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Butterflies in My Stomach: Insects in Human Nutrition epub

by Ronald L. Taylor


Butterflies in My Stomach: Insects in Human Nutrition epub

ISBN: 0912800186

ISBN13: 978-0912800189

Author: Ronald L. Taylor

Category: Science

Subcategory: Agricultural Sciences

Language: English

Publisher: Woodbridge Pr Pub (June 1, 1975)

Pages: 224 pages

ePUB book: 1860 kb

FB2 book: 1469 kb

Rating: 4.5

Votes: 463

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by Ronald L. Taylor (Author). Inspired by 9 year old daughter and I to join Scarab, the insect society.

by Ronald L. We ate grubs and earthworms too. This is what a good book should often do-inspire you to act upon it and not just think about doing.

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Butterflies in the stomach is the physical sensation in humans of a "fluttery" feeling in the stomach, caused by a reduction of blood flow to the organ. This is as a result of the release of adrenaline in the fight-or-flight response, which causes increased heart rate and blood pressure, consequently sending more blood to the muscles. The symptom of this phenomenon is usually experienced prior to attempting to partake in something critical.

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Ronald Taylor (1975), in a book subtitled Insects in Human Nutrition, collated data on food values for a range of insects, comparing their protein, fat, carbohydrate, mineral, vitamin and calorificĀ . Butterflies in my stomach. 224 pp. Santa Barbara, Woodbridge Press.

Ronald Taylor (1975), in a book subtitled Insects in Human Nutrition, collated data on food values for a range of insects, comparing their protein, fat, carbohydrate, mineral, vitamin and calorific values with those for beef, lamb, pork, chicken, fish, milk and eggs. Insects contain a lot of protein, some being leaner' than trimmed beef, while others offer abundant fat calories. The amino-acid composition, although not ideal (tending to be low in methionine, cysteine and tryptophan), is easily balanced by the addition of suitable plant protein, such as corn gluten.

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A classic on entomophagy. I was particularly impressed at the descriptions of flavors and textures of different 'bugs'. Good history, and despite its '70s authorship, the info is really timeless.
Fantastic book
A favorite of minr and my children back in SF days. Inspired by 9 year old daughter and I to join Scarab, the insect society. My daughter loved my readings and made peanut butter worm cookies for her fourth grade science fair.

We ate grubs and earthworms too.

This is what a good book should often do--inspire you to act upon it and not just think about doing.