What’s In a Bug? Lots of Healthy Nutrients

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JensPeterSmith
JensPeterSmith

how many grams of crickets?? in the comparison between the steak?  similar how? pre cooking and preparation? before trimming? answers time!!! :)

GaryJurgens
GaryJurgens

Feeling ill?

Take a pill.
Full of pep, full of life? 
You can bet that you're in strife.
Here's a bottle, here's a vial, 
Should keep you going, (for a while) .
Feeling better? 
So you should! 
Time to fad on rabid food, 
Stuff and stuff yourself until: 
You're feeling ill.....? 

Neil Milliner

GaryJurgens
GaryJurgens

Everybody wants

A healthy body
A compassionate heart
A fine smooth mind
A skin that glows
Hairs that are soft
And freely flow
As smooth as silk
As soft as a cloud
The one who has them
Makes him feel proud
To have a body like this
One does not have to do
Anything special
Has to develop
The habit of excercise
Do not eat food
That is junk and greasy
Respect and preserve
The gift god has given to you 
Take Care of your body
The body shall keep you
And your heart happy
Throughout your life
Disease
Shall not come
Near you 
Love your body
It shall love you
Never forget 
A healthy body means
A healthy mind 

Dr.Rajendra Tela,Nirantar

GaryJurgens
GaryJurgens

The ant hill is alive with movement

Soldiers marching, single file
Survival is the lasting purpose
The never-ending, gruelling trial

An insignificant microcosm
Specks of life shrunk out of view
A forgettable addition to creation
Could these ants be me and you? 

Justin Robert Cooper

theirmind
theirmind

Good alternative food - or staple?

Omeskeren
Omeskeren

overall bugs are better alternative to beef.  the only thing that hinders progress is western people pride.

mrbomb13
mrbomb13

Surely, TIME Magazine is joking by publishing this article.

Seriously, who in their right mind would eat a damn insect for a meal/snack??

stinky
stinky

if they package it to look like steak...

mr.quan
mr.quan

Eating for nutrition is not exactly a good argument....people want things that taste good. 

DeweySayenoff
DeweySayenoff

Is the economy so bad we're getting food tips for eating bugs?

aljade82
aljade82

It's giant water bug, not giant water beetle. Water beetles are an entirely different species. Giant water bugs (belostomatidae) belong to the order hemiptera, or true bugs. Beetles constitute the order coleoptera.

blubegonia
blubegonia

if we eat caterpillars, then there wouldn't be any butterflies.

Omeskeren
Omeskeren

@DeweySayenoff why eating bugs has anything to do with the economy? if anything, it's a smarter choice.