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Semen Health Benefits: It Really Does Have All The Nutrients Of A Protein Shake
Jun 05, 2013





How's this for your protein shake: fructose sugar, water, ascorbic acid, citric acid, enzymes, protein, zinc and more. Those are nutrients found in human male ejaculate.

New research found that numerous species consume semen for its health benefits, and human seed might as well be viable as a superfood, Discovery News reports.

Female squid, for example, consume excess sperm as if it were food. So do carrion flies, certain types of leeches, picture wing flies and other creatures.

For the first time, scientists have started tracking how these species utilize the nutrients in sperm. The study was published in the journal Biology Letters by lead author Benjamin Wegener, a researcher at Monash University in Australia.

That doesn't necessarily mean humans should start feasting during foreplay, but if we did, there are plenty of resources out there to make the experience more enjoyable.


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1 comment:

missy moscato said...

This is actually true. Men's semen does have protein in it, did a study about it in college. People tend to think its a joke or otherwise nasty, but its a true statement. So ladies, get it proteins down... ur throat that is.

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Thursday, June 6, 2013

Seamans are actually good for you ladies swallow up LOL!

Semen Health Benefits: It Really Does Have All The Nutrients Of A Protein Shake
Jun 05, 2013





How's this for your protein shake: fructose sugar, water, ascorbic acid, citric acid, enzymes, protein, zinc and more. Those are nutrients found in human male ejaculate.

New research found that numerous species consume semen for its health benefits, and human seed might as well be viable as a superfood, Discovery News reports.

Female squid, for example, consume excess sperm as if it were food. So do carrion flies, certain types of leeches, picture wing flies and other creatures.

For the first time, scientists have started tracking how these species utilize the nutrients in sperm. The study was published in the journal Biology Letters by lead author Benjamin Wegener, a researcher at Monash University in Australia.

That doesn't necessarily mean humans should start feasting during foreplay, but if we did, there are plenty of resources out there to make the experience more enjoyable.


- Posted using BlogPress from my HandsomeAss iPhone

1 comment:

missy moscato said...

This is actually true. Men's semen does have protein in it, did a study about it in college. People tend to think its a joke or otherwise nasty, but its a true statement. So ladies, get it proteins down... ur throat that is.