disposal of urea from the blood to the bladder via the kidneys).Sugar is so highly concentrated in such cereals as described above that the body quickly turns it to solution and sends it onwards to the bladder.This dye is harmless and eventually leaves the body via urination and also can 'dye' the urine a different colour.Pretty much anything and everything you eat affects the smell of your urine and bowell movements...When I started to pee I began to smell this very bad odor, I mean bad too, I was like this smell can't be coming from me but sure enough it was my urine.I didn't know why untill I shared it withan uncle of mine he then told me that aparagus does make your pee stinky.Asparagus contains a sulphurous compound called mercaptan (which is also found in rotten eggs, onions and garlic).When your digestive system breaks down mercaptan, by-products are released that cause the strange smell.
I eat asparagus on the regular and love every last piece.It is said that people who eat a lot of naturally sweet foods, like berries, "taste" sweeter.Back to the pee, though, I've found that after eating tofurkey, my pee smells exactly like the tofurkey... Regarding beetroot making semen taste strange, so does asparugus.Glad I looked on the web before I went to the doctor.I ate asparagus and that evening I thought I had a urine infection. I do have the strange and sweet urine smell after I eat asparagus.) urine after eating asparagus this is due to sulphur-containing amino acids in the veg that break down during digestion.Different people form different amounts of these compounds after eating asparagus, and many people cannot smell the odour even when they produce the compounds. After eating some fish eg herring seabass or catfish pee stinks to high heaven but after eating others - trout salmon and hallibutt for example it doesn't!The smell was of strong sulphur I also react to onions & if I eat garlic I can smell it in my sweat. For a long time I identified this smell as diabetic urine.I was truly happy when I found out it was simply the asparagus that causes the sugary smell (but after 3 days, the smell is more like pure sugar).With beetrooot, it is the naturally present red colouring which is not required and so becomes a waste product and effectively 'dying' the urine.A common test for kidney damage is for doctor to inject a dye into the bloodstream which can show up on certain types of X-rays as it flows around the body.