Better to Prepare than Eat Bugs!
The globalist World Economic Forum’s (WEF) goal seeks to one day rid humans of nutrient-dense meat proteins and shift them onto insect and plant-based diets. The WEF claims these novel types of diets are needed to control carbon emissions and to address exploding human population growth.
See below a video from the WEF – “You Will Eat Insects and Be Happy ” – learn more here.
The big push for us to start eating bugs is to save the planet. The table below shows how insects produce fewer greenhouse gases, use a lower amount of feedstock, require less land to produce, and have less water usage per unit of protein food produced.
Some companies taking the cue from the WEF are starting to add insects to their food products. See some of these products in the feature photo of this post. This could be a new growth industry – there are many new online businesses promoting insect food that are popping up – see one here. The following is one of my favorites. (Click Here)
Another is Entomo Farms. They boast that it’s on a mission “to make cricket-based foods the first choice for individuals interested in high-quality, sustainable protein,” and they actually produce whole roasted crickets in a variety of flavors, in addition to cricket protein powder. Check out the video below that gives insight into their production facilities.
All this sounds so wonderful – except then there is this report. Twitter users weighing in on the bug snacks highlighted claims that insects contain a substance called “chitin” which cannot be properly digested by the human gut but can possibly contribute to illnesses including cancer. Huh?
Is the above report true? Well, out come the fact checkers – see here – as more bug food is produced, there will be more. Here are other articles on the risks and rewards – see here, here, and here.
If the WEF and the WHO and the UN say it’s ok – it’s ok. They have our best interest at heart. I am sure it is as safe as Covid vaccines. Soon, any commentary to the contrary will be banned from all social media platforms as “misinformation,” … and you know the rest of the story.
Now, eat your momma’s bug soup … and be happy.