A research team at one of the world’s leading University has shown that women with bigger buttocks sizes are more intelligent and have healthier offspring. The research team at Oxford University have released their findings in a new paper which explains in thorough detail about their findings, a total of 16,000 women were used for their study. Women with bigger buttocks are less likely to suffer from chronic illnesses and have lower cholesterol levels which are good for the body’s immune system. They will also have better offspring because their butts have higher levels of Omega 3 fats which help aid brain development.
The research team was lead by Professor Konstantinos Manolopoulos who is a Clinician Scientist and focuses on metabolic physiology. He explains that bigger women with bigger buttocks have lower glucose and cholesterol levels which lead to healthier hearts. The professor explains that the person needs to have an overall healthy body and no extra stored fat on the stomach area “Shape not weight”.