Healthy Cricket

80% of the world population already eat insects and even we eat 500g of insects unknowingly each year!
What are we waiting for? It’s time to become entomovores!:)

  • The cricket is composed of 65% protein, 3 times more than beef and 2 times more than chicken!
    The protein found in crickets is made of a sequence of elements called “amino acids”. They serve a dual structural and metabolic function. The first, structural component helps our body with the composition of our tissue, muscle fibres, hair etc. The second, metabolic function help the chemical reactions in our bodies which are essential for our physical well being!

  • Crickets contain 6,3mg / 100g of iron which means it has 2 times more than beef and 16 times more than chicken!
    Iron is present in haemoglobin in our red blood cells which carry oxygen to all our cells.
    It is one of the main power sources for regulating our growth of cells. Deficiency in iron, sometimes referred to as Anaemia, is extremely common in our societies nowadays and makes us feel tired.

  • Omega 3 and Omega 6 are essential unsaturated fatty acids – provided only by food. These are good fats that are important for our cardiovascular system, brain, hormonal balance, anti-inflammatory and even cell membranes!

  • Fibres are essential for the body! They facilitate digestion; regulate blood sugar and cholesterol while providing a feeling of satisfaction whilst reducing the time of digestion.

  • Insects boast in their richness in vitamins B (namely vitamin B12). These vitamins play many roles, including energy production, transmission of the nervous system, growth and the formation of red blood cells.

  • Many minerals are derived from the consumption of insects such as calcium, which protects the bone, teeth, nails; and also zinc – enhancing our immune system!

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