Food effects on men? Vitamins?

That Weird Guy That Weird Guy
I read eating yogurt is good for women that it has some bacteria in it that's in the vagina and eating this makes the ph level of your vagina better or it does something that is good for it. Bacilli I think is the bacterias name, but I'm not sure if this is the correct spelling BC I used spell check and it might just be an ordinary word I've never heard of.. LOL

Now for my question..

Are there any foods that guys can eat that is generally good for the penis... Maybe yogurt is one of them? I have a foreskin and don't want funkiness.. I'm not sure if yogurt would have the same effect on a man as it does for women.. I dunno their might be some of the same bacteria under the foreskin.. I'm just not sure so I thought I'd ask..

Any specific foods good for men in other ways too? Any foods that I should stay away from?

I'm taking a store brand multivitamin not sure if it's doing any thing but have been taking it for a year now and used to take a Centrum multivitamin for many years before they came out with gender specific ones.. Are the store brand just as good as name brand? I currently take a Target vitamin.. I am wondering, the big vitamin companies probably put more time and effort into their vitamins than say a convince store would.. so is it better to go with a brand name? My dad makes the argument that they have the same ingredients in them (name brand/store brand) but I make the argument that they are probably not the same amount and there is more R&D behind it. I saw a Centrum commercial how the right amount of certain ingredients work together to form a "super vitamin" I don't think my store brand does that though.. I dunno what is your opinion on this.. I always try to go with name brand stuff, but my dad is the one with the money and always buys the generic stuff because it's cheaper.. I'm sure if I give him a reason why name brand is better he might buy it for me and he would still use the cheap stuff..

As always thanks for the advice!

Also in the packaged meat slices that we buy from the store there are sometimes small red/purple spots in the turkey slices. Is this bad for you? is it like a defective part of the turkey I should not eat like a tumor or growth? It's only on some of the slices. It is of course the store brand stuff.. My OCD is probably kicking in here, but I dunno I have only recently been cutting that part out thinking it's bad for you.. I'm wondering if it's also in the part that I'm eating as it is the kind where they cut out all the fat and mix it together then make the slices.. BC I have never seen a turkey naturally like this where there is no fat in a piece that is 6 inches long and 3 inches high...
02/28/2009
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Some food for your thoughts...

Yogurt is excellent for you in general Benefits of Yogurt but it's not going to prevent anything from building up under your foreskin. It will most certainly help your digestive tract, and probably increase your overall immune system health, but the reason bacteria builds up under the foreskin is because it's a warm dark place, outside the reach of your immune system. The only way to keep it clean is manually making sure it's well washed.

I know there's a lot of debate over vitamins in many different directions on how effective they are and whether or not your body can properly absorb them. I think the key thing is to note that your body will absorb vitamins and minerals most effectively from normal foods, so when in doubt eat more fruits and veggies and other good stuff. When it comes to vitamins look for their actual % values and try and find something that compliments what you need. It doesn't matter if it's a store brand or not, most of them are built pretty comprehensively. The only question I'd have is how easily your body can absorb all of those things together in the form of a simple pill versus as the part of a complex vegetable. I'm no nutritionist, nor am I a doctor. You'd have to check with someone in that field.

Lastly, the turkey I wouldn't worry about. the red/purple spots are probably nothing more than a small ruptured blood vessel mixed in with the processed meat or something along those lines. I try to avoid processed/packaged meats in general because I'm pretty hardcore about sticking to the organic/whole foods/local foods deal, but I don't think that you have too much to worry about with that.

Hope that helps.
02/28/2009
That Weird Guy That Weird Guy
WOW..

that link was very informative..

Thanks for your input, very helpful
02/28/2009
Gary Gary
I know this is slightly off topic, but this post reminded me of an older post since both are food / health / sex related.

The cum taste
03/03/2009
Chou Wang Chou Wang
Generally all kind of nuts especially cashews and nuts are very good for your semen production. Just not salty ones. Pumpkin seeds are extremely good for your prostate health (have a look here.
08/03/2009
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