Here’s an interesting scientific fact – according to a study conducted at the Oxford University, women with big butts are healthier and have lower cholesterol levels than women with average or small-sized butts! The study also found that they have great hormones which help them process sugar better thus reducing the risk of cardiovascular diseases.
Scientists think that this is due to the omega-3 fatty acids present in their butts, which helps them have smarter children due to the fact that they have been known to help with brain development.
Here’s what ABC News reported on the matter: “Professor Konstantinos Manolopoulos, who leads the team at the University of Oxford, says that women with more fat on the buttocks have lower levels of cholesterol and glucose.”
Another two studies have also found that women with big butts live a longer life, and they also have higher levels of leptin and dinopectina hormones in their body. The adipose tissue in their buttocks traps any fatty particle coming its way, effectively preventing numerous cardiovascular diseases.