg whites or Eggbeaters
  • 31) – Boiled Eggs
  • 32) – Beef Jerky

Sea Protein foods:

  • 33) – Tuna
  • 34) – Sardines
  • 35) – Whitefish
  • 36) – Trout
  • 37) – Salmon
  • 38) – Abalone
  • 39) – Bass
  • 40) – Cod
  • 41) – Roe
  • 42) – Perch
  • 43) – Pollack
  • 44) – Halibut
  • 45) – Anchovy
  • 46) – Catfish
  • 47) – Mackerel
  • 48) – Flounder
  • 49) – Herring
  • 50) – Tilapia
  • 51) – Swordfish
  • 52) – Grouper
  • 53) – Haddock
  • 54) – Snapper
  • 55) – Crab
  • 56) – Crayfish
  • 57) – Orange Roughy
  • 58) – Mussels
  • 59) – Shrimp
  • 60) – Scallops
  • 61) – Oysters
  • 62) – Caviar
  • 63) – Mahi Mahi
  • 64) – Tilefish

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