Researchers at the University of Oxford have discovered that women with an above-average size bum are not only more intelligent, but also more resistant to chronic diseases.
According to ABC News, the study found that women with larger butts have lower cholesterol levels and are more likely to have hormones that are better able to break down sugars. As a result, these women are less likely to suffer from diabetes or heart disease.
Having a larger butt requires an excess of omega-3 fatty acids, which are already known for their catalyzing effect in brain development. The researchers also discovered that children of women with wider hips are intellectually superior to children of slimmer, non-curvy mothers. Eyeonthenut reported that the study collected and analyzed the data from a total of 16,000 women.
A larger butt also stimulates leptin production in the female body, which is responsible for weight regulation. Other hormones are also produced that work to prevent inflammation, cardiovascular issues and diabetes. The adipose tissue of the buttocks prevents harmful fat and prevents cardiovascular diseases.
Eyeonthenut also reported on additional studies from other universities in California and Pittsburgh that recently discovered that women with larger butts, wider hips, and narrower waists might live longer.