I was told by a friend that, who monitors his Total Test level, that his max was around 12% bodyfat
I saw this page and dont know if it's true, but thought it would make a good start for a thread about what attracts women to men.... which is what this site is about(well, its about how to keep women by making yourself super healthy but it does fit)
Twenty-nine women in the fertile stage of their menstrual cycle (meaning they were more receptive to sexual cues, and more responsive to masculinity) rated pictures of 69 young white males of all body sizes by their attractiveness, masculinity, and body fat.
They then took these rating and compared them to how well the men’s immune system responded to a Hepatitis B vaccine. They also tested circulating testosterone levels in the participants.
The results showed that a man’s masculinity rating didn’t mean he was more attractive, and also didn’t mean that his immune system worked better. How masculine a man was also wasn’t an indicator of how much testosterone he had either.
On the other hand, body fat was linked to attractiveness, high testosterone levels, and a stronger immune system. Too much fat was bad too, though: Body fat attractiveness had a bell-shaped curve. The most attractive men had 12 percent body fat.
When he was above normal body fat — obese or overweight — the immune system was negatively impacted.
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