You know how people say that women with a pear shape are the most fertile? Scientifically speaking, this is true due to their wider hips and the ability to have natural births more easily than other women.
Additionally, the shape of certain body parts can also provide insights into a person's health. Take, for example, the butt. Scientifically speaking, the fat distribution in the body can directly affect a person's health.
Fat storage in the chest or trunk area of the body is more dangerous compared to fat around the hips and butt. Research has shown that fat stored around the hips "diverts fatty acids away from the heart, arteries, and liver, reducing the risk of heart disease and other problems like diabetes."
Since the body is naturally programmed to decide whether to store fat in the butt or stomach region, it is believed that, in women, hormones that regulate fat distribution do so to protect the heart by building up the buttocks.
So, what does the shape of the butt tell about your health?
If you have a CIRCLE-SHAPED BOOTY
you are generally healthy and in good shape! The extra fat in the buttocks is easier to remove, and this shape indicates minimal fat storage.
If you have what’s to be called a “V patootie”
You are likely in your middle ages, and the fat that used to be stored in the buttocks has started moving to other areas of the body. This occurs due to declining estrogen levels as you age. It is important to exercise more and maintain a healthier diet to prevent fat accumulation in other areas.
If you have a heart shaped booty
You tend to store fat in the upper thighs, but jeans probably fit you well with this shape. The good news is that this type of butt tends to lose fat more easily as you age.
If you have a square-shaped booty
You may also have some fat stored around the "love handles." This shape indicates overall fat accumulation, and individuals with this shape should focus on exercises that improve posture, strengthen the thighs, and slim down the waist.
Do you know your bottom type and some good exercise routine for well -shaped bottom?
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