Just read parts of the sexinfo101blog, some funny stuff there :) Like this one on: http://www.sexinfo101.com/sexheadlines?page=2
[INDENT]MYTH-BUSTERS SERIES: 42. Semen is low-carb.
FALSE: Semen is mostly fruit sugar [fructose] and enzymes - not low-carb. Which explains why there's no Oral Sex Diet.
Thing I don't understand: if it is truly high in fruit sugar, how come it mostly tastes bitter or salty? Shouldn't it's main taste be sweet? I've only experienced this once with my bf; a true sweet taste... Perhaps usually it contains more salt? And where does the bitterness come from? I know that the flavor is influenced by what the man eats, how hydrated he is, etc... (see: http://www.sexinfo101.com/forum/pleasing-him/11341-taste-come.html) But not exactly what's in semen that makes it so...
Which brings me to the question:
[INDENT]What does average healthy semen contain?
You know, like an overview of nutrient values that you get on most products in the supermarket :)
And: which of these "ingredients" influence(s) the flavor?[/INDENT]
PS: I can imagine the question was asked before, but I couldn't find it...