Have you ever eaten potatoes? Tomatoes? Lobster or sushi? Without a doubt. But did you know that all these foods have been rejected by people for a long time before being routinely integrated into our diets? And insects follow the same path!
Cricket powder is a very interesting food both in terms of macronutrients (carbohydrate, lipids, proteins, fibres) and micronutrients (minerals and vitamins), as previously mentioned in the article cricket versus beef.
As we all know, it is important to hydrate during a prolonged physical effort. Besides, you've probably heard about and the fluid and electrolyte balance. But do you know what they really are and what they are used for?
Insects can be considered as an adequate and healthy variant of so-called "traditional" protein sources such as meat, legumes or milk in our diet.
In this article, we will be looking at the different nutritional intakes offered by cricket powder compared to cow’s milk in terms of protein content.