Does Losing Weight Make Your Penis Bigger?

stomach fat and testosterone1 Does Losing Weight Make Your Penis Bigger?Losing weight will not directly add measurable size to your penis… this is an incorrect theory…

Just like they say you can tell how big a man’s penis is by measuring from the bottom of his hand to the top of his middle finger, or half the size of his foot… a complete myth. I received an email the other day from a 6’4″, 280 pound college football player, with a size 13 foot… complaining of having a 4.5 inch erection.

However, losing weight will be beneficial to your penis, and can indirectly make your penis seem bigger… for a couple of reasons:

  • Losing weight removes fat out of the way, so that you can see more of the penis, and penetrate deeper into a woman without your stomach getting in the way
  • More “inner penis” can become “outter penis” (did you know that’s penis enlargement surgery for length works? The cutting of ligaments, so that inner penis comes outside?)
  • Less stomach fat = better testosterone production = leads to a bigger flaccid hang

And this is just the tip of the iceberg.

Even a small reduction in belly fat can help access more of your penis, so how to lose the gut?

Now that you know having less stomach fat is beneficial to your penis, here are some tips to lose the gut:

Begin lifting weights.  The more muscle mass you have on your body, the faster you burn fat (even when you’re sleeping). It also increases testosterone production, which improves metabolism. Eat two hours before your workout (light carbs, good protein)… so you’re not working out hungry (bad), but your food is digested, and it’s not digesting during the workout. Then eat another meal (light carbs, good protein) immediately after the workout (as soon as possible), to keep the muscle you gained during the workout.

Drink tons of water throughout the day. Staying hydrated improves metabolism.

Eat heavier earlier in the day, lighter later in the day.

Sleep is highly important to metabolism. Turn off electronics for at least 30 minutes before sleeping, and if you have trouble sleeping, have a snack with some carbs in it. The carb spike helps you sleep better. Better sleep, better metabolism, and better testosterone!

Drink milk, milk drinkers on average have been shown to have lower weight.

Be strong, stay away from sweets and junk food.  But treat yourself a couple of times a week… learn to eat little pieces instead of the whole thing.  Or intentionally always leave a portion of your meal.

Get some cardio in!

The formula is simple: burn more calories in a day than you take in = lose weight.

Get a little disciplined, and your penis will thank you… and so will your lover, and so will your body, and so will your sex drive.

If you are interested in actually adding some length and girth to your erection, manual exercises actually do work. I’ve added some substantial size.  I know it’s hard to believe this works, so this photo proof should help. And it doesn’t require losing any weight!

Have a good one! Any questions, shoot them over!

-David Carreras aka Mr. Manpower
Mr. Manpower’s Guide to
Overall Manhood Enhancement
The Ultimate Sex Guide for Men… “male potency without drugs”


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  1. hi, i am 5’6 180lbs, and my penis when fully erect is 5’3/4in long. i mesured it 3months ago, when i was 220lbs, and it is still the same size. if i lose more weight, will it seem bigger? or am i stuck with this size for ever? please help, thanks.

    • Well, you’re not stuck at this size forever, whether you lose weight or not… penis enlargement exercises can help increase your size regardless of your weight… but if you have a big gut, trimming down will be able to let you see and use a little more of it

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