New study says: Women with a larger butt are smarter and healthier
It turns out that a big and solid butt is more than something that attracts men, but it's also an indicator for intelligence, and for resistance to chronic diseases.
The interesting news come from scientists from Oxford university who found that these remarkable characters exist in women with larger butts.
It turns out that women with larger buttocks have lower cholesterol and they better digest sugar because it is more likely that they produce certain hormones. This means that the chances of having problems in the heart and diabetes are lower.
The larger the buttocks is, the more it needs Omega 3 oils, and they accelerate the development of the brain. Another interesting thing they found in the research for children who are born to women with wide hips and waist - they were more intelligent than children who were born to women with smaller hips.
The study was based on data collected from 16,000 women. The study found that the levels of the hormone responsible for regulating weight, leptin, and the hormone Dinopectina, which has anti-inflammatory properties, protects the blood vessels, and is anti-diabetic, were higher in women with larger buttocks.
In addition to this, they found that the fat tissue in the buttocks captures the bad fat particles, thus preventing heart disease and blood vessels.
In the past, studies have been conducted at universities in California and Pittsburgh that suggested that women with larger buttocks, broad hips and small waists live longer.