100 grams of crickets have 12.9 grams of protein, 5.1 grams of carbohydrates, 5.5 grams of fat, 75.8 milligrams of calcium and 9.5 grams of iron, to which we add vitamin B12 and magnesium. Also, cricket proteins contain 9 essential amino acids.

Cricket

$21.00Price
  • Crickets are considered the food of the future and there are already "cricket farms" dedicated to their reproduction, being much cheaper than other protein sources such as beef, chicken, eggs and fish, which in a certain way democratizes access to healthy foods and also almost do not produce methane, one of the main culprits of global warming.

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