Researches Show That Women With Big Booty Have Smarter Children!

Just like big butts, the scientific evidence cannot lie.
The good news just keeps on coming for my fellow ladies who are well-endowed in the butt area.

Big behinds are having a moment, thanks to celebrities like Kim Kardashian and Jennifer Lopez, but this is not just limited to pop culture. The scientific community are interested too.

There have been a number recent studies with focus on larger than average behinds and the results are really interesting.

Recent research by the University of Oxford revealed that women with bigger glutes are smarter and healthier than their counterparts with smaller butts. The study also linked larger bums to the ability to resist chronic illnesses as well as having lower cholesterol and lower levels of glucose.
Researches Show That Women With Big Booty Have Smarter Children!
Now, another part of the study from Oxford has resurfaced, revealing even more benefits to having a lot of junk in the trunk.

This time, the researchers were able to find a correlation between big butts and your child's IQ, and concluded that women with big butts give birth to smarter children.

This is possible because of the higher levels of "good" fatty acids, specifically Omega-3, in the bodies of women with above average derrières.

Babies need these fatty acids for their brains to develop properly, and since the fats in the mother's breast milk comes from the lower part of the body, babies whose moms are blessed with big behinds get a lot more of Omega-3.
Researches Show That Women With Big Booty Have Smarter Children!

A similar research from 2007 also proved that gluteofemoral fat plays a huge role in producing smart babies, so this more recent study only strengthens those findings.

However, the researchers do also highlight that while having a fatter bottom can be key to having genius offspring, your genetics and lifestyle also play a role.

So if you're hoping to improve your chances of creating the next Albert Einstein, it's important that you eat healthy and stay active. It probably wouldn't hurt to add a couple of extra squats to your routine.

What do you think of this study's findings?