Women with Big Butts Are Smarter and Healthier - According To A New Scientific Study

women with bigger butts are healthier


Do you know that there are solid health benefits of having a big butt? It has been revealed that women with big butts tend to be more healthier that women with flat bottoms.

According to a scientific study conducted by the prestigious University of Oxford, the outcome suggests that you should acquire big butt for yourself, instead of remaining flat behind, because it appears big booty gets you more than just a man – I hope you understand.

The Oxford University study analyzed data from over 16,000 women, and discovered that ladies who have some weight in their bum are more intelligent and more resistant to chronic illnesses than women who are less endowed.

women with bigger butts are healthier

The idea is centred on the fact that women with big, beautiful buttocks have lower cholesterol and glucose levels, in addition to higher levels of Omega 3 fatty acids. Additionally, they have higher amounts of a hormone called Dinopectina, which has anti-inflammatory and anti-diabetic properties. And when you put all those things together, you get the perfect combination for a good heart health.

And that is not even all – those relatively higher levels of Omega 3 fats also mean a nicely working brain, and a plentiful adipose tissue found in the buttocks traps harmful fats, therefore preventing cardiovascular disease.

Incredible! Who knew having a colossal butt could be so healthy?

The lead researcher, Dr. Konstantinos Manolopoulous, said: “The idea that body fat distribution is important to health has been known for some time. However, it is only very recently that thigh fat and a large hip circumference have been shown to promote health; that lower body fat is protective by itself.”

So, there you are – you now know the health benefits of thigh fat and a large hip circumference. If you have got a big butt, go ahead and flaunt it. You are healthy! 

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