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Gut Health Gurus Podcast


Kriben Govender is a Food Scientist and Gut Health Advocate. He is the founder of Gut Health Superstore, Nourishme Organics. He had a seemingly happy life which came crashing down. He was bullied in the workplace, his marriage collapsed, he lost his job and found himself alone in an apartment ready to end his life. Kriben soldiered on, and discovered the impact of gut health on overall health. His purpose is to share the importance of gut health in addressing many different health issues. In this show, Kriben explores how you can improve your health and wellbeing by focusing on your gut.

Aug 14, 2019

Kriben Govender (Honours Degree in Food Science & Technology) has a chat with the co-founder of Entomo Farms, Dr Jarrod Goldin on the gut health and sustainability benefits of edible insects like crickets.
 
Bio: 
 
Dr Goldin has been a Chiropractor and Chiropractic educator for 20 years.
He’s witnessed the impact that food can have on our health. He says we now have to “Consider more than just the health benefits of what we eat; we also have to consider the ecological footprint of our food choices.”
In 2014 Dr Goldin joined his brothers Darren and Ryan, who have 12 years experience farming insects with their business Reptile Feeders, to start Entomo Farms, North America’s first and largest insect farm, dedicated to raising insects, specifically for human consumption.
In January 2015, Entomo Farms worked out of facilities that were 5000 square feet. They now have 20,000 square feet of work and development space as they continue to lead the field of “Bugtrepreneurs”.
Entomo Farms has been covered in the media such as Toronto Life, LaPress+, The Globe and Mail, Washington Post, and more.
 
Topics discussed:
 
  • Jarrods interest in edible interests
  • The origin story of Entomo Farms
  • Cricket Protein for pets
  • The history of eating insects
  • Getting over the “yuck factor"
  • Choosing sustainable protein
  • Prebiotic Fibre in Cricket Flour
  • Micronutrients in Cricket Flour
  • What is Chitin?
  • The impact of Chitin on Bifidobacteria
  • Fibre and the Gut Microbiome
  • What do crickets eat?
  • “You are what you eat ate"
  • How to start eating crickets?
  • Cooking with cricket flour
  • Crickets, Vitamin B12 and iron
  • Crickets and Vegetarianism
  • Ethical harvesting of crickets
  • Cricket flour and FODMAPs
  • Lighting environment
  • Varieties of edible insects
  • Mealworms
  • Caring for your planet
  • Incidental Insect consumption
  • Eating more bugs for Gut Health
 
Impact of Edible Cricket Consumption on Gut Microbiota in Healthy Adults, a Double-blind, Randomized Crossover Trial.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30018370
 
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Nourishme Organics The Gut Health Superstore
 
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Connect with Dr Jarrod Goldin
 
 
 
Connect with Kriben Govender: 
 
Gut Health Gurus Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/nourishmeorganics/
Mito Wellness Support Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/347845406055631/
 
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