Published on November 30th, 20120
Science has found out how the ideal man looks
With luck, these traits will be passed to your offspring, which is why any woman looking for a partner with good genetic material and a strong immune system. That is, until now, it was believed that more masculine traits of a man are considered to be a more suitable partner.
However, a new study published this week comes and overturns this theory. Scientists have discovered that a man‘s waist size is more important than masculinity expressed by facial features when it comes to choosing a partner with a strong immune system.
In the study, 29 women of childbearing cycle (when women are more receptive to sexual hints and sensitive masculinity) noted pictures of 69 men. Subsequently, scientists have taken advantage of these notes assigned photos and compared them with each man‘s immune response to hepatitis B vaccine also specialists measured the participants’ levels of circulating testosterone.
The results showed that if men have received a high note, this is not necessarily meant that they looked good or that their immune system work better. Moreover, it seems that testosterone levels did not matter. Instead, it was found that there are links between fat and level of attraction show by a male, testosterone levels and the immune system status. The most attractive men were defined as those with a body fat level of about 12 percent.
Source: Business Insider