Study: The Body Shape That Protects Women From Diabetes

I’m in shape – “round” is a shape.

Pear-shaped women are “significantly” less likely to develop Type 2 diabetes than those with smaller hips, according to new research.

The findings, which were presented this weekend at the American Society of Human Genetics’ annual meeting, traced the connection to a genetic variation carried by women with hips that are larger in comparison to the rest of their body.

Source: The Body Shape That Protects Women From Diabetes

Regardless, as we gain weight – the likelihood of getting [type 2] diabetes increases.