17th October 2019


Is sperm healthy for you?

One teaspoon of semen contains over 200 proteins and several helpful vitamins and minerals including vitamin C, calcium, chlorine, citric acid, fructose, lactic acid, magnesium, nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, vitamin B12 and zinc.

Accordingly, what is the nutritional value of sperm?

Semen contains vitamin C, fructose, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, vitamin B12, zinc, nitrogen, and calcium. The average male jizzwad is said to contain roughly as much protein as an egg white (chicken, not human eggs, of course). And all this life-giving nutrition will only set your diet back 20 calories!

Is there any calories in sperm?

A Google search of "semen calories" returns over 1.2 million results. Answers vary widely, but most sources peg it somewhere between 5 - 25 calories per serving. However, a typical ejaculation—with an average volume of 3.4 ml—contains less than 1 calorie. Just like Diet Coke!

What nutrients are lost in sperm?

It depends on how many "servings" of semen you lose a day. Apparently, Most of the nutrients lost are trace amounts but zinc (around 5 mg), selenium and copper are lost in significant amounts. Upon ejaculation, testosterone, serotonin, acetycholine and dopamine are also lowered, prolactin is raised.
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