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About testicles

Testicle nutrition, check the benefits eating testicle meat, minerals, hormons…

T his food is completely natural and normal as any other. It is though full of testosterone and minerals, and as such — in combination with special spices — it is a pretty strong aphrodisiac.

I f you think that testicles have especially strong flavore or smell, you\’re very wrong.

T his food dated from the beginning of human history and it has always been concidered a delicacy. Several countries in the world have a tradition of preparing such food. By modernisation and creation of fast food fenomena many old recipes and old meal have vanshed.

T he modern society conciders it shameful to eat meals that were delicacies in kings residences throughout Europe.

J ust imagine how many tonnes of testicles and various meat are being thrown away in the world — and so many people are starving. Steak, caviar, lobster, shrimps, shells — you eat all of that after you have already eaten something else, more concrete.

M eals prepared of testicles you eat when you want to get full and encourage your libido.

T esticles are rich with testosterones, calories and minerals. Please bear   in mind that some of those  dishes, goulash in particular, should not be on a regular daily menu as they are very rich and fattening. But, it’s for good sex life.

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Chefs around the globe are gearing up for the annual, World Testicle and Aphrodisiac Cooking Championship held in Serbia this coming September.

One of the goals of the competition is to raise awareness of the health benefits of eating testicles and a call for a more responsible way to use a greater percentage of the protein provided by farmed animals.

However, what’s the nutrition of a bull, pig, or sheep testicle and should you start asking your butcher to save you some?

“The testicles produce ideal proportions of the female form!”

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Testicle Nutrition

The nutrition data on testicles was a bit hard to track down (not surprisingly), but here’s what I found.

  • Serving Size: 100g (3.5oz)
  • Calories: 135
  • Protein: 26g
  • Fat: 3g
  • Cholesterol: 375mg
  • Carbohydrates: 1g

I found some more data concerning a ram testicle, which had similar macronutrients to the beef and pig, but additionally listed the mineral components.

  • Sodium: 171mg
  • Potassium: 380mg
  • Iron: 6%
  • Phospherous: 26%
  • Magnesium: 3%
  • Zinc: 13%

Testicles are promoted as an aphrodisiac because they are supposed to also contain testosterone. However, from what I read, you would have to eat them raw to get the benefit. Information on testosterone injections says that the syrum has to be kept away from heat as this will break down the hormone.

Conclusions

They are a good source of lean protein and would be perfect for all the people on the Dukan Diet or the 17 Day Diet. Testicles seem awfully high in cholesterol if the source I found is correct, which is more than the daily recommended allowance. Cholesterol is needed to produce testosterone so this would make sense.

Sources: The Journal of the American Oil Chemists Society, 1965, (Vol. 42, page 540) , Fitbit.com

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