Cricket Powder – A Sustainable Protein Source

Pure cricket powder has a light and pleasant nutty flavor. Cricket powder’s primary function in food is to substitute for meat, as it provides a high concentration of the same key nutrients—easily digestible, complete protein, vitamin B12, iron and a powerful prebiotic fiber called Chitin—while being much cleaner and way more sustainable.

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The Benefit of Cricket Powder  

According to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations, edible insects such as crickets, mealworms and grasshoppers are nutrient-rich food sources. They are high in complete protein, unsaturated fat, dietary fiber, vitamins and essential minerals. Also, cricket powder contains nutrients such as nine amino acids, calcium, iron, potassium, vitamin B12, B2 and fatty acids. Some amino acids common in insects are Lysine and Tryptophan

"Super clean, super sustainable nutritional substitute to meat 
Complete protein with all 9 essential amino acids, Loaded with vitamin B12 
Helps with Body building, Boosts Weight Loss ,Gluten-Free 
Muscle Growth & Repair,Brain Health & Energy, Reduce Fatigue,



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