Powder flour made from insects in food?
Quite a lot has been said about industrially produced flour made from insects. What it could really mean?
Industrially produced food is not always the healthiest, but it is consumed a lot.
What could be the effects of such a trend if insect-produced flour is added to conventional flour products?
After all, flour of plant origin and flour made from insects have very different origins. 🧐
Can we handle the insect-produced flour based meal with, among other things, the some change in Vata energy for the usual situation?
It is interesting that Jews have a custom of kosher food, which tries to avoid conflicts and dangers in food that can affect health and the spiritual level. They are prohibited from eating any insect-based food. From this one could conclude that there are potentially any ill effects in food made from meal made from insects masse?
Parallels are sometimes noted between Ayurvedic nutritional principles and kosher food.
How does the Ayurvedic principle of nutrition feel about an insect-based diet sounds like a bit of a strange question, but it would be interesting to know.
Insect base in flour should be a lot healthier than flour, haha, grains are not really the healthiest thing to eat. Most cultures eat insects, even Americans and Europeans who eat shrimp which are insects. All cultures who ate fruit or vegies before modern super clean agricultural practices ate some insects. Monkeys and apes eat them too. Thats not an answer, but its just sort of normal for humans to eat some bugs.
John the Baptist ate locusts and he was Jewish and spiritual.