Can Eating Insects Improve Your Health?

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What if we told you there's a food that's rich in protein, healthy fats, vitamins, minerals, and tastes great? What if we then told you this fantastic food is actually insects?

While it's not commonplace in North America, approximately 2 billion people worldwide eat insects as part of their diet. Insects are great from an environmental, health, and economic perspective. Even the UN has endorsed eating insects as a way to address world hunger. 

If you're open to trying something new, read on for the benefits of different bugs as well as recipes that incorporate insects.



This post originally appeared on WesternExterminator.com.



By Guest| September 19, 2017
Categories:  Eat

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