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Taste better for your lover

Updated on February 4, 2011

It really is true, vegeatrians taste better.

With valentine's day coming up, I decided to write a hub giving you tips on giving your significant other a real treat for valentine's day by making you and your bodily fluids taste better. I am not writing this hub to offend anyone this is based on not only personal experience but actual research I have found on the subject.

Part one: The reason why vegetarians have a better taste, as well as smell (not just with sexual taste and odors but their whole body) is because they have less toxins that create a bitter taste and bad smell. Our bodies release toxins and chemicals through our sweat, saliva, and other bodily fluids. Therefore much of what you eat has an effect on your taste and smell.

Part two: What are our fluids made of? Well, vaginal fluid consists mostly of carbohydrates, amino acids, proteins, and other acids. While semen contains only 1% sperm the rest is made of sugars, proteins, and other minerals and nutrients. Both contain vitamin B-12. So, the key to making yourself taste better is eating foods that are made from these nutrients that will make you taste sweet rather than bitter.

Part three: The do's and don'ts

  • Meats will make you bitter, especially red meats. If you must eat meat try eating chicken with only white meat.
  • Asparagus is another no no, it makes you bitter so will many cabbages, broccoli and cauliflower. However, eat lots of other types of vegetables they will improve your taste.
  • Eat lots of fruits. Pineapple makes you the sweetest, plums are also a really good choice.
  • Chocolate actually won't make you sweeter it is better to avoid it as well.
  • Lemon, Cinnamon, and Peppermint will improve your taste.
  • Garlic and onion will make you bitter as well try using less of it.
  • Don't eat a lot of junk food.
  • Drink lots of water to rid your body of natural toxins.
  • Avoid alcohol and caffeine.
  • Within 12-24 hours toxins are usually released from the body so, if you want to eat something that should be avoided on this list, it's taste and odor should be gone by then.
  • The bottom line is EAT HEALTHY!

If you follow these steps not only will you taste better but studies show that your smell (pheromone smell not scent smell) will be much more pleasing to other people. Remember, becoming a vegetarian is your best option, however there are other ways to improve your scent and taste. while still eating meat. But, from a vegetarians experience, you may want to give it a try because from what I've been told personally "Once you taste a vegetarian, you will never want to taste a meat eater again"


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      Bunny 3 years ago

      Ctfu.. Eating pineapples as I read this and I'm like hmm wonder what I taste like... Lol I'm pretty amazing... Not at all fruity but definitely worth double dipping... More like a glass of watermelon kool-aid with just enough sugar..

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      Daniel 4 years ago

      Thanks for the tip. Now please learn how to proofread.

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      laguz 4 years ago

      I was a vegetarian for over a decade, after eating meat for 6 years there is absolutely no change in my body odor, and I would know I have not worn any deodorant the whole time. Being a vegetarian is not a necessarily a healthier lifestyle. Do some real research, a well balanced diet is probably the healthiest way of all., but you don't have to take my word for it. Try being a vegetarian for even 6 years and see for yourself!!!

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      Beth37 5 years ago

      My husband says I taste like a plumb.

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      writing4action 6 years ago


      I never really thought about that.

      Does meat really makes us taste awful?


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      dablufox 7 years ago from Australia

      A little strange but interesting just the same. My partner says that I smell sweet, maybe its because I eat heaps of fruit, especially apples and bananas.

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      LiamBean 7 years ago from Los Angeles, Calilfornia

      Wow. For a second there I thought you were advocating the juices you were talking about. Whew.

      Good read TV! I'll bear this in mind for the wife for VD...I mean Valentine's Day.


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