there aren’t people who suit us more than others - and our body can unmistakably reveal them to us.
You met someone new and feel like the whole world has stopped. Is gleam in the eye, sense of humor or sexy body responsible for this incredible chemistry?
We are sorry to have to tell you, but it is none of these things. One of the real secrets of the incredible attractiveness is something far less sexy - according to a study published in the journal "Nature" - these are our genes.
All people have their own unique leukocyte antigen complex, which helps the immune system to make a difference between their cells and unwanted viruses and bacteria. But this complex also has a very important role when it comes to attraction.
Researchers found that partner with a different complex is in ‘direct correlation with sexuality and desire to reproduce’.
This means that our genes determine how much we really want to be with someone.
It seems that opposites do attract. From an evolutionary point of view, this is extremely useful for the survival of the species, since it is known that mixing of different genetic structures brings healthier and better quality offspring.
This can also explain why people that we like smell so good.
People who are in a relationship with someone who has completely different leukocyte antigen complex claim that this person smells a lot better than others.