Scientist Claim That Women With Big Butts Are Smarter And Healthier
Researchers at the Oxford University have released the results of a research that suggests that women who welded bigger behinds had lower risks of coming down with diseases. It also went on to say that such women turned out to be smarter than their counterparts.
Isn’t that interesting?
Well, they went ahead to say that women with bigger butts had lower levels of cholesterol which in turn meant that their hormones help them to burn sugar quickly.
They also went on to suggest that women with larger behinds were at lower risks of developing cardiac conditions, diabetes and similar diseases that are related to the unhealthy amounts of cholesterol ingested and inherent in the body.
The reason for this? The large deposits of Omega 3 Acids that are present in these women’s bodies. These minerals that are naturally gifted this women, all help improve the brain function of these women.
The Greek Professor, Konstantinos Manolopoulos – who also doubles as the leader of the research at the University of Oxford, told reporters of ABC News that women with more fat on their buttocks have a higher glucose and cholesterol levels in their bodies.
The results of these researchers were based on a sample of 16,000 women who volunteered for the experiment.
The reports go on to explain that having a more prominent buttocks for women, aids in the release of higher levels of leptin – a hormone that controls the process of weight gain and loss in the body. This helps such women have more regulated weights throughout the year compared to their counterparts. Another hormone that is released in higher amounts in bodies of big butt ladies is Adiponectin. This is a hormone that helps in preventing diabetic problems in the body. It is also responsible for the vascular-protective attributes.
It also goes on to show that the adipose tissue of the buttocks of such women helps trap fatty particles that could cause body issues such as cardiovascular diseases.
When these experiments were repeated by two well-known universities – in Pittsburgh and California, they came back with similar results. Everything points to the fact that women with smaller waists, wider hips and bigger butts have the longer life expectancies when compared to other women.