Comments on “The bug diet? Insect protein may slow weight gain, promote better health”

  1. D C M says:
    07/27/2023 at 12:00 PM

    Early to mid ’60s some upscale stores sold insects as snacks, prepared and packaged. I thought it was a good idea and sometimes bought some but apparently they didn’t sell well enough and were soon unavailable.
    This isn’t a new idea. The problem now is that you guys are overdoing it, which makes it unappealing to people. (See? You won’t get fat as fast.) As you see from the previous example making it “upper class” food didn’t work.
    Just put them out for sale and don’t push them.

  2. BPK says:
    08/01/2023 at 12:03 PM

    Oh brother …. why is the media trying so hard to hype this idea of eating insects? How nutritious they want us to think they are. Or they will help you lose weight – why, because you hate the idea of eating insects? What next – cancer prevention by eating insects. Boost your brainpower by eating insects.

    Just stop this line of research or what will happen is that we will have 2 classes of people on earth – those who can eat the remaining actual decent human food, and the masses of people who because of global warming, famine, disasters will be forced to eat insects.

    All these weirdo foods like fake meat, cultured animal tissue, insects, bacteria … these are ultra-ultra processed foods that are not fit for consumption.

    I am reminded of the line – you are what you eat – and no group of human beings should be insects. Blechkkkk!

    Get scientists working on fixing global warming and effective birth control – not eating bugs, yuck!

  3. Joe says:
    08/02/2023 at 2:21 PM

    Pure fu#king propaganda.


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