Don't forget to swallow next time

Discussion in 'Health & Fitness' started by Capracus, Nov 24, 2016.

  1. Capracus Valued Senior Member

    A study links a compound found in semen to increased lifespan and cardiovascular health.

    A new study published in the journal Nature Medicine revealed that spermidine, a compound found in many naturally occurring substances such as certain cheeses, mushrooms, and (you guessed it) semen, led to better heart function and longer lives in mice. And while it’s too soon to say if the same results could be reproduced in humans, according to the researchers, it's not that far-fetched.
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  3. MacGyver1968 Fixin' Shit that Ain't Broke Valued Senior Member

    "Aww...come on honey"

    "No, baby...that's just gross!"

    "Hey, but science says it's good for you!"
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  5. CptBork Robbing the Shalebridge Cradle Valued Senior Member

    Oh cool, you're back! Was wondering about you for a while, I knew you had some health issues and then *poof* you were gone. Nice to see you still alive and kicking. Learned a ton about how to get fried chicken just right and a whole bunch of other things since you were last here, wish I knew all this stuff back when we were still posting food pics.
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  7. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

    Called it!

    I predicted long ago that studies would soon pop up that showed the health benefits of semen.

    Sure, longer life now, but you wait - soon they will be availing the skin-regenerating benefits of applying it to the face.
  8. Capracus Valued Senior Member

    Well if it's just too gross orally , there's always alternative delivery methods to receive you dietary supplements.

    Vitamin Suppositories.
    A suppository is a solid drug-delivery system that dissolves after being inserted into the body through the vagina, urethra, or rectum where its active ingredients can be absorbed into the bloodstream. Vitamin suppositories are suppositories that deliver vitamins through the rich supply of blood vessels located in the rectum. They were first used in patients who had undergone gastric bypass surgery and were unable to adequately absorb vitamins from their diets. These suppositories are used as an alternative to intravenous administration of vitamins.

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