sábado, 30 de novembro de 2013
quinta-feira, 28 de novembro de 2013
terça-feira, 26 de novembro de 2013
sexta-feira, 22 de novembro de 2013
quinta-feira, 21 de novembro de 2013
segunda-feira, 11 de novembro de 2013
Qual é o segredo da longevidade? - pergunta o discípulo ao Mestre.
- Só comer verdura, dormir cedo e renunciar ao sexo e à bebida - respondeu o Mestre.
- Mestre, assim se terá uma vida longa?
- Não garanto, mas que vai parecer uma eternidade, isso vai!
quinta-feira, 7 de novembro de 2013
terça-feira, 5 de novembro de 2013
sábado, 2 de novembro de 2013
According to ABC News, the results found that women with bigger backsides tend to have lower levels of cholesterol and are more likely to produce hormones to metabolize sugar. Therefore, women with big butts are less likely to have diabetes or heart problems.
And having a big butt requires an excess of Omega 3 fats, which have been proven to catalyze brain development. The researchers also found that the children born to women with wider hips are intellectually superior to the children of slimmer, less curvy mothers.
Eyeonthenut reports that the team analyzed data from 16,000 women.
From ABC News:
“Professor Konstantinos Manolopoulos, who leads the team at the University of Oxford, says that women with more fat on the buttocks have lower levels of cholesterol and glucose.”Having a big butt also favors leptin levels in the female body, which is a hormone responsible for regulating the weight, and the dinopectina, a hormone with anti-inflammatory, vascular-protective and anti-diabetic attributes. The adipose tissue of the buttocks traps harmful fatty particles and prevents cardiovascular disease.
Eyeonthenut also cites similar studies conducted by universities in California and Pittsburgh not too long ago that discovered that women with bigger butts, wide hips and smaller waists may even live longer as well.
*This study did not include fake butts.
We already know girls with big butts are smarter and healthier, but they also have some things only they will understand.
Via: University of Oxford, Top Photo Courtesy: I Keep It 100