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Nutrição Global: Caracóis - Quebrando tabus alimentares

Nutrição Global: Caracóis - Quebrando tabus alimentares

Health officials in Hawaii have been warning residents not to touch snails or slugs with their bare hands because of an increase in cases of people coming into contact with a rare parasitic infection known as a rat lungworm. Experts are blaming its sudden spread across the United States on climate change and globalization.

A Brain-Invading Parasite Is Believed to Be Spreading Because of Humans

Health officials in Hawaii have been warning residents not to touch snails or slugs with their bare hands because of an increase in cases of people coming into contact with a rare parasitic infection known as a rat lungworm. Experts are blaming its sudden spread across the United States on climate change and globalization.

Nutrição Global: Caracóis - Quebrando tabus alimentares

Nutrição Global: Caracóis - Quebrando tabus alimentares

Nutrição Global: Caracóis - Quebrando tabus alimentares

Nutrição Global: Caracóis - Quebrando tabus alimentares

Nutrição Global: Caracóis - Quebrando tabus alimentares

Nutrição Global: Caracóis - Quebrando tabus alimentares

There might be more to oysters than many people realize.

Oysters Can Do What?! 10 Great Reasons to Let Bivalves Live

There might be more to oysters than many people realize.

Grilled Oysters with Habanero Butter make a great tailgating snack or quick appetizer! | platingsandpairings.com

Grilled Oysters with Habanero Butter

Grilled Oysters with Habanero Butter make a great tailgating snack or quick appetizer! | platingsandpairings.com

Sometimes our love for nature can backfire. Take, for example, the way that we love to feed birds bread. The problem is that bread is awful stuff for waterfowl, whose natural foods are aquatic vegetation, seeds, insect larvae, snails and worms. Bread is nutrition poor and can leave waterfowl with an incurable deformity called “angel wing”. It’s best not to feed the birds. If you absolutely cannot resist, then opt for something with nutrients – defrosted frozen peas, chopped greens, duck…

Sometimes our love for nature can backfire. Take, for example, the way that we love to feed birds bread. The problem is that bread is awful stuff for waterfowl, whose natural foods are aquatic vegetation, seeds, insect larvae, snails and worms. Bread is nutrition poor and can leave waterfowl with an incurable deformity called “angel wing”. It’s best not to feed the birds. If you absolutely cannot resist, then opt for something with nutrients – defrosted frozen peas, chopped greens, duck…

We’ve created an introductory vehicle for insect protein with the help of a three-star-Michelin chef: a range of healthful protein bars, made with cricket flour. It combines all of the nutritional and environmental benefits of eating insects, but removes the psychological barrier (no legs, we promise). And that philosophy extends to the packaging design, too.

We’ve created an introductory vehicle for insect protein with the help of a three-star-Michelin chef: a range of healthful protein bars, made with cricket flour. It combines all of the nutritional and environmental benefits of eating insects, but removes the psychological barrier (no legs, we promise). And that philosophy extends to the packaging design, too.

Flameback Coral Shrimp by cbabbitt

Flameback Coral Shrimp by cbabbitt

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