Attention all MEN: Serious research into weight loss, hair thickness and testicle size discovers something that will give you some serious “swagger”: Try yoghurt!
Researchers at MIT were not actually looking into how to increase their mojo (although that could have been an interesting use of funding dollars), when they discovered an amazing side benefit to a healthy diet.
The scientists were doing a study on mice, experimenting with different dietary components, aiming to copy studies done in humans. Some mice were fed “junk food”: a diet of low fibre, high fat, high sodium, high carbohydrate products possibly referred to as “super size me” or “Big McTucky Fried Pizza”.
Other mice were fed a healthy diet and some mice were given mouse-size portions of vanilla yoghurt. The aim was to see which mice lost weight faster and got healthier.
The mojo-enhancing results of the yoghurt study were an accident. Shortly after the diet change, the yoghurt mice were noticed to have much shinier coats, thicker hair and “mouse swagger” (I am not making this up). The male mice walked differently, due to an increased size in their testicles: this gave them some serious “strut” to their walks.
Not only were size and weight of the mouse testicles increased, sperm count, fertility and other measures of masculinity were higher. The swagger and strut appeared to be justified.
Female mice had corresponding benefits in producing healthier babies and weaning them more successfully, with extrapolated benefits to the female’s own sex lives.
Harvard studies of yoghurt on human males and semen quality support the mousey findings; although we could obviously use some more human volunteers to check the “swagger” capabilities.
Do any men want thicker hair, shinier hair, bigger genitals and a swaggering strut that irresistibly attracts females?
Perhaps forego any pharmaceuticals (prescription or not) and pick up a tub of yoghurt. You are not sharing mine!