12 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD CONSIDER INSECT PROTEIN

Protein: The average person needs 50 grams of protein a day. Our cricket powder contains twice as much protein compared to beef, pound for pound

A healthy source of fat.

Iron deficiency (sideropenia or hypoferremia) is the most common nutritional deficiency in the world. Iron is present in all cells in the human body and has several vital functions. Insect protein is an excellent source of iron.

Our cricket powder is an excellent source of Calcium. 1,100 mcg/ 100grams.

Essential Amino Acids cannot be made by the body. As a result, they must come from food. Our cricket powder contains twice the amount of EEAA compared with beef, pound-for-pound

Omega: Our cricket powder contains the Ideal Omega 6:3 ratio of 3: 1, compared with beef at 20:1.

Not all cricket powder is created equally. Like us, crickets are what they eat. We worked closely with our organic feed manufacturer to come up with a gluten-free diet. Now, our cricket powder is also gluten free!

B12: plays a key role in the normal functioning of the brain and nervous system, and for the formation of blood. Our cricket powder contains 30 times more B12 than beef, pound-for-pound

The feed we use to feed our crickets is sourced and made especially for us from a certified organic producer.

An excellent source of dietary fibre. The chitin and oligosaccharides have shown to have potentially great prebiotic value.

The grains we use to feed our crickets are NON GMO and Organic

Low in Calories

FACTS & FIGURES

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Regular Cricket Powder

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Organic Cricket Powder

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Organic Gluten Free Powder

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Mealworm Powder

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