In LOVE CYCLES, Dr. Winnifred Cutler tells how and why our love lives wax and wane with biological regularity. She claims that by understanding these "love cycles", we can: take control of the hormonal rhythms to enhance sensuality, inhibit the aging process, ward off PMS, increase the probability of a successful pregnancy, and encourage quality of life.
Her substantial research is heavily referenced and illustrated clearly with graphs and supporting citations.
Medical Professionals Respond to LOVE CYCLES:
-Ellen W. Freeman, Ph.D. Research Associate Professor, Hospital of the University of Penna.
-Sadja Greenwood, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor, Dept. of OBGYN and Reproductive Sciences, U. of California Medical Center, San Francisco
-Ellen Kreidman, author of Light His Fire and Light Her Fire
Readers will discover: why monogamy and restraint make biologic sense, how hormones are affected by our sexual behavior, and how both men and women can take control of their fertility. Dr. Cutler presents her controversial discoveries in the fields of human sexual behavior, reproductive physiology, and cosmic influences of reproduction.
LOVE CYCLES also explains her ground breaking 1986 discovery of human pheromones in scientific detail. This remarkable book is a unique blend of science, philosophy, and common sense.
This is a serious scientific work with profound practical application. In fact, LOVE CYCLES is very much about the scientific process (click here to learn more)-- how a scientist follows a hunch, designs a study, and experiences the triumph of discovery. Winnifred Cutler's analysis of her data is visionary and inspiring.
Excerpt from Conclusion of Chapter One:
A TIME TO EMBRACE
This chapter has covered a good deal of ground. It has introduced an important idea -- that the poetry of intimacy has an underlying scientific basis.
It has a cyclic harmony. And a "time to embrace" is built into the biology of the human species. To sum up what we know:
Related research by Dr. Cutler:
The scientific method; the design of the research study leading to peer-reviewed publication.
Lunar Influences on the Reproductive Cycles of Women; the published studies.