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Researchers Said This Woman’s Body Is Scientifically Perfect


According to a study from the University of Texas, Kelly Brook, model and actress, has “the perfect body”.

On the subject of “perfect body”, there are many who have something to say. From completely eradicate the concept of physical perfection, which has so damaged women, to continue with it, the impulse of fashion, media and advertising. Also science has been expressed on the subject, noting that Kelly Brook is the woman who represents the “perfect size”.

The University of Texas conducted a study which selected model and actress Kelly Brook, 34, as an example of the “perfect figure”. The woman has a height of 1.68 and its measures are 99-63-91, of course, no surgeries. This study shows that a body stereotype that women consider “somewhat plump” is actually the one that comes closest to perfection and what they consider a “harmonious body.”

Thus, scientists say: “This woman is completely natural and scientifically perfect.” The conclusion of these scholars from the University of Texas, surprised the public, because although it is known that the beauty and perfection are completely cultural and certainly arbitrary concepts, parameters of fashion, the pressure of advertisements and models TV, have always shown a completely different concept of perfection. Furthermore, this concept has led women to feel bad about themselves and even eating disorders looking for that unreachable and unhealthy ideal.

At the conclusion that Kelly Brook is “perfect” for science, the research took into account body measurements, age, face, lips, nose and hair. The model has stated many times that she had suffered because of her body. The media have besieged her with their consideration that she is too “plump” for the job.

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