Entovegan, Sustainable Veganism Boosted by Insect Eating
Oct 05, 2018
We had a chance to interview Josh who has a very interesting take on the vegan diet. He decided to add insects! So naturally, we were curious how such a diet works for him, what insect based meals he eats, and how he came up with the name entovegan! Let’s go straight into the interview.
A diet change can make our planet better
Nov 22, 2016
Insect farming is sustainable and its environmental impact is negligible compared to the production of other foods. Check out the infographic below and learn how a diet change can make our planet better.
CrossCricket: The Fit of the Century
Sep 12, 2016
CrossFitters are among the healthiest eating athletes in the world today. Just look at the 2015 and 2016 fittest woman on earth Katrin Tanja Davidsdottir: the bulk of her diet is vegetables, quality meats, and safe, unprocessed starches. She focuses on wholesome paleo friendly foods and it works for her, there’s no denying that.
If Vegans Ate Insects, They Would Lessen Animal Suffering
Aug 07, 2016
We are all well aware of the inhumane treatment and killing of animals that goes on in slaughterhouses and concentrated animal farming operations. But there is another much less talked about, but just as real danger to animals: Farming of edible crops.
Why killing crickets is morally ok
Aug 04, 2016
I think most people would agree that harming anything that can suffer or feel pain is a negative thing. Unfortunately, our current food and agricultural industries contributes to this bad practice regularly. So what can a person do if she wants to reduce the inhumane treatment of animals while getting all the nutritional benefits that animal foods provide? The answer lies in the insect kingdom.
Insects as a solution for health oriented vegans
Jul 27, 2016
Even in a well-formulated real foods vegan diet there are many possible, even unavoidable, nutrient deficiencies. Several studies have shown that both vegetarians and vegans are prone to deficiencies in B12, calcium, iron, zinc, omega-3 long-chain fatty acids EPA & DHA, and fat-soluble vitamins like A & D. Let’s go through the most common ones and look for a solution that doesn’t involve pills, injections or fortified foods.