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Researchers at the University of Oxford have discovered that a big butt is also a healthy butt. In essence, a large bum is good for your body and mind.

The researchers found that people who carry their body fat in their thighs and backside, or the gluteofemoral region, are more likely to produce hormones to metabolize sugar. In turn, they are less likely to develop high cholesterol, heart disease and diabetes.

Verified studies also prove that large derrières can be linked to intelligence. This is a product of the fact that they lead to increased levels of Omega 3 fat levels, which aid brain development. Accordingly, this is also why some believe that women with large butts have smarter children. Hence, A large butt can be good for your body, brain and children.

The reason narrow waists and broad hips are so prized — the reason males rate these as being attractive, even though they don’t have any insight into why they do — is twofold. It means, if a woman has a narrow waist, she’s not pregnant. And if she has broad hips it means that the underlying skeletal morphology is probably such that she’d be able to have a relatively unencumbered childbirth. Hence, Men are attracted to big butts for evolutionary reasons. This means that men like big butts because they signify, in a primal sense, that a woman is fertile and a strong potential mate.

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