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Big Butt Foods: 7 Cheap Sources of Protein for Bigger Bum ( High Protein Foods for Bigger Buttocks)

I put together 7 Cheap Sources of Protein for Bigger Bum in this post. So I decided to write this post because I noticed most of you guys on my YouTube channel want to build bigger butt muscle and one necessary part to growing butt protein which is one Big Butt Foods category to builds cell and tissues.

AND your body will require a lot of protein to help for quick recovery and new muscle regeneration which is what makes the muscles become bigger after all.

I am aware also; that sourcing for complete and high protein foods can be very expensive and some of you might be on a very tight budget, so  I decided to share this post.

You NEED At least, nothing less than 1g of protein for a pound of your body-weight every day to keep and build up your muscle, along with your exercise program.

Let say you weigh 60kg/132lbs, it will require you to eat 60Kg/132Ibs protein for each day to maintain and build up new muscles on your glute/butt.

Though I personally don’t count my protein intake, the effortless way I get this amount per day and even more is to have protein with every meal I have in a day, be it breakfast, Lunch, and dinner etc.

7 Cheap Sources of Protein for Bigger Bum|Big Butt Foods

This post will show you my top 7 inexpensive sources of high protein foods to help you grow your butt muscles without breaking the bank.

  • Egg.

A single egg contains 7g of protein, including the yolk.

You can either eat the full egg or throw away the yolk since it contains more cholesterol and does not have much of the protein in it.

So eating 2 to 3 eggs a day will help pump up your protein level for the day.

See how you can try and add this to your meal in a dayEgg is one of the most cheapest sources of complete protein and it even has so many other health benefits.

  • Protein Shakes.

Protein shake is one of the big butt foods class that cannot be neglected especially if you like to be lean while growing butt.

This is one of my favorite ways of ensuring I get enough protein and energy to carry out a long session of glute training in a day.

Here is a video post on how I make my protein shake with just four inexpensive items. A full cup of this shake contains over 35g of protein. Rich right?????

or you can watch the video below.

  • Ground Beef.

Beef contains 25g protein/100g and has a complete protein component with all the amino acid needed for muscle growth.

So by adding few pieces of beef to my meal in every meal I take in a day, I am sure that my protein level is getting high.

If you are fat, you might want to stay away from this and stick to chicken without the skin which I will talk about in a beat.

And if you want you can make your beef healthier with less fat, by converting it to a lean meat yourself. Just spice it well and dry it up in an oven.

  • Fresh Milk.

A cup of milk has about 8g protein. Drinking 2 to 3 cups milk in a day will go a long way with your muscle growth.

And if you’re skinny and would want to add some weight, then it will be ideal to take 3-5 cups a day. If you are fat, just stick to 2 to 3 cups a day or better still take soya milk only. I will talk about that in a beat.

  • Frozen Chicken/Turkey.

Chicken has 27g protein/100g and is one of the healthiest meat to eat for the weight watchers in the meat family.

It is recommended that you take off the skin of the chicken since that is where it carries most of it’s fat especially if you want to lose weight.

  • Soya Milk.

If you are a vegetarian, you will surely love this one, because it is a plant protein with all complete protein composition and has over 8g of protein per cup with very little or no bad fat. Which allows you to take many cups as you want without fear of getting too bulky all over?


  • Fish.

A 3-ounce serving of fish has about 26 grams of protein, which is like 39% daily protein recommendation for men and 48% for women.

It’s also about equal to the protein you’ll get from meat with significantly fewer calories.

The same portion of beef and chicken contains 151 to 235 calories and 18 to 20 grams of protein.

Finally in a day, if you try and pick 3 to 5 options from this protein sources and add them to your meal for in a day; you will surely be having enough protein to help build bigger buttocks in no time.

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  1. Thanks for this I will try pls what do you mean by ground beef one who do not know what ground beef /protein shake means will be confuss and must we take allyou have listed in a day

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