There’s a global push to increase efforts against so-called noncommunicable diseases (NCD) like obesity, diabetes and heart disease – all of which are largely driven by poor dietary or lifestyle behaviors. The food and beverage industry has, since the beginning of this push against NCDs, pushed back against many efforts they see as singling out ‘fast food’ as bad food. So it is worth taking a closer look at how Mexico fares in its fight against fat.
The idea here is to help address the growing global need for more food and more sources of food. Bugs, it turns out, are big in protein and not that unusual to see on the menu in many cultures.
More than you may think, as my Southern California Public Radio blogging colleague Leslie Berestein Rojas noted in her post…