It may not feel like it, but your butt is a muscle. In order to plump it up naturally, eat a healthy serving of beans a couple of times a week. Beans are high in protein and have amino acids that can help build muscle. Just make sure not to pack on the rice since you want to avoid complex carbs.
White meat, including chicken, is also a great nutritional way to build muscle. The trick is to avoid meats high in fat since you want to avoid gaining unhealthy body mass.
Dropping the amount of calories you consume will be essential in rocking the booty pants you want with confidence. Replace foods high in fat with leafy greens like kale, which are packed with vitamins and minerals to help pump up your matabolism.
If you're looking to reshape your curves, it is important to consume veggies. A low-fat diet is key to making sure you get the most out of your workouts. Pack on the tomatoes serving, but make sure to go low on the oil dressing.
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This pairing is another healthy breakfast option that's low in fat and high in nutritutional value--perfect for when you're working out your rear with squats and lunges at the gym.
This is another healthy fat that will help you avoid gaining fat in the wrong places. It takes a lot of work to get your glutes to a higher place and it starts with what you eat!
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You want to avoid rice dishes as much as possible since the ingredient has a high glycemic index. This means it will take your body longer to break the food down and your body will store more fat. Try a healthy side like a sweet potato, which can help blast fat in your stomach area (so it hopefully goes in the right spot!).
This is also a great replacement for rice since it's a healthy grain that won't make you gain pesky belly fat. You also want to avoid processed foods and stick to sides that are as fresh as possible.