It’s long been debated whether semen is good for you or not. Many women would love to believe semen is not nutritious at all.
However, semen does have a high nutritional content. The typical man ejaculates about a tablespoon, and the semen in that contains 150 mg of protein, 11 mg of carbohydrates, 6 mg of fat, 3 mg of cholesterol, and small doses of copper, potassium, and zinc.
On top of that, semen contains vitamin C, calcium, protein, sodium, zinc, citric acid and fructose sugar. And all with only 5-25 calories; that’s less than a sip of soda. A nutritious meal indeed.
Also, women exposed to semen are less likely to suffer from depression. One university study showed that women who absorbed semen into their bodies or ingested it were likely to be “happier”. Studies also suggest that semen both prevents and fights cancer, particularly breast cancer.
If you want to help your partner’s diet, read about Five food to increase semen volume naturally. Of course, you want to make yourself more appetizing, so you’ll also want to check out Five ways to improve semen taste.