Researchers show that having a generous backside and thighs cuts levels of 'bad' cholesterol and raises levels of the 'good' cholesterol that protect against hardening of the arteries. It also cuts the risk of diabetes, it acting as a 'buffer', mopping up fats which could have dangerous effects elsewhere in the body. It may also make higher levels of hormones known to affect appetite and weight. Finally, it breaks down more slowly than belly fat, it also means it produces fewer chemicals called inflammatory cytokines which have been linked to heart disease, diabetes and obesity. It's feminine... to have a big backside chances are you have wide hips too and women who have hips carry pregnancies better and deliver easier. It's also attractive for the guys the hips, thighs and the backside.
Nicole 'coco' Austin