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|Benefits of Big Hips. by adigunlasim : December 27, 2014, 07:04:21 PM|
Men who are attracted to women with big butts perhaps do so for a reward of pleasurable sex.But there is more to big butts than meets the eye.
Scientists from the University of Oxford have said that women who have more than average backsides often have a higher level of intelligence.
The researchers even went as far as saying that children born to women with wider hips are more intelligent than the children of slimmer, less curvy mothers.
Beyond that, they claim the lower body fat lowers cholesterol levels and produce sugar metabolising hormones that help to ward off diabetes and heart problems in women with bigger butts, compared to those with slimmer butts.
According to them, women with such big butts produce more Omega 3 fats, which catalyse brain development.
In a study of more than 16,000 women by the team from the Oxford Centre for Diabetes,Endocrinology and Metabolism led by Prof.Konstantinos Manolopoulos, the women with bigger butts consistently outscored their skinny counterparts on intelligence tests, and children of women with big butts outscored the children of slender mums too.
However, the result showed that it was not simply a big butt that indicates a high Intellectual Quotient, but the size of the
woman’s hips in relation to the size of her waist.
The researchers said, “The theory behind these findings is that fat stored around the buttocks and thighs is high in omega-3 acids, which promote brain growth, while fat stored around the middle is loaded with omega-6 acids, which just makes the pants too tight.
“Part of the nutrients the mother passes down to the baby during pregnancy is the Omega 3 fat, which has been proven to catalyse brain development.
“Pear-shaped women have greater reserves of omega-3, which nourishes their brain and is essential to foetal brain development in the third trimester of pregnancy.
To see how the body rates in terms of omega-3, divide the waist size by the hip size. The smaller the answer, the better.
To take this further, one theory that has been posited is that men have a biological urge to have intelligent children, so they respond lustfully to broad-bottomed women without consciously knowing why.
According to the report published in the
International Journal of Obesity, the lower body– thigh and backside –has a natural protective role, adding that the control of body weight is still the best way to stay healthy.
The report notes that it is better for women to have fat at the lower part of the body because it is less harmful and more stable unlike when it is in the stomach where it is more metabolically active, by sending fatty contents throughout the
In fact, the researchers analysed and compared female belly fat with the legs, hips and buttocks, finding that the fat from the lower body of women prevents the development of diabetes.
The study, which notes that the number of buttock lift surgeries has increased by 136 per cent from 1997 to 2012, did not say whether those with artificial butts would have such benefits.
While reacting to the study, an evolutionary psychologist, Dordon Gallup, of the University of Albany, United States, said beyond the intelligence babies (foetal) would tap from their mother during pregnancy, “It is about pairing genes with someone who has genes that code for health, vitality and fertility.”
He said, “Men find narrow waists and broad hips attractive and the fat stored in women’s butts, called gluteofemoral fat, has unique long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids that are important for babies’ brain development.
“In this area, the fat is likely to be the much touted Omega-3, which could improve the
woman’s own mental abilities as well as those of the child during pregnancy. Research shows that as gluteal femoral fat stores go up, so do the cognitive scores of babies born to women with large hips, and not only are babies advantaged,but even the mothers are.”
Even if majority of men do not know why they are attracted to larger butts, they are still helplessly attracted to it.
The study concluded that, “The explanation lies in omega-3 fatty acids, which are tucked in the hips and thighs and also compose much of the human brain. Girls begin storing these fatty acids below the waist once puberty hits.
“Eating more omega-3 while expecting and nursing can contribute to development, but the body prefers its own reserves. We don’t really know how the body decides where to store fat.At the moment, we need to understand more about the mechanisms the body uses. Only then will we be able to take the next step and try to
Commenting on the study, a consultant endocrinologist, Dr. Michael Olamoyegun, pointed out that the more intelligence in women with bigger butts and their offspring is traceable to the presence of Omega H3 in the buttocks,which aids the development of the brain.
He explained that women with bigger butts tend to have higher percentage of the Omega H3 than women with slimmer butts, adding that most of the Omega H3 that help in the function of the brain (including foetal brain applicable to those who are pregnant) are from the ones
deposited in the buttocks and not from food.
In other words, the Omega H3 deposited in the butts helps the brain development of such a woman with bigger butts and that of the foetus in her womb, if pregnant, compared to the woman with slimmer butts, who has a lesser deposit of Omega H3.
Olamoyegun said, “The Omega H3 plays an important role in the development of foetal (baby) brain and the brain of the woman,because it helps in the transmission of neurons of information in the brain. So, if you have bigger butts, you tend to have bigger Omega H3, which helps in the development of the brain and foetal brain.
“The majority of the Omega H3 that is used in the transmission of brain neuron and the development of the brain is the one that is deposited in the butts.
However, if you get it from the food you eat, such as sea food, it is also deposited, so for women who have big butts, they already have large deposition of Omega H3, which helps in intelligence quotient,
compared to thinner women.“
It also holds for the number of children that the woman gives birth to. The study showed that the first child the woman gives birth to tend to be more intelligent than the successive babies because with repeated pregnancies, the fat in the buttocks tend to go lower and the one in the tummy tend to go higher. Hence, the lower the amount of Omega H3, the lower the foetal development of the brain.
In terms of helping to reduce the risk of diabetes and hypertension, he said people who have hypertension or those who are fat tend to have high cholesterol, which blocks the vessel that carries blood round the vessel, making blood flow to be difficult.
He explained that Omega H3, which is very high in polyunsaturated fatty acid, reduces the high cholesterol, and gives polyunsaturated cholesterol, which is good for the body. So, in a way, the Omega H3 would reduce the incidence of diabetes and hypertension.
“It is not that Omega H3 prevents the development of diabetes on its own, but it
reduces the high cholesterol, thus, reducing the incidence of diabetes and hypertension.
Also, another endocrinologist, Dr. Chidinma Nwatu, said even though she had not read the study, the emphasis should be on the hips and not how much the woman’s behind protrudes because it is scientific to compare the hips and not the butts.
She noted that Omega 3 acid as a good fatty acid needed for a lot of body tissues has some benefits it gives to the body when consumed in its natural form. She added that the fatty acid helps to reduce cholesterol, improve glucose metabolism, and that the more the hip the lesser the cardiovascular risk, including diabetes.
|Re: Benefits of Big Hips. by katty : December 29, 2014, 03:37:25 PM|
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