What’s more, these women are not as susceptive to heart diseases and diabetes as women with smaller buttocks. This is probably because they have extra omega-3 fatty acids that also improve their brain function.
Also, as the research confirmed, a bigger booty increases the levels of leptin in the body. Leptin is a hormone responsible for weight regulation. And, it increases the amount of dinopectina, a hormone with anti-inflammatory, anti-diabetic, and vascular-protective characteristics.
Similar studies done in California and Pittsburgh have confirmed that women with big buttocks, wide hips, and small waists have a longer life expectancy.