Shocking proposal by the UN Food and Agricultural Organization: Eat insects to reduce hunger and protect the environment!

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

The UN Food and Agricultural Organization advocates eating insects as a way of reducing hunger and protecting the environment.

United Nations Food experts say that insects are the key to save the poorest inhabitants of the planet from starvation. Insects contain tons of protein, they have high vitamin, fiber and mineral content says the report. The UN study points out that crickets and grasshoppers are among the most nutritious insects available for consumption. This has been proven by studies as they are part of the every day diet of millions of people around the world.

Advocates of the study argue that humanity would benefits a great deal from an insect diet; for example, insects are very prolific animals, they can be bred in a relatively small area, they can be kept in large numbers, and they consume very little water.

In general, insects are part of people's diet in countries where they hardly can afford to eat anything else. Eating insects is not unknown in Europe either, at the beginning of the last century in the outskirts of Brussels roasted cockchafer was sold to the public says advocates.

(Kossuth Radio –


Anonymous said...

I am surprised Angel Jolie in her busy globalist schedule cannot find the time to promote this propaganda.

Just part of the "Agenda 21" propaganda - scare everyone into an expectation of a lower standard of living (eat grubs for survival), destruction of cultural foods and fake food shortages. There is a food "shortage" because land becomes "economically" unproductive and taken out of use due to subsidies while store prices are high. Lots of available land sitting fallow, yet there are food "shortages" and high prices. It couldn't be related to financial speculation in the food commodities markets ?

Practical, common sense suggestions for a healhy diet should include local free-range meats (non-factory farm), Sardines (high in Omega-3) - a plentiful fish that feeds on plankton, low on the food chain and thus does not bio-accumulate toxins (like tuna). Local gardens, including balcony gardens for fresh, healthy non-GMO produce. Local honey instead of white sugar, dark tradition grains for bread (no white wheat), local beer + wine using traditional ingredients only. Don't forget to get outside and for some healthy Vitamin D from the sun to compliment your local, natural foods. Support your local farmers and agricultural-retail co-ops. Why can't the UN put together a simple, healthy, local,traditional shopping list instead of a bush diet ?

Anonymous said...

Remember to participate in the 25 May 2013 "March Against Monsanto" and their GMO poisons.

Julie Smith said...

A lot can be said about edible insects – one of which is that, they are a rich source of protein and are suitable for survival. For most countries in the world which are in dire straits and need food, these insects may be the solution to hunger and malnutrition. That being said, people need to be informed and educated more to see the viability of this food source. For added information that can help, see this wonderful resource page

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