This is my beautiful friend Lexi.
She is beautiful for many reasons, but I am going to talk about one of them.
Have you ever wondered what makes people beautiful? Obviously, everyone has a slightly different “type”, but at the same time, everyone can recognize a beautiful person when they see one.
What we call “beauty” in a person, it’s really just saying that we are attracted to some aspect of them. Ask yourself, why might we be attracted to certain people? Could it be part of evolution?
When someone is beautiful, you were actually just attracted to them.
Nature has wired us to be attracted to certain characteristics that indicate optimal health and reproductive fertility. These include tanned skin, a defined jawline, cerain types of voices for each sex, muscle tone, definition of features, and so on.
What makes all of these things occur in one person versus another person?
Hint: it’s not genetics. You can have great genes but make yourself ugly as shit if you want. It’s about your environment in respect to the forces that allow life on earth: light, water, and magnetism. For most people, this environment is absolute trash. It is optimized and people who live in nature and in the sun, or by the beach.
More specifically, we are designed to get sunlight because one of the many things it does is help build up our sex steroid hormone levels, which lead to all of these things in our body that people tend to refer to as “attractive”.
Basically, if you want to be more attractive, you need more sunlight.
For women, sunlight improves reproductive fertility and mitochondrial function in egg cells, so this makes you more attractive. For men, it boosts testosterone.
Yes guys, you can get the same benefits of taking steroid hormones by going in the sun to optimize your sex steroid hormones.
Artificial light at the wrong time of day disrupts our natural hormone cycles causing excess production of cortisol, which steals from the same precursor hormone for testosterone, estrogen, and progesterone, which are the hormones that make us attractive.
So not only do you need to get sunlight, but you need to block the blue frequencies that stimulate excess cortisol production.
Yes, blue blocking glasses can make you more attractive. No, I’m not bullshitting you. If you think this is wrong, you didn’t understand it correctly and you don’t know enough about how light impacts physiology.
This works especially well for young people as we are still very pliable, but I know many people past 40 who this has worked for quite well.
For some people, it’s easy to see what part of their life has done this, whether they grew up in the backwoods, or they went to the beach during the summers, or they always spent a lot of time outdoors exercising. The most commonly overlooked and unknown cause of attractiveness is having a mother with good mitochondria who passes them down to her children. Anytime you see beautiful people, take a look at their mother and see how she is doing. If she is attractive, or clearly was, you have your answer. If she was not, there must’ve been a factor in their environment that optimized please reproductive factors in them.
Look up Dr. Alexander Wunsch “Why the sun is necessary for optimal health” on YouTube and “Photoendocrinology” on Vimeo if you’re interested in learning how sunlight affects this.
Google search any of these concepts, or ask in the comments below if you really can’t find what you seek. There is nothing new here. Don’t be lazy 😉 I’m giving you the keys to something everyone wants for free….