Normalizing entomophagy for the developed world? Paleo-dieters, take note!
`The notion of meeting caloric, especially protein, needs from insects (as well as grubs, worms and other creepy-crawlies) is hardly new. It’s something humans and their hominid ancestors have been doing for millions of years. Paleoanthropologists and biologists speculate that our Paleolithic ancestors consumed prodigious quantities of insects–a fact conveniently omitted by most contempoary aficionados of the “cave man diet.”’
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