Things Scientists Say Are Better When You’re Thick
Thick women have been getting more press than ever. Women like Kim Kardashian, Amber Rose and Danielle Brooks have been helping change the world’s definition of beauty. And thick women may also be changing the world’s definition of what’s healthy.
If you’re thick and proud, there may be even more reason for you to celebrate loving your shape. Once upon a time, thin was thought to be better when it comes to health. But recent studies have shown that those assumptions might not be right.
Some research from scientists has shown that there are quite a few wellness benefits when it comes to being thick. From having better sex to living longer than average, thick women enjoy a lot of advantages — if they are healthy. And now many physicians are recommending that we all focus more on eating right and exercising, and less about the numbers that show up when we get on the scale.
You Have Better Sex
One scientist found that it all boils down to more endorphins, which means more sensations when you’re between the sheets!
Because You’re Happyyyyyy
The heavier you are, the more feel-good hormones your body produces. And that means you’re more likely to be happy with where you are in life!
You May Have More Birthdays
Being overweight — with a BMI between 25 and 30 — makes you more likely to live longer. However, going over the 30 BMI mark can actually shorten your life expectancy.
You Get Fewer Colds
A few extra pounds can actually boost your immunity.
You’re Better At Getting Healthy
Being overweight may make you more prone to diseases, but it also makes you better different illnesses off.
You Have Less Risk of Arthritis
A study claims that the higher your BMI, the lower your risk of developing the joint inflammation–but only if you’re a man.
Extra Pounds Protect Against Dementia
A recent study claimed that you’re about 30 percent less likely to develop the disease if you’re obese or overweight.
Quicker Recovery Time
Women with higher BMIs recover quicker from surgery and serious illnesses.
There’s Better Medical Care
Recent studies report not only better medication but more vigilance from doctor’s treating patients who may be at risk for health complications related to weight.
Where You Store Your Fat Matters
Thick women who store their weight around their thighs, buttocks, chest and arms are less prone to heart disease and other ailments than women who primarily store their weight in their abdominal region.