As we mentioned before, being toned is one of the most attractive features people admire in us physically beautiful beings. But while some of us have very defined muscles, others seem to lose out on this important feature.
This is especially true for our waist area. Many of us have what’s called “baby fat” or thicker skin due to genetics, diet, or both.
But just like with muscle tone, losing the extra weight can be quite difficult. However, there are certain foods that not only taste good, but also help increase hip size.
So whether you want to gain overall shape, reduce your stomach volume, or simply look more aesthetically pleasing, these can be helpful. Below, we will discuss some of the top foods to add into your daily diet to boost your body’s ability to use nutrients effectively.
Disclaimer: These are not intended to treat or cure any disease nor are they for pregnant women. Only do so under medical supervision if necessary.
I would recommend starting by adding one food at a time and then moving onto having two snacks per week to see how your body responds. Just make sure to match each snack with another food group. (A short list includes: fruits, vegetables, meat, nuts and seeds, etc.)
Also, remember that nutritional supplements such as vitamin D and glucagon may interfere with medication you are taking, so test them first.
One of our favorite foods to eat that has been shown to increase hip size is dried bean snacks. They are called legumes becauseof their possible use as a source of protein in your diet.
Beans contain both carbs and protein, which means they can be eaten with either a plate or a fork. This makes them more versatile than other food groups that must be served only with a spoon.
There are many different types of dried beans suchas blackbeans, pinto beans and white beans. All of these contribute to weight gain when consumed regularly.
However, there are some types of dried beans that may actually work to reduce waist size. The trick is to pick out ones that do not have too much sugar added to them.
Recent studies show that eating more red meat can increase hip size. This is due to an amino acid called creatine.
Most of us know about glucose, which gives us energy and helps feed our muscles. But what most people don’t realize is that we also get some energy from another simple sugar molecule called creatine.
We get this energy when we eat foods that contain enough protein (the chemical building block for muscle) so that it is broken down into molecules of creatine.
The body then uses these creatine molecules to create additional muscle cells. Because there are so many more muscle cells, you have to eat less food to feel full. This means you’ll be hungry less often, which may help with weight loss.
However, too much intake of high-protein foods can lead to higher blood levels of creatine, which may in turn reduce bone density.
So, while one side effect is to gain extra fat tissue, the other is possible loss of bone mineral content. Both are concerning as we age.
Recent studies show that eating enough whole foods like fruits, vegetables, and breads can help increase hip size. Grains are a good source of protein as well as complex carbohydrates which promote weight gain.
Grains such as brown rice or oatmeal may not be preferable though because they’re also high in calories. To avoid overdoing it on carbs, have one small serving of baked goods like a bagel every other day to stay within limits.
Other ways to eat more whole food include making your own snacks or taking advantage of the diet sections at restaurants and grocery stores. Find ones with lots of leafy greens and berries for example.
When choosing nut butters, make sure to spread them onto your toast or bread item using a spoon first before dipping the knife in! This is important because if you try to mix the butter with the sauce as you cut the meat, then it will just burn due to excess sugar content.
Many people add too much chocolate sauce to their burgers and fries which also contributes to bulging waistlines. By adding more toppings such as cheese or pickled items like onions and/or tomatoes, they create an empty space between all of the other ingredients and the burger bun, thus creating bigger stomachs.
To increase hip size, have foods that are mixed together; use less cheese, thinner hamburger patties, and fewer toppings to leave more room for swelling.