How To Make Your Cum Taste Better

Do you want to know how to make your cum taste better? Its well-known that cum is definitely not the most desirable taste. Bad tasting cum can be a real turn off. If your partner is turned off by the taste of your cum, it can put a halt to oral sex all together. Take this advice on how to make your cum taste better and keep your sex life on track.

To make your cum taste better, you will need:

  • Water
  • Fruits and vegetables
  • Cinnamon
  • Cardamom
  • Peppermint
  • Lemon
  • Zinc
  • Selenium
  1.  Keep your genitals as clean as possible. Taste and smell are very closely related. If your genitals radiate a foul smelling odor, it can affect the taste of your semen in a negative way.
  2. Stay away from pollutants. Stay away from caffeine, recreational drugs and nicotine.
  3. Avoid eating junk food. Junk foods are loaded with chemicals and preservatives that can pollute your body and cause your semen to taste bad.
  4. Drink more water. Drinking water everyday can help flush out the toxins from your body that cause your cum to taste bad. Drink at least one liter a day.
  5. Certain foods have been said to better the taste of semen. Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables. Celery, pineapple, papaya, melons, mangos, etc. are all great choices. Cinnamon, cardamom, peppermint, and lemon have also been said to help mask odd semen tastes.
  6. Stay away from certain foods. Too much protein (red meats, dairy products, etc.) can make your cum salty. Try not to eat onions or garlic. If you eat onions or garlic the taste can carry over to your semen. Stay away from foods with a high sulfur content. This includes the broccoli family, meats, legumes, nuts & seeds, etc.
  7. You may want to consider taking a zinc and selenium supplement.  Both are necessary for healthy sperm and can better the taste.

Tips: Strong-smelling cum can indicate an infection. If the taste of your cum does not improve, consider seeing a doctor. All of the foods you should try to stay away from are fine to eat in moderation. Just remember that what you put into your body takes anywhere between twelve to twenty-four hours to secrete.

 

 

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