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Sitting Makes Your Bottom Bigger…

If you’re reading this on the sofa here’s some friendly advice, Stand up.How to get a bigger butt

Sitting down really does give tou a fat booty, researchers have found

They say the very act of sitting puts pressure on fat cells, making them up to 50% bigger, resulting in a larger bottom. Scientists at Tel Aviv University analyzed the accumulation of fat cells in the body and found that nutrition only plays a small in keeping slim

Professor Amit Gefen, from the Department of Biomedical Engineering, said: ‘We wanted  to find out why a sedentary lifestyle results in obesity, other than eating more hamburgers.’

‘We found that fat cells exposed to sustained pressure, such as what happens to the buttocks when you’re sitting down, experienced accelerated growth of lipid droplets, which are molecules that carry fats.’ The study, published in the Biophysical Journal, revealed that fat cells change in structure under pressure and are likely to expand, leading to weight gain.

Dr Gefen added: ‘This proves that you’re not just what you eat. you’re also what you feel, and what you’re feeling is the increased weight and the sustained loading in the tissues of the buttocks.

How to make your bum biggerThe original article was intended for those people trying to lose weight but for those of us trying to get a bigger butt it is also pertinent. However, be aware that sitting for extended periods while making your buttocks bigger you will need to include some butt enhancing exercises to give you the firm and rounded shape that you desire.

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