Foods That Make Your Butt Bigger

Sounds too good to be true, doesn’t it? But it is true – there are foods that make your butt bigger. Changing your diet is a simple way to maximize your butt growth – diet alone will not be enough, but eating the right foods can be a very powerful ally to all the other methods you use to get a bigger butt.

The list below are foods that are very butt-friendly but because every body (and butt) is different, we recommend you don’t simply follow some “made for all” diet.

A well-planned diet – perfectly customized to your body’s unique type and needs – can be the difference between a rounded, shapely butt with a slim waistline and a big butt with a big waist.

The foods that are really great for your butt are also good for your body. Junk foods – like processed foods and fast foods – might seem like a good option to quickly put on butt fat, but overall, they’re not helpful to developing a beautiful curvy shape.

We highly recommend you consider planning your bigger butt diet based on your unique body type. Knowing how fast your body burns weight and where it tends to store weight will help you decide which foods will be most helpful for developing the curves you want.

foods that make your butt bigger

As for the best booty-building foods, here are the basic must-haves to stock up on:


foods for a bigger buttStock up on foods like chicken, turkey, lean beef, fish, soy protein, and other lean meats. Protein is necessary to getting a bigger butt. To have the butt of your dreams, you’re going to want to build muscle (for that nice, rounded shape) as well as put on fat.

Also, proteins are the building blocks of hormones like estrogen – which helps your body store fat in your buttocks and hip region.

If you’re vegan or vegetarian, a great source of protein is a grain called quinoa. It has high protein content and of course, no animal by-products. Another option is hemp protein – a great vegetarian substitute for protein shakes.

If you’re not vegetarian, we recommend whey protein for the best booty building – our favorite right now is Bulk Supplements’ Whey Protein Powder Isolate. It’s great ’cause there’s no sugar, no preservatives, and no fillers included – which is a must since you’ll be drinking this on a daily basis and you don’t want to be putting any extra (unhealthy) crap into your body.

It’s just pure, unflavored protein that blends well into fruit smoothies or simple milk mixes.

Complex Carbohydrates

foods to grow your buttThere are some people who believe that any starchy foods will make your butt bigger, but there’s a big difference between simple carbs and complex carbs.

Simple carbs are basically made from easy-to-digest (low fiber), basic sugars that are a quick source of energy but offer little nutritional value. You can have these from time to time, but these foods are more conducive to putting on weight all over your body instead of helping to build a healthy butt.

Examples of simple carbs are foods like:

  • Soda
  • White rice
  • Candy
  • White bread
  • White pasta
  • Pastries and desserts

Complex carbohydrates, on the other hand, are made up of more complex sugars that take your body more time to break down – thus keeping you full longer. Complex carbs are also richer in fiber, high in vitamins and minerals, and have a lower glycemic load (which keeps energy levels steady throughout the day and keeps you from crashing). Oh, and they help keep your bowels regular.

Some of the best complex carbs you can stock up on are:

  • Sweet potatoes
  • Whole wheat bread
  • Muesli
  • Whole wheat or multigrain pastas
  • Brown rice
  • Oatmeal
  • Lentils
  • Beans
  • Wholemeal macaroni
  • Wheatgerm

These carbs are essential not just for a bigger butt, but for energy and a slimmer waistline. Choose them over simple carbs!

Good Fats

foods to get bigger buttOur society seems to have developed a total fear of fats – but there are some good fats that you really can’t afford to leave out of your diet if you want a bigger butt. What are good fats anyway?

Well, bad fats – like saturated fats and trans fats – increase your cholesterol level and your risk of certain diseases. Good fats, on the other hand, are omega-3 fats and these protect your heart, support your overall health, and really, REALLY help with butt growth.

