The most recent studies shows that people who have more fat around their stomach or mid-section of their body are more likely to die of heart diseases and other heart related death then bottom heavy people. This probably sounds like a myth of some joke someone say to you if you had a big butt. The findings of this “big butt, live longer” mantra comes from Britain’s University of Oxford.
The fat from the butt and thighs tend to store more fatty acids. It was noted that pear-shaped people also appear to have lower levels of inflammatory cytokines, which signals chemicals in you body that response to infection that also can play a role in heart disease and diabetes.
When a person overeats, the fat on the legs may sometimes absorb fats from the food they consume.
Cholesterol levels reflect a tricky balance between high density lipoprotein, the HDL or “good” cholesterol that removes harmful fats from the blood, and low-density lipoprotein, the “bad” LDL cholesterol that can harden and block the arteries.
Intake of good cholesterol is achieved by eating foods that high content of omega-3. Omega-3 fatty acid can be found in fish and more popular in this day an age is krill oil. The benefits of krill oil are greater than fish oil and is a better choice. A better choice of krill oil are Mega Red krill oil, review shows they provide the most fatty acid when compared to other brands of krill oil. You don’t need to eat fishes or krills but you can also get omega-3 fatty acid from nuts like flax seed, hemp seed , butternut, walnuts, pecan and hazel nut. Omega 3 fatty acid can also be found in fruits like kiwi & black raspberry.
Please take this article about gaining weight to reduce bad cholesterol like a grain of salt. The main point of the article is to point out that certain fats are not as unhealthy you once thought.