Recent studies conducted at the University of Oxford claim that women with bigger butts are more intelligent and less likely to get chronic illnesses than women with average or below average butt size.
Results revealed that women with larger butts have lower levels of cholesterol and have good hormones that help them process sugar better.
Also women with bigger butts have fewer chances to get diabetes or heart problems.
The results are also showing that women with wider hips tend to have smarter children. This is all thanks to the excess of Omega 3 fats that are stored in the butt. They are helping in brain development.
ABC News report states:
“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.”
Women with bigger butts tend to have more leptin and dinopectina. Leptin is a hormone that helps regulate weight and dinopectina helps fight stomach issues and diabetes.
The adipose tissue in the butt also traps fatty particles, therefore keeping the heart healthier.
Universities of Pittsburgh and California conducted a study which says that women with bigger butts have a longer life expectancy.