A new study which was conducted at the University of Oxford discovered that those women who have bigger behinds have smaller chances of developing a chronic disease and evidently they are also smarter than those women who have smaller behinds. According to this study, those women who have bigger butts have reduced cholesterol levels because of the hormones, which lead to quicker processing of sugar.
Moreover, it was found out that these type of women have reduced risk of cardiovascular diseases or diabetes when compared to the women in the other group. These is due to the Omega-3 fatty acids. These acids also improve the function of the brain.
The head of this study, Professor Konstantinos Manolopoulos, released a statement for the ABC News that those women who have more fat on their butts have lower cholesterol levels and lower glucose.
This study was conducted on 16,000 women.
Having a bigger butt is also good for leptin, which is the hormone that is responsible for regulating weight. It is also useful for the hormone dinopectina, which is a hormone that has anti-diabetic, anti-inflammatory and vascular-protective properties.
The adipose tissue of the buttock entraps harmful fatty particles and it also offers protection against heart diseases.
Similar studies were also conducted at the Universities in California and Pittsburgh and the results were similar.
To conclude, women who have bigger behinds, wide hips and smaller waist may have an increased life expectancy.
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