Today a girlfriend and I were discussing the nutritional value of sperm. While performing oral sex, if you swallow, I was told that it is very high in protein. However, I was also informed that it is very high in calories. This may seem like a weird question, but I would like to know what nutritional benefits are involved when "swallowing" and how many approximate calories are in a man's ejaculation? Thank you for your help in this matter.
A typical ejaculation fills up about one teaspoon; the actual amount is determined by a man's age (younger men usually make more semen), when he last ejaculated, and how long he's aroused before ejaculating, among other factors. Contrary to what you've heard, semen is not loaded with calories. Each teaspoon of ejaculate has about 5 - 7 calories and some 200 - 500 million sperm. Since sperm make up only about 1 percent of semen, what accounts for the other 99 percent? Well, its other ingredients include:
* Fructose sugar
* Ascorbic acid (a.k.a., vitamin C)
* Citric acid
* Phosphate and bicarbonate buffers (bases)
Can swallowing semen enrich a poor diet? Unless you're gulping gallons of it each day, it's no substitute for real nutritious cuisine.
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11-05-2009, 10:44 PM #1
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Nutritional value in a serving of semen
11-05-2009, 10:46 PM #2
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what were you googling brah?
11-05-2009, 10:47 PM #3
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**** that im still telling the bishes its good for their hair, skin, teeth, ass, etc."Training, school, and life are not terribly complicated. They're not easy, but like I said, they're not complicated either." - Jim Wendler
11-05-2009, 10:48 PM #4
Can i buy in bulk?
11-05-2009, 10:49 PM #5
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If you swallow I really dont think your boyfriend would mind you putting on a few extra pounds.
11-05-2009, 10:49 PM #6
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Bout tree fiddy grams
11-05-2009, 10:50 PM #7
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11-05-2009, 10:51 PM #8
1. Fructose - very sweet sugar, that occur in many fruits and honey and used as a preservative for foodstuffs and as an intravenous nutrient.
2. sorbitol- found in various berries and fruits or prepared synthetically and used as a flavoring agent, a sugar substitute for people with diabetes, and a moisturizer in cosmetics and other products.
3. inositol - preventing the collection of fats in the liver, as well as promoting healthy hair growth. It is also can be considered brain food, as the nutrient is necessary to properly nourish the brain.
Proteins and amino acids:
1. glutathione - involved in detoxification—it binds to toxins, such as heavy metals, solvents, and pesticides, and transforms them into a form that can be excreted in urine or bile. Glutathione is also an important antioxidant. In preliminary research, dietary glutathione intake from fruit and raw vegetables has been associated with protection against some forms of cancer.
2. deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) - nucleic acid that contains the genetic instructions used in the development and functioning of all known living organisms
3. creatine - supplies energy for muscle contraction. Athletes need creatine supplements to make their muscles strong.
1. Phosphorus – helps the body absorb calcium to make the bones stronger.
3. magnesium – helps maintain normal muscle and nerve function, keeps heart rhythm steady, supports a healthy immune system, and keeps bones strong. Magnesium also helps regulate blood sugar levels, promotes normal blood pressure, and is known to be involved in energy metabolism and protein synthesis
4. calcium – makes the bones strong
5. potassium - is essential for the normal growth of the body and for the replacement of worn-out tissues which depend upon the presence of this mineral.
1. Ascorbic acid (vitamin C) - can help a person look younger and more beautiful. It encourages growth of the protein chains in collagen, which is the main ingredient in all fibrous tissue. Fibrous tissue is your bone matrix, cartilage, tooth dentin (right under the enamel), skin, tendons, ligaments, and all other connective tissue. Collagen is what keeps your cells bound together.
2. vitamin B12 – energy booster.
3. choline – to sharpen the mind.
1. Testosterone - promote sexual function and promote sex drive.
2.prostaglandins - participate in a wide range of body functions such as the contraction and relaxation of smooth muscle, the dilation and constriction of blood vessels, control of blood pressure, and modulation of inflammation.
Body by products:
1. Lactic acid – also known as “milk acid”.
2. Urea - fertlizer
3.uric acid - a waste product that results from normal body processes and is also found in some foods.
4. Nitrogen – balance of nitrogen helps the muscle grow.
11-05-2009, 10:51 PM #9
Looks like a complete and balanced meal. Might as well just eat your own semen instead of carrying around a chicken breast. ..lol huh?
11-05-2009, 10:53 PM #10
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