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Eating Crickets is Healthy for Gut Microbiome

Eating Crickets is Healthy for Gut Microbiome

A new study published in the journal Scientific Reports shows that consuming crickets can help support the growth of the probiotic bacterium Bifidobacterium animalis, a strain that has been linked to improved gastrointestinal function and other...

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Lab-Grown Meat Could Be Worse For Environment Than Beef?

Lab-Grown Meat Could Be Worse For Environment Than Beef?

An article originally published by The Download shared the results of a new study about the climate impacts of cultured meat and beef cattle. Our takeaway was that we can never be too sure of any 'solutions' or 'silver bullets.' There are always...

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Sweet Potatoes – Natural Relief for Menopause?

Sweet Potatoes – Natural Relief for Menopause?

The liver breaks down yams and potatoes, rendering their progesterone effects useless, so Sue decided to chew a small, raw fistful of sweet potatoes every day. Beneficial nutrients would be absorbed by blood vessels under the tongue. Sue saw...

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Eating Insects Could Help Fight Obesity – U.N.

Eating Insects Could Help Fight Obesity – U.N.

Originally reported in Reuters, a recent U.N. study said the health benefits of consuming nutritious insects could help fight obesity. The authors of the study by the Forestry Department of the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) said many...

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Why B12 From Crickets Is Better

Why B12 From Crickets Is Better

80% of the world's population consumes insects. You read that right! Insects are like nature's little nutrient factories. And they are much cleaner (counterintuitively) than beef or pork. Let's focus on crickets for a moment, and the claim that...

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The Paradox Protein range harnesses the best of nature to bring you high quality, high density, natural food supplements that are kind to the body, kind to the planet and 100% natural. Paradox Protein’s range of supplements and blended protein...

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