Does This Bacteria Really Make Your Balls Bigger?

Does This Bacteria Really Make Your Balls Bigger?

We’ve dealt with claims of increased testicular size and volume more than a few times here on the Ball Report. Remember, friends: every ball is beautiful. Big, small, double or single, hanging low or riding high: your balls are great. But that doesn’t stop people from turning to some pretty bizarre places in order to inflate their nuts. The latest trend? A probiotic bacteria advertised on YouTube videos.

The product is called Floracil50 and, let’s be frank, the jury is still out on whether it has beneficial effects. These sort of supplements exist in a limbo of regulation where they don’t have to be evaluated by the FDA but also can’t promise results. It does contain the lactobacillus reuteri bacteria, and here’s where the claims are coming from. Found naturally in numerous sites on the human body, including on the skin, in the gastrointestinal tract and in breast milk, it’s a harmless little guy that has antimicrobial and immune-boosting abilities.

When it comes to the balls, at least one study indicates that increasing your intake of the bacteria can result in increased testicular size and weight, as well as a reduction of the shrinkage that happens with age. Of course, more research has to be done, but that doesn’t stop supplement manufacturers from pitching it as a dietary addition. What do you think? Would you take a little pill for bigger balls?

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