Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Benefits of Having Small Breasts

Women always expect to have an ideal body and proportionate, particularly in certain section of body, for example, on the chest or breast.

Having small breasts should not be regarded as a deficiency, but should be grateful for an advantages. A recent research shows that women with small breast size have a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes than those with larger breast size.

This is the conclusion of scientists from Harvard University USA and University of Toronto Canada. They conducted a survey of 92.106 female respondents. Research shows that women who have breast cup size D or larger at age 20, are at three times higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes than women with small breasts.

Professor Joel Ray, one of the researchers, said that the risk of diabetes correlated with breast development during puberty.

“Puberty is a period characterized by increased insulin resistance - a condition in which the body does not absorb glucose properly which causes high blood sugar levels, thus triggering the development of type 2 diabetes, “he explained.

In healthy adolescents, increased insulin resistance will disappear after puberty ended. But it makes the teenagers who have a more prominent breast size is expressed at greater risk of developing diabetes later in life.
This is the conclusion of scientists from Harvard University USA and University of Toronto Canada. They conducted a survey of 92.106 female respondents. Research shows that women who have breast cup size D or larger at age 20, are at three times higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes than women with small breasts.

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