Nutrition and Food


Insects could become an effective solution to meeting the nutritional requirements of a growing population. Edible insects are a nutrient-rich food that can provide a perfect growth medium for diverse microorganisms. Edible insects are beneficial to human health because they may induce antioxidant, antihypertensive, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and immunomodulatory activities.

The current food market has led to the obesity of all mankind. It has also led to the destruction of many ecosystems around the world. The current food market has destroyed many forests all over the planet, and destroyed the liberated lands with poisons and pesticides. The entire food industry has put humanity in the face of a global food crisis. The need for a complete change in human nutrition and diet is obvious. Measures to prevent or mitigate the disaster should be taken today.

Modern agriculture has altered the face of the planet, more than any other human activity. We need to urgently rethink our global food systems, which are responsible for 90% of deforestation, 80% of freshwater use and the single greatest cause of terrestrial biodiversity loss.