Forget about all those pheromone sprays that are supposed to attract women. Researchers looking for a real turn-on tonic have focused on the potent male hormone androsterone, which is also found in celery. They believe androsterone is released through perspiration after eating. Your partner may not actually smell it on you, but because androsterone is thought to attract females, don't be surprised if she snuggles up real close. Even if you don't get lucky, keep in mind that you're eating a low-calorie, fiber-rich food that helps clean your teeth and freshen your breath. Not a bad deal either way.
In a recent edition of Details magazine a story appeared which quotes a famous Swedish cook and author as reporting: "Celery is suspected to be somewhat sexually arousing." and goes on to speculate that the the cause is that: "Celery contains androsterone, a powerful hormone that researchers believe is released through sweat and which attracts females."
Androsterone is in fact a metabolite (broken down result) of testosterone and therefore possibly a link in the chain of the break down of the androgen hormones into the well known sexually attractive andro pheromones, androstenone and androstenol. So, it is entirely possible that eating a lot of raw celery could increase your natural production of these pheromones.
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