Warning: Do not read if you’re easily nauseated.
You gotta give it to the health freaks. They can go over and beyond to search for the latest fads to decipher the secrets to leading a healthy life even if they have to turn to gross options like– cockroaches.
Did you know that cockroaches can produce milk? It’s true! In fact, scientists believe that cockroach milk may be the next superfood. Unlike cow’s milk, which is mostly water, cockroach milk is packed with nutrients and calories. It’s also relatively easy to produce.
With careful farming, it’s possible to extract milk from cockroaches without harming them. Some people believe that cockroach milk has the potential to solve the world’s food crisis. After all, cockroaches are already one of the most abundant creatures on earth. If we could harness their ability to produce milk, we could have a nearly limitless supply of food. Of course, there are many challenges to overcome before cockroach milk can become a reality. But who knows? In a few years, we may all be sipping on this surprisingly nutritious beverage.
Cockroach milk is a new health obsession.
Pacific Beetle cockroaches are said to be comprised of nutrient-rich milk crystals with their high calorific value and nourishment which may be vital to humans. It contains four times as much protein as cow’s milk and contains essential amino acids that promote cell growth, lipids that keep our bodies healthy, and sugars that fuel energy.
Okay, so while crafting this article, we found numerous sources and nutritionists talking in detail about the benefits of cockroach milk and yada, yada. We encountered a lot of jargon and technical details we had to delve into but to give you a synopsis, peeps at Schweiger Dermatology Group feel that it replenishes your skin and bolsters your youth. Simple as that.
Now if you are worried about your skin and youth, go ahead, risk yourself and if you can, come back later and let us know your experience in the comment section.
But seriously, Cockroach milk?