Natalia París shared a theory about the size of the buttocks and intelligence

We have all seen the transformation that the life of Natalia París has had, from being one of the most media and recognized women on the country’s catwalks and screens, to becoming a person with a life separated from the media and far from what she used to be. it was his life and work. And in the midst of this change, publications, advice and recommendations have been seen, which do not go unnoticed by the millions of followers of the paisa.

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Recently, we have heard from ‘Nati’ for his DJ performances, but also on account of the paranormal contacts that he has allegedly had and also about the death of his pets after fulfilling his mission on earth. All this has led many to connect with her ideas, but there are also others who criticize and question her.

Natalia Paris and his publications on intelligence and physical

Just as Natalia has shown that she believes in many spiritual and energetic issues, she has also become a woman who worships body and physical care. Because, it is not surprising that he recommends foods, exercises and readings that go hand in hand with these ideas.

However, at the end of January 2023, he published an Instagram story in which he shares a couple of theories, based on supposed academic theories, but which did not go unnoticed.

The first related muscle mass to intelligence, here it mentions The Journals of Gerontology, a recognized publication in the United States, which came out in 1946 and is still valid:

“one. Muscle mass is associated with higher intelligence, according to a recent study, published in the Journal of Gerontology.

In that case, it doesn’t seem like such a far-fetched or strange idea, but the second one did have a bit more of a stir, due to the statement it makes about the relationship between the buttocks and intelligence. Although he also mentions a publication, which comes from the Oxford University publishing house itself, and which has more than 30 years of tradition.

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“2. The gluteal mass is a predictor of intelligence, according to a recent study, published in the journal Cerebral Cortex.

Many followers were left wanting to know more about the subject, but the publications are not in Spanish and are not open to anyone. For this reason, doubts remained in the air and give rise to many interpretations and comments.