Big Butts Are Healthy According To 2010 Oxford University Study
Big butts are healthy!
According to the results of a study from coducted at the University of Oxford in 2010, which included results from 16,000 women, fat from the lower body produces hormones that metabolize sugars and other lipids. Abdominal fat secretes hormones with the opposite effect.
Professor Konstantinos Manolopoulos, who lead the team of scientists at the Oxford Center for Diabetes, Endocrinology, and Metabolism (OCDEM), is quoted as saying that “The fact that body fat’s distribution is quite important for your health has been known for some time now.”
What Are The Benefits Of Having A Big Butt ?
- Better leptin (hormone that regulates weight/helps prevent diabetes) levels.
- Less likely to have diabetes or heart disease.
- Less likely to develop high cholesterol.
- Children born to women with wider hips were smarter than those born to women with slimmer hips.