Consumer acceptance is the main barrier to the consumption of edible insects.
Chlorophyll, the most ubiquitous plant pigment in the world, may protect our DNA against mutation by intercepting carcinogens.
Meat from wild animals may trigger less inflammation (see Modern Meat Not Ahead of the Game), and since bugs aren’t shot (see Filled Full of Lead), they may be Good Grub: The Healthiest Meat. Maggots may even be used to improve food safety (see Maggot Meat Spray, as I mentioned in my full-length 2012 presentation, Uprooting the Leading Causes of Death). I’m afraid, however, I would fall into the 83%.
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