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How the taste of semen can be changed?

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2009-12-02 06:31:27
2009-12-02 06:31:27

1.) Smoking cigarettes or marijuana and drinking alcohol will give the secretions a bitter taste.

2.) Eating red meats, asparagus, broccoli, spinach and some vitamins will give secretions a sharp or salty taste. The presence of sperm in the semen will also give the semen a sharper taste.

3.) Dairy products, such as milk and cheese will also give secretions a salty flavor.

4.) Eating only vegetables (except those from the cabbage family, ie: cauliflower, broccoli or asparagus) especially celery will give secretions a more mild flavor. The absence of sperm in the semen will make the taste more mild.

5.) Eating parsley, wheatgrass and celery have a high chlorophyll content which will make secretions sweeter.

6.) Spicing foods with cinnamon, cardamom, peppermint and lemon will also make secretions taste sweeter.

7.) Eating fruit, especially pineapple, papaya, cranberry, melons, mangos, apples and grapes also can sweeten the flavor of secretions. Their high sugar content can also offset the bitter tastes caused by smoking or drinking.

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