Selenium is an essential trace element. Without dietary intake, selenium deficiency can lead to many health problems. It is commonly found in male enhancement supplements, usually in conjunction with Vitamin E.
High selenium content is found in semen, giving credence to its reputation as being an essential virility and fertility nutrient. Insufficient selenium may lead to low semen volumes and poor sperm health.
This mineral may also aid in thinning blood and reducing cholesterol which may improve sexual health. Selenium also enhance antioxidative effects and may be beneficial for a variety of other health issues.
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How Does Selenium Affect Penis Enlargement?
Some male enhancement related benefits of the essential mineral, selenium, may include improved semen quality, higher sperm count, and increased fertility. Semen has a high level of selenium and is an important nutrient in semen production. By not having optimal levels of selenium intake, your body may underproduce semen and can slow down sexual recovery time.
After researching the effects of selenium on the human body, we see no reason to believe that additional selenium supplementation could help maximize the effects of a penis enlargement routine.
In healthy individuals selenium deficiency is very rare, it is also easy to take in excess by further supplementation which can be toxic in long term conditions.
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Do We Recommend Taking Selenium to Help Maximize Penis Size Gains?
In short, no. Even though this mineral is needed by the body and provides a vital resource for increasing penis size and improving male enhancement, supplementation will likely not contribute to any notable size gains. A normal, healthy diet will provide sufficient levels of selenium and added supplementation will not enhance effects and may even be harmful if taken in high quantities.
Be sure to consume a few selenium-rich foods several times throughout the week. Here is a list of foods high in selenium:
- Doses higher than 400 mcg may lead to selenium poisoning
- Nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, irratability
- May stimulate immunes system
- Increased risk of bleeding
This data is provided by WebMD