A MUM-OF-ONE has revealed how she made £10,000 from selling her breast milk to bodybuilders.
Mila De'brito, who is from the UK, shared a video to TikTok where she can be seen holding a pouch of her own breast milk which she renamed "liquid gold."
Many weightlifters have long believed that the nutrients in breastmilk can help build up muscle mass.
And it wasn't long before social media users took to the comments section – with very mixed reactions.
"And there is me who donated 15L, the money I could have made," wrote one.
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A second branded Mila a "genius," while a third enthused: "Fair play! I know I would if I could produce enough milk but could only do 2 weeks."
A fourth added: "Omg I can't get enough in a bottle for a feed never mind sell it, jealous."
Elsewhere, others asked how she had made so much money from her breast milk – and were keen to know her secrets.
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"What! how?!? I need to know as I’m breastfeeding," asked one, while a second joked: "Someone tag me when she replies mama needs that dough."
A third added: "I’m sorry, HOW? I’m never gonna stop breastfeeding in that case."
In response to those who criticised Mila for selling the milk rather than donating it, one person defended her and commented: "For everyone arguing about money.
"Donations are only taken up to a certain time after pregnancy. After that, milk quality drops but still sellable."
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