The holidays are close and there’s never been a better time to make your favourite treats a bit healthier with cricket flour. Edible insects have grown in popularity this year, a lot more people know how sustainable, ethical, and nutritious they are. And we just started selling cricket flour from our own farm on this website! We have a few recipes to inspire you to bake something delicious and nutritious.
According to a new study published in the Molecular Biology and Evolution journal, the food of choice for our ancestors, insects, could still be eaten and digested by almost all primates today, including humans. We are happy to hear that!
Are you having a hard time losing or maintaining weight? If so, you’re not alone. There’s a billion dollar industry trying to help millions of people with the same thing. The problem is the number of myths, half-truths, and unnecessary details distracting you from the basics. It’s worth taking a step back to revisit the fundamental evidence-based principles that apply to everyone, no matter the starting position. Let’s see how they work and how insects fit in.
New research into the human microbiome shows that what happens in the gut has a big impact on immunity, skin quality, energy levels, and even mood. So, what can we do to heal our gut and improve microbiome? There are several things and eating insects can help a lot!
Counting calories is hard. We are bad at eyeballing how much food we ate and we forget. But even if we measure and note down everything, calorie counting is very imprecise and not very useful over the long-term. Thankfully there’s a better way of maintaining weight and preventing overeating. And you’re going to learn about it right here.
Insect farming is sustainable and its environmental impact is negligible compared to the production of other foods. Check out the infographic below and learn how a diet change can make our planet better.