The media has been pushing skinnier and skinnier women on the public for years. Many have thought this was just the latest fads of the fashion
industry but, is it possible that all of these skinny chicks have been part of the efforts by TPTB to dumb us down and turn us into good slave
A recent study seems to support this theory:
The Brain/Butt Theory
We hope the Nobel Prize committee didn't miss this week's release of a groundbreaking study titled, "Waist-hip ratio and cognitive ability: Is
gluteofemoral fat a privileged store of neurodevelopmental resources?"
Translation, for the benefit of you size zeroes out there: Are fat-bottomed girls smarter? Answer: Yes. They also have smarter kids, according to
researchers at the University of Pittsburgh and the University of California at Santa Barbara
The data on the brain/butt theory, though, is pretty convincing. In a study of more than 16,000 women, the curvy girls consistently outscored their
slender counterparts on cognitive tests. Their kids outscored the skinny moms' kids too. But the researchers don't posit that bigger is
automatically better. What matters is the size of the hips relative to the waist. That's because fat stored around the buttocks and thighs is high in
omega-3 acids, which promote brain growth, while fat stored around the middle is loaded with omega-6 acids, which make your pants too tight.
Women with "pear" or "hourglass" shapes have greater reserves of omega-3, which nourishes their own brains and is essential to fetal brain
development in the third trimester of pregnancy.
The study shows that fat bottomed girls tend to have higher intelligence than their skinny sisters and that they pass on this intelligence to their
offspring through the brain-building fats they keep stored in their bottom and thighs.
Is it possible that TPTB have been pushing those anorexic looking models on us for all those years in an effort to make men more attracted to skinny
chicks with no brain building material in their trunks? They're probably trying to dumb down future generations in order to breed the perfect slave
I say we all defy TPTB and start dating more fat bottomed girls in an effort to create a super smart generation capable of throwing off the chains of
Let's hear it for those fat bottomed girls!
Anyway, this theory gives us men the perfect reply to one of the most terrifying questions our significant others can possibly ask us:
Does this dress make me look fat?
Now, guys can come back with the perfect (and, maybe for the 1st time honest) response:
If the omega 3 fatty acid is responsible for the difference, then it's more a nutrition issue rather than a body shape issue. I'd assume you could
give the slimmer people omega 3s and there wouldn't be a difference in cognition if the theory is correct.
You also have to take into consideration the millions of girls out there that are restricting the amounts of food that they eat, if not downright
starving themselves to become thin. Starvation does terrible things to the mind and can have long term mental consequences. Everyone has a "healthy"
weight, and if you're below it at all, you're not functioning at full capacity.
Taking vitamins could help but, it seems that a good bit of the nutritious substances are destroyed in the stomach by the acid, rendering it
Many tablet vitamins are very cheap, mass produced and sold in supermarkets across the world. You've probably seen them time and time again. When
you go shopping to your local store you will likely come across them in multivitamins etc. They are also made with the cheapest excipients - This is
what puts the ingredients together, resulting in tablet form.
Because of this, the nutrients are mostly released in the stomach and destroyed by stomach acids.
In the case of these types of supplements, a large percentage will simply be wasted when you go to the toilet.
The problem really is not eating the right food. If a person only eats refined carbs, and trying to lose weight they only eat every other day, the
real problem is not the "not eating every other day", it's the lack of real nutrition on the days they do eat. Eating refined carbs two days in a
row is pretty much equal to not eating since it's devoid of vitamins/minerals ect. Some people in trying to lose weight might have a soda for a
meal....yes some people's diets are that bad.
I think more of us should be what society considers "skinny". I don't think it is natural to be a size 16+ unless you just had kids. I'm a size
12, and I know, I feel like I should be thinner than this. I know I am not as strong physically as I would like to be, and my BMI is sitting at a
hefty 25. I'm chunky, and I've been told that I am "too skinny" for my height. I'm 5'7'' 150lbs, and I KNOW I should be like 130. Women are
too fat, PEOPLE are too fat. They are trying to make fat beautiful, but the truth is, that's not what most guys like. It's not natural to be this
The solution is simple. Workout on a regular basis and eat healthy. With this, if you happen to be lean that's great, if you happen to be
"thick", that's fine too. Size or body type doesn't necessarily prove whether someone is healthy or not.
You want to lay off the pies and cream cakes sweetheart and get down the gym you fatty!
Only kidding leira, size 12 is not fat mate, if you want to see fat, you want to have a look at some of the great big wobble bottoms around my local
supermarket! It's sickening to watch the heaving masses of flesh, dribbling at the cake counter! (kidding again..ok maybe not, they do dribble
a fair bit actually!)
Sounds like you may have bought in to all of the media propaganda telling us we need to be wafer thin in order to be healthy.
Some studies show that being a little overweight isn't bad and could be good for us:
Indeed, there’s a growing body of evidence suggesting that many of our attitudes about health and weight are misguided. While excess weight
clearly is a risk factor for poor health, it doesn’t appear to be the most important issue. About half of overweight people and one-third of obese
people have normal “good” cholesterol, blood pressure and other cardiovascular risk factors. And several studies show physical activity is a far
more important predictor of health than body size is.
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