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5 Amazing African Foods for Bigger Butt

 

Have you been doing your butt workouts for weeks or maybe even months but you are not satisfied with the result? 

This might sound magical but it is 100% real and true!

To hasten your body goal, we have researched some amazing African food that can get you a bigger butt in no time.

 

Fact: Getting a bigger butt is more about what you eat than what you do in the gym.

Eating junks won’t get you bigger butts, also remember eating pure junk would destroy your body.

We are more concerned with healthy food that would increase your butts, cos bigger butts will definitely add to your sex appeal and confidence.

If you want to lift your buttocks without plastic surgery, we strongly recommend these African foods for Bigger Butt:

  1. Catfish Pepper Soup

  2. Egg

  3. Snail stew

  4. Egusi soup

  5. Chicken

Catfish Pepper Soup

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Catfish pepper soup is the best food to grow your bum because it’s packed with protein and omega-3 fatty acids which are known as healthy fats. These healthy fats are always stored in the booty.

Furthermore, catfish is one of the best foods as it’s very calorie-dense yet very nutritious.

Eating catfish will definitely fulfil the role of increasing your calorie intake while providing your body with good fats at the appropriate areas #wink.

Eggs

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Eating eggs furnishes your body with the fuel you need to strengthen your exercises and help you develop your bum. It is the most efficient form of protein and one of the healthiest foods in the world.

Eggs are protein that contains leucine, which is an important amino acid that helps build the muscles around the butt.

It is best to eat them in the morning as it will help to power you throughout the day and during your activities.

Snail stew

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Snails are one of the healthiest foods; rich in protein, omega 3, and iron which are very important nutrients for the development of booty muscle.

Snail also contains amino acids that digest easily and increases body fat in the appropriate area 🙂  

Egusi Soup

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Egusi soup which is mainly found in Africa is a proteinous food that is rich in vitamin A, C, and calcium for improving strong bones and muscles.

Egusi soup contains amino acid which translates to fat in the booty area.

The meal can be found in Nigeria and it properly mixed well with meat, fish, and vegetables. 

Preparing it with meat and fish increases the level of protein and makes fat surplus in the booty area.

Chicken

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Chicken contains a high level of protein and an essential source of vitamins and minerals that helps in growing the butt.

It is also high in creatine which helps in bodybuilding and enhances muscles in the butt area.

Eating chicken instead of red meat is a better alternative because it has less cholesterol. 

 

Conclusion 

Remember, these aren’t magic foods so they won’t work by themselves. Adding them alternately in your daily diet along with proper booty workouts will give you incredible results.

What do you think about the list and which would you be adding to your meals?

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