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WTF!! The Next Big Superfood Is COCKROACH MILK!

Seeing a cockroach around can give a woman a mini heart attack and a complete nightmare! However, what happens if you realise the researchers have discovered that drinking cockroach's milk can be beneficial to humans?

Well, this is one of the most disgusting/gross things that you would have come across. But it is a fact that researchers have discovered this to be one of the highly beneficial things for humans.

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The Research Was Done In India…

This bizarre discovery has been done by scientists in India who have found out the benefits of cockroach milk. It is believed that the cockroach milk is four times as nutritious as a cow's milk!


It Is Produced By Only A Certain Type Of Cockroach

The cockroach milk is apparently produced by a Pacific beetle cockroach. This is the only type of the species that gives birth to a live young one. It has a unique form of protein contained in it.


The Researchers Revealed…

The researchers revealed, 'The crystals are like a complete food -- they have proteins, fats and sugars. If you look into the protein sequences, they have all the essential amino acids.'


Researchers Further Revealed...

The researchers revealed that the cockroach milk can provide you three times as much energy as the same amount of a buffalo's milk. It also boasts four times as much as an equivalent amount of cow's milk.

Horrifying Things Found In Humans


It Can Be An Alternate For Protein!

This would surely disgust you, as the researchers claim, "The insect milk may someday be transformed into a food supplement worthy of human consumption."

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Story first published: Monday, October 9, 2017, 20:30 [IST]
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