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What are the Nutrition facts of semen?



What are the Nutrition facts of semen?

Semen is made up of ninety percent (90%) seminal fluids including fructose (sugar) protein, and various trace minerals and nutrients.

The pH of semen is 7 and scientifically neutral, yet it tastes slightly acidic. Let's take a look at the actual ingredients of semen.

A man鈥檚 ejaculate is actually only 1% sperm. The rest is composed of various proteins, vitamins, sugars, salts, cholesterol, and water. All the extras are what protect, feeds, fuels the sperm in its journey.
It makes women gain weight for 9 month's..
There is none. But you can always tell your girl its high in protein and that will keep her skinny. :-)
protien for your hair if it is swallowed
It gives girls very strong finger nails, all protein, girls should always swallow, look at the benefits it gives both party's, We all CUMM out winners !
There is no nutrition in semen except for a few extra calories thats it.
I've gathered some information for you on this subject. An actual
nutritional label can't really be duplicated for this substance, since
there is no officially recommended daily allowance, and the recipe
varies considerably from individual to individual. You might say that
the exact chemical and nutritional composition depends upon the
manufacturer. ;-)

"Composition of Semen
According to Sandor Gardos, Ph.D, the former About Sexuality Guide, it
contains very modest quantities of the following substances...

ascorbic acid, blood-group antigens, calcium, chlorine, cholesterol,
choline, citric acid, creatine, deoxyribonucleic acid, fructose,
glutathione, hyaluronidase, inositol, lactic acid, magnesium,
nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, purine, pyrimidine, pyruvic acid,
sodium, sorbitol, spermidine, spermine, urea, uric acid, vitamin B12,
and zinc."

About Allergies: Intimate Allergies
http://allergies.about.com/cs/intimate/a...

"Seminal fluid... is composed of dozens of chemical components. The
base of seminal fluid is primarily fructose (sugar) and proteins, with
many other trace minerals and substances. Here's a listing of some of
semen's ingredients:

Sugars: Fructose, sorbitol, inositol
Proteins and amino acids: glutathione, deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA), creatine
Minerals: Phosphorus, zinc, magnesium, calcium, potassium
Vitamins: Ascorbic acid (vitamin C), vitamin B12, choline
Hormones: Testosterone, prostaglandins
Body byproducts: Lactic acid, urea, uric acid, nitrogen...

Semen is a source of highly concentrated, high-quality protein. In
dietary terms, it's comparable to egg whites or gelatin. Besides
protein, semen contains high concentrations of some minerals, such as
zinc, and trace amounts of other important nutrients, like calcium and
magnesium."

Don't Spit, Swallow: *** Nutrition Facts
http://www.dontspitswallow.com/***_nutri...

"The amount of nutritive substance in semen varies as much as 100
percent from sample to sample; the amount of fructose (one of the main
sugars found in honey) in semen varies over a range of 400 percent.
Finally, the volume of ejaculate itself varies from 3 to 5 cubic
centimeters."

The Straight Dope: How many calories are in the average male ejaculation?
http://www.straightdope.com/classics/a1_...

"The chemical composition of ejaculate varies from individual to
individual and within the same individual from time to time. Semen is
essentially seminal plasma and spermatozoa. Approximately 8 percent of
the substance is dry weight. According to the fine print on the label,
it contains minute quantities of more than 30 elements such as
fructose, ascorbic acid, cholesterol, creatine, citric acid, urea,
uric acid, sorbitol, pyruvic acid, glutathione, inositol, lactic acid,
nitrogen, B12, various salts and enzymes."

Archived from Playboy.com: How many calories are there in male ejaculate?
http://web.archive.org/web/2002102121310...

My Google search strategy:

Google Web Search: "semen OR ejaculate contains"
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=%22...

Google Web Search: "composition of semen"
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=%22...

LOL!! Thorough enough?!
(Yes, I'm bored this evening...!)
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