Get your Vitamin B12 without meat or supplements
To have a sustainable and healthy diet you need to cover your nutritional needs while using as few resources, and harming the environment as little as possible.
According to leading scientists, this means having a mainly plant-based diet. However, most health authorities advise the population to eat meat and fish in order to get vitamin B12, amongst other nutrients. Edible insects are rich in vitamin B12 and are sustainable to produce.
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Want to boost your health and save the planet? Eat insects
The thought may seem off-putting in the beginning, but it is actually very healthy and tasty to integrate insect powder into your diet. If you are committed to eating sustainable food, it is also a very good idea to start eating insects.
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Why eating insects is good for you
Did you know that insects and bugs are filled to the brim with good stuff and that they are actually a great addition to your diet? Insects naturally contain a good type of protein, iron, B12, zinc and fibres - and they therefore bring a lot of great nutrients to your diet.