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Save the planet, eat a cricket!

Our planet is currently going through a social and ecological crisis that is not gonna end unless we change our lifestyles and especially our diet.

It is widely known that the world's population will exceed 9 billion by 2050. According to FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations), food production will need to be doubled to meet the growing demand in food, and especially in animal protein. But can our planet meet these needs? What if we could find an alternative to traditional animal protein?

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Why you should eat insects: cricket VS plant protein

Have you ever wondered what the difference is between animal and plant protein? Do you have any idea how plant protein found in various products are extracted? Do you really know what the terms "soy isolate" or "rice protein" mean? Do you know the advantages of insect protein over plant protein? If you answered "no" to some of these questions, then this article is for you!

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Why you should eat insects: cricket VS beef

"How about eating a steak for dinner? And why not a cricket steak for a change?" Imagine that you are in a restaurant... a special restaurant. On the menu, you can choose between the classic beef steak, but also, a cricket steak. What would be the advantages of choosing crickets rather than beef?

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Protein, all you need to know

Protein is one of the three macronutrients needed in our everyday diet, along with fats and carbohydrates. The sources of proteins in our diet are varied: meat, fish and other seafood, legumes, dairy products, and also, insects!

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Näak dans l'oeil du dragon

A few months ago, we were selected to be on the television show "Dans l'oeil du dragon", which aired on Monday, April 17, at 8pm on Radio Canada.

We are triathletes, we come from Montreal, and together we co-founded Näak (a company that makes innovative energy bars made with the most efficient and eco-responsible protein on the planet: cricket protein).

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