There’s danger in eating insects to boost sex drive


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  • Monday, 12 Apr 2004

EATING bugs, including queen termites, can be detrimental to health as it can spoil body parts such as the kidney and liver, Berita Minggu reported. 

It quoted National Population and Family Development Board specialist clinic chief Dr Mohd Ismail Tambi as saying that the public should not be influenced by claims that insects could boost one’s sexual drive and that they are good for health. 

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