Here are some good fats that you should add to your diet:

  • Olive oil
  • Canola oil
  • Sunflower oil
  • Peanut oil
  • Sesame oil
  • Avocados
  • Olives
  • Nuts (almonds, peanuts, macadamia nuts, hazelnuts, pecans, cashews)
  • Peanut butter
  • Soybean oil
  • Corn oil
  • Safflower oil
  • Sunflower, sesame, and pumpkin seeds
  • Flaxseed
  • Fatty fish (salmon, tuna, mackerel, herring, trout, sardines)
  • Soymilk
  • Tofu

Fresh fruits and vegetables

foods to make your butt biggerYes, we know – everyone tells you to eat these and you already you should but…

Seriously though – you need to eat these. While fresh fruits and vegetables don’t directly contribute to your butt, they set the stage for real butt development to happen. Your body needs vitamins and minerals to grow new cells, replenish hormones, and all these factors aid your getting a bigger butt.

But the reality is that most of us totally neglect eating fruits and veggies, ’cause come on – who has the time to prep the perfect salad? And there are just so many veggies…who even knows how to make them edible?

Yea, that’s why we blend. Pretty much every fruit and veggie. It’s just the simplest way to get a huge load of fresh, butt-helping nutrients in one simple go. Plus, it’s super easy to add in bigger butt supplements like protein powder and maca root into a yummy smoothie.

Want an example? Here’s a current favorite:

  • 1/2 avocado
  • 1 banana (frozen ones preferred!)
  • 1 cup nut milk (almond or cashew are equally damn good)
  • 1/2 tablespoon coconut oil (full of healthy fats and helps burn fat!)
  • 1 tablespoon maca root powder
  • Optional: 1/2 tablespoon cacao powder
  • Optional: 1 serving protein powder

Simply blend it all up and serve – we love the Nutri Ninja, it’s the perfect blender for everything from frozen fruits to leafy greens. Voila! You’ve just fed yourself a super healthy drink full of healthy fats, protein, and booty-helping supplements!

Wondering how much of which of the best booty foods to eat? Want quick and easy recipes and tips on exactly what to eat before and after workouts for the best booty results? You’ll find it all in the 30/30 Bubble Butt program, along with easy-to-follow, glute-focused workout plans complete with videos and instructions! Get started today and get the booty of your dreams in 30 days…or less.

Leave a comment:

Tasheka Walton - March 27, 2014

I’m really tryn 2change my eatin habits…wuts the best protein 2use

    Janet Kay - April 9, 2014

    Hi Tasheka, our favorite right now is made by Bulk Supplements – it’s just pure protein powder without sugars and fillers, which is great when you’re trying to boost your butt without putting extra filler crap in your body. Congrats on changing your eating habits!

Shabria Gladney - May 22, 2014

Hi, is dairy is a good source of getting protein as well?

Tasha - July 6, 2014

How much protein powder should I use?

alline - December 17, 2014

I will like to get bigger booty

Jaylynn - February 2, 2015

I have high metabolism and I want to gain weight in my buttons area. What would you suggest?

    Janet Kay - February 11, 2015

    Ah, the high metabolism girl…yea, gaining weight on your butt when you’re naturally skinny can be difficult. I’m going to do a post on this soon – will keep you updated :)

Karai - March 4, 2015

Hello! was reading on your butt creams and pills but I wondered what mix is going to give me permanent results that won’t mess up my body in the long run? One that does wonders inside and out? I’m already naturally curvy but my butt isn’t as big or shapely as I want it. Along with a better eating lifestyle change and excersice I wanted to know which mix would help me with my goals of bigger shapely butt and breasts, permanently? In that I wouldn’t have to take it constantly for the rest of my life. Also should we as women have some testosterone in our bodies? I always wondered if I had too much as genetically I’m also quite hairy.

    Janet Kay - March 5, 2015

    Hi Karai, there are a lot of options when it comes to pills and creams and every individual is different, which is why we recommend experimenting and see what works best for you. In general, we really like both maca (totally natural, will balance your hormones and help your body rather than hurt it) as well as bovine ovary (also totally natural and will gradually feminize your body overall). For creams, we recommend ones with Volufiline – you can see the best ones here. And yes, women do naturally produce testosterone (less than men) and yes, hairiness can be an indication of excess testosterone. If you want to naturally decrease testosterone, a glass or two of spearmint tea per day will help.

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