Posted on November 4th, 2013
Scientists at the University of Oxford and Churchill Hospital in the United Kingdom have been studying women with big buttocks and they were not using Glutimax butt cream! These women were different ages, sizes, etc. They’ve recently uncovered evidence that women who have firmer and fuller butts are not only more intelligent, but they are also surprisingly more resistant to chronic illnesses than others.
These scientists had apparently examined the fat accumulated in different parts of their bodies. Not only were these people carrying more fat, but this fat was protecting them from things such as diabetes, heart disease and other issues relating to obesity. Furthermore regarding diabetes, they theorize this in saying that these women are more likely to produce hormones to metabolize their sugar.
Apparently these women also maintained much lower cholesterol levels and had less history of heart issues and heart disease.
Their report said in short: Women that have wide hips and a bigger butt will live longer and be more intelligent. This is because the omega 3 fatty cells and tissue that is stored in their back side supports brain development.
If you are interested in perhaps enhancing the shape and size of your butt naturally, take a look at the Glutimax butt cream program…
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