Why eat Insects?

It is likely that insects (including crickets) have formed a significant part in the diet of humans throughout the history of the species. Besides bacteria, insects are the most abundant life form on the planet and they exist outside the environmental impact.

Crickets are openly available through the western world and are extremely efficient in generating protein. They require very little food, water and space in addition to mature and reproduce rapidly. They are packed with nutrients, they are low in saturated fat and know great. They are incredibly nutritious and more sustainable than traditional livestock perfect animal protein. Crickets are protein future of the 21st century.

Crickets are healthy

Crickets are rich and high in quality protein, containing all 9 essential amino acids.

Essential amino acids are those that can not be synthesized by our bodies. They are also very low in saturated fat and contain greasers of Omega 3 (good fats). They are also rich in micronutrients such as iron, magnesium, zinc, calcium and vitamin B6 and B12.

Crickets are sustainable

Cows require 10 pounds of feed to produce a pound of protein, crickets require only 2 pounds. They have a good feed conversion radio that puts all cattle besides being ridiculous than chicken. Crickets are extremely efficient with water; to produce a pound of protein crickets, only one gallon of water is needed. Crickets produce 80 times less methane than conventional livestock. Methane is a natural gas which is 20 times more potent than carbon dioxide.