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Wednesday, May 24, 2017

For Men: Do You Want To Be A Ladies Man? Eat More Garlic!


Gentlemen, rejoice! It may be weird, but there’s a simple trick to become a ladies man.

Simple. It’s garlic.

For Men: Do You Want To Be A Ladies Man? Eat More Garlic!

Yes, garlic makes you smell stinky. But fret not. Forget about expensive men perfumes and colognes and just stick to consuming garlic instead. Apparently, you’ll smell more attractive to women!

According to a 2015 study by researchers at the University of Stirling and Prague's Charles University, eating garlic actually makes you smell better to women. They asked 42 men in rotation to eat raw garlic, garlic capsules, or no garlic, and wear pads in their armpits for 12 hours. Afterwards, 82 women were asked to sniff the odor samples and judge them on their pleasantness, attractiveness, masculinity and intensity.

For Men: Do You Want To Be A Ladies Man? Eat More Garlic!


The findings involve that body odor of the men is considered "significantly more attractive and less intense" if he had eaten garlic compared to when he hadn't eaten it.

"Certainly, breath odor plays a crucial role in most social interactions, but human auxillary (armpit) odor is also an important factor in intimate relationships," researchers wrote in the journal Appetite.

"Our results indicate that garlic consumption may have positive effects on perceived body odor hedonicity (the pleasure derived from it), perhaps due to its health effects, for example antioxidant properties and antimicrobial activity.

"From an evolutionary perspective, formation of preferences for diet-associated body odors was possibly shaped by means of sexual selection.

For Men: Do You Want To Be A Ladies Man? Eat More Garlic!

"Previous research indicates that many animal species use diet-associated cues to select mates in good physical condition.

"As the health benefits of garlic consumption include antioxidant, immunostimulant, cardiovascular, bactericidal and anti-cancer effects, it is plausible that human odor preferences have been shaped by sexual selection.”

What can you say about this study? Do you think this is true? For male readers, would you give it a try? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below!
Via Chismix

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