MEDICAL NEWS! PHAT BUTTS ARE GOOD!
(Illseed News Exclusive) For the longest time, a fatty was always a negative thing to have behind a woman in the eyes of the mainstream.
But the era of change has created a new standard of booty, ahem beauty and health.
Bigger butts are now a sign of good heath, reports news.com.au. The news has received cheers from men and women across the nation.
New research, published in the journal Cell Metabolism, says that the fat in the booty of these derrieres protects women from diseases by dispersing special hormones. Harvard research supports the notion.
In lab tests, hip fat from mice was injected into other mice and they lost weight. This reveals that the big booty mice were able to use the insulin more efficiently.
Unfortunately, there is bad news for women with big bellies – otherwise known as endomorphs.
They are more prone to Type 2 diabetes and heart disease.
Researcher Dr. Ronald Kahn gave the facts on fat.
“The surprising thing was that it wasn’t where the fat was located, it was the kind of fat that was the most important variable,” he said. “Even more surprising, it wasn’t that abdominal fat was exerting negative effects, but that subcutaneous fat was producing a good effect. I think it’s an important result because not only does it say that not all fat is bad, but I think it points to a special aspect of fat where we need to do more research.”
According to illseed.com, people have already begun to celebrate with Sir Mix-A-Lot’s “Baby Got Back” as the backdrop to the party.
“Shake that healthy butt!”