With a projected decrease and eventual food scarcity projected in the next 30 years as world population grows, it is time that we rediscover our ancestral practice of healthy bug eating.
In the following TED-Ed video, Emma Bryce shared how our hunter gatherer ancestors used to eat bugs and how farming bug produces less greenhouse effect and consumes less resources then meat. Of course it is also important to note that bugs are also high in protein and iron and some of their tastes are likened to popcorns (*crickets). If your interest are sufficiently perked, watch the video below:
Here is a more in-depth look at why perhaps we should eat bugs: