A recent study concluded that big ass can be linked to chronic disease risk. The study concluded that women with big ass have a tendency to be safe from chronic diseases and they tend to be smarter than women with small or medium-sized ass.
Scientists from the University of Oxford found that big ass related to quick sugar metabolism so they who have big ass tend to be safer from diabetes and cardiovascular disease risks. They who have more Omega-3 fatty acids that influence to maintain brain function.
Prof. Konstantinos Manolopoulos stated that the large rump has relevance with low glucose and cholesterol levels. He and his team took 16 thousand women as objects of research, asked many detailed questions, and also tested their hormone.
It turned out that big ass had a positive effect on the hormone setting associated with anti-inflammatory, anti-diabetic (dinopectina), and also vascular-protective. The ass adipose tissue is known to have the ability to perform efficiently on fat metabolism. University of Pittsburgh is also conducting similar research and it’s predicted that they would get the same results.
The conclusion that we can obtain from this article is that big ass and hip width, as two women’s feared things, have a positive influence on the increase in life expectancy.