Science Says Nature Gives Women With Big Butts An Unfair Advantage Against Their Flatter Peers

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Science Says Nature Gives Women With Big Butts An Unfair Advantage Against Their Flatter Peers

For those ladies with colossal cakes who got it from ya mama, take time to thank your moms for giving you an advantage over females with tiny, bony bums. Your bodacious booty not only attracts the eyeballs of men everywhere, but also may mean a lifetime of good health. A study conducted by the University of Oxford has found that females with larger than normal dumpers seemed to fare better than those with smaller cabooses. The study from a few years ago analysed data collected from 16,000 women and it discovered those with larger donks tended to have lower levels of glucose and cholesterol, all while keeping higher levels of Omega-3 fats. Lead researcher Konstantinos Manolopoulos found that the bulbous butted broads were more often resistant to chronic illnesses. “The idea that body fat distribution is important to health has been known for some time,” Manolopoulos stated. “However, it is only very recently that thigh fat and a large hip circumference have been shown to promote health; that lower body fat is protective by itself.” Ladies with onion booties were also more likely to have high levels of a hormone that helps to maintain energy levels by preventing hunger, therefore leading to lower levels of obesity. BUT WAIT THERE’S MORE! Not only are the fat-bottomed girls healthier, but their kids are smarter. A study from the University of Pittsburgh found that all that fatty goodness from the woman’s buttocks and thighs helped baby’s brain develop. #Blessed Remember phat assed females, thank your moms.