The content of the semen (mostly) is as follows:
- sugar (fructose, sorbitol, inositol)
- proteins and amino acids (glutathione, dna, creatine)
- minerals (phosphorus, zinc, magnesium, calcium, potassium)
- Vitamins (vitamin C, vitamin B12, vitamin J)
- hormones (testosterone, prostaglandin)
- and other by-products (lactic acid, urea, uric acid, nitrogen)
one teaspoon contains 5 calories, an average of 15 calories (1 tablespoon) is calculated to be removed.
protein ratio; more than carbohydrate, sugar and fat.
in short, when it is consumed excessively (how much you can consume excessively?) it does not become fat, but it is not recommended by the medical community to use it as an alternative food source.