Do bigger testicles produce more sperm?
You bet they do. The spread between big testicles and small ones is about a billion miles wide.
Take this for example…
A big healthy set of testicles can fire off a whopping 1.2 billion sperm per ejaculation. An undersized set will be lucky to get off 50 million.
And guess what?
A man with a billion sperm capacity is going to wipe the floor with a 50 million guy.
He’ll breed more.
He’ll have more success with women, and he’ll have more drive to build and create things that make his life more satisfying.
As a matter of fact… He’ll have more success in just about every area except for things that don’t matter much to men – like things that women are usually good at.
And why is this? Because your testicles have two primary jobs to do:
- Create sperm so you can go out and breed
- Manufacture testosterone
So when all systems are go, your testes work hard making this testosterone and those millions of sperm cells they pump out every hour.
So this isn’t some cozy desk job here.
This is back breaking manual labor. And you need a healthy set of testicles to get this work done.
That’s why I always say, shoot for that billion number.
Because once you get there, you’re going to find that drive to achieve I mentioned earlier…
Because this constant influx of testosterone creates some powerful urges in a man. Such as the urge to hunt down food.
Build stuff that provides security like weapons and shelter. Track down and do battle with enemies.
Find women to breed with.
Now here’s the thing about bigger testicles and more sperm…
A man will always be at his happiest when all these urges are going on at the same time.
Because when they are, he’s following his genetic destiny. He’s doing the things he was designed to do by Mother Nature.
He’s acting like a true homo sapien male. And the tools he needs to get this important work done sit right there between his legs.
So here’s the big question…
How can us modern men take this information and use it to our advantage?
Use it to get bigger testicles and stronger ejaculations? Without joining the Marines or taking up the sport of big game hunting?
The urge to hunt can get scratched when you wake up and go after it at work. Get the job done. Bring home the bacon.
Competition in sports scratches this itch just as effectively.
And the urge to breed? This one comes on automatically if the other two are working properly.
You’re in a relationship that has dried up sexually. If you’ve fallen into this pit, you’re going to shut down the other two urges in a flash.
Because if you don’t have an active and vibrant sex life, your testicles are only working part time.
So you’re a 50 million man.
Bigger Testicles More Sperm: Conclusion
There will always be a billion guy waiting around the corner looking to knock you off your perch.
And if you’re down there at 50, he’s probably going to succeed.
And I can give you a billion reasons why.
Getting bigger testicles equates to more sperm and healthier, more powerful ejaculations.
Update – How to Increase Sperm Production Naturally
The amount of sperm you produce in your body is directly tied to the size of your testicles.
And the size of your testicles is directly tied to your testosterone levels.
So it’s absolutely critical that men maintain healthy testosterone levels – because this will give you bigger balls and increased sperm production.
Before I get into a few of my best ways to increase sperm production, let’s take a look at the science.
One study of Soay sheep found the relationship of testosterone and testicle size to be clear as day.
Data from that study showed that the males with the largest testicles had more than double the testosterone in their bodies than those with the smallest testicles.
That study also found a clear link between larger testicles and increased sperm production. (source)
Studies like this have been done all across the animal kingdom – and the results are always the same.
Higher testosterone levels = bigger balls and more sperm. (source, source, source)
Studies done on humans have found the same thing as well.
In one study, researchers examined 1,000 infertile men to get some insight into the relationship between testicle size and sperm production. They found that sperm counts decreased as testicle size decreased. (source)
So how can you increase your testicle size naturally to get the benefit of elevated sperm production? These are a few of my top tips.
Increase Vitamin B Intake
The family of B vitamins is crucial for hormone production, energy levels, and sexual health.
This one actually works directly at the source to increase sperm count.
Studies have found that consistent vitamin B supplementation can really help to optimize your sperm production. (source)
You can also get plenty of B vitamins by eating certain foods including eggs, beef (grass-fed is best), wild cod fish, shiitake mushrooms, and animal liver.
Now I know what you’re thinking – I’m not a crazy health food kind of guy. But there is scientific evidence to show that eating organic foods can help increase your sperm count.
The reason? Those big commercial farms producing non-organic foods heavily spray their crops with chemical pesticides.
If you typically don’t eat organic, then your sperm count might be suffering.
One study on the subject compared traditional farmers using chemical pesticides to those using organic methods. The goal was to determine if there was any effect on male sexual health.
The results were quite clear. The researchers found that the farmers using pesticides had significantly lowered sperm production and lower T levels when compared to the organic farmers. (source)
Get Regular Exercise
A little physical activity is a great thing for male sexual health.
I’m not saying you need to go out and start powerlifting or running marathons. Just some basic physical activity can go a long way.
I’m talking things like walking, hiking, doing yard work, and playing sports with friends.
Studies have consistently shown that active men have higher T levels, higher sperm counts, and overall better sperm health than those who don’t exercise. (source, source)
Testes size, testosterone production and reproductive behaviour in a natural mammalian mating system
Testicular size in infertile men: relationship to semen characteristics and hormonal blood levels
Effects of folic acid and zinc sulfate on male factor subfertility: a double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled trial
Semen quality and sex hormones among organic and traditional Danish farmers
Physically active men show better semen parameters and hormone values than sedentary men
Effect of progressive aerobic training on leptin, insulin, cortisol and testosterone in obese sedentary men