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Scientists say they have found a between spicy food and of testosterone in men. Testosterone is a and steroid in our bodies that is responsible for sexual . Men produce up to 20 times more of it than women. Men with levels of testosterone are usually seen as being sexually active, arrogant, brave and bigger risk . The co-author of the report, Laurent Begue, said the of his study matched a of research linking testosterone with , sexual and behavioural risk-taking.

Beque's study looked at the to which 114 men liked food. The men added a hot pepper sauce to mashed potatoes. They then evaluated the of what they ate. The researchers tested the men's . They found that those who put more hot sauce on their had higher levels of testosterone. Britain's health website nhs.uk said the study was too small to prove the link between spice and testosterone. It said many other could get people to like food. These include genetic, cultural and psychological .

 
 

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