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While many people might recommend gulping down a few glasses of pineapple juice before oral sex for sweeter sperm, that juice probably does nothing at all. While not much research has been done on the subject, the composition of sperm does not change dramatically, clinical sexologist Lawrence Siegel told Elite Daily. Basically, all the foods said to improve the taste are also good for you.
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Regardless of how much you may care about him, you may not be a fan of the ol' jizzeroo. Even if you love giving BJs, I can't imagine you actually like the taste of semen. But how do you make semen taste better?
Former porn star Annie Sprinkle famously claimed she could tell what a man ate based on the taste of his semen. While hers is not exactly a scientific approach, it makes sense that what goes in affects what comes out. Beyond flavor, can food affect the size of your spunk and the vigor of your swimmers?
Private parts are never going to taste like chocolate cake or a glazed donut—and that's okay. Men and women's natural smells and tastes are part of human sexuality, and as long as you're healthy, there's nothing wrong with how the universe made you. But there are a few things you can eat and drink to smell and taste "better.
It is a fact that your sperms taste can be improved and making your semen taste better, can be done with a few simple diet changes. Just as your sweat can smell strongly after eating a heavily spiced meal your sperm will also reflect the spices in its taste. The PH of semen is 7 and scientifically neutral, yet it tastes slightly acidic. The rest is composed of various proteins, vitamins, sugars, salts, cholesterol, and water.
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Thank all of the chemical compounds. What you consume on a daily basis — from certain foods to other substances — can change the compound composition, which will have a subtle effect on the flavor of your semen. That also means the taste can vary from person to person, so although semen is generally warm and salty, there will be unique differences in flavor. Diet does affect the smell of sweat, saliva, and other bodily fluids such as breast milk, so it makes sense to assume that diet may affect the taste of semen.