Farmed crickets are more sustainable than commercially farmed vegetable proteins, making a cricket-based diet the most sustainable diet in the world.
Cricket-based diets are healthier than purely plant-based diets, beating lab-grown alternative soy hybrid proteins from the genetically modified brine filled with sodium and saturated fats in which they are grown.
Want to maximize your health while making the most sustainable food choices possible?
Perhaps you were aware of the potential downsides of the vegan diet when you started - real dangers from deficiencies in B12, calcium, iron, omega fatty acids and more.
Crickets will fill all those nutritional gaps!
- Crickets are a complete animal protein as well as the ultimate SUSTAINABLE superfood.
- Crickets are high in vitamin B12, calcium, iron, zinc and other minerals, making vegan mineral supplements obsolete.
- Crickets are an easily digestible protein with a complete amino profile that ensures you get enough to gain weight, not just survive, without eating large amounts of beans or tofu every day.
- Crickets are rich in prebiotic digestive fiber, which promotes a healthy gut microbiome and gut-brain connection (more than 97% of Americans don't get enough fiber!).
However, an all plant-based diet requires supplementation in all of these areas to still be considered a healthy diet. The Entovegan diet doesn't require anything else, it's the full-spectrum solution.
Forget the meat industry comparisons, it's obvious that crickets are exponentially better. Instead, let's compare crickets to the alternative protein options.
- Crickets are more sustainable than plant proteins (especially soy).
- Crickets are healthier than GMO lab-grown soy hybrid proteins (beyond meat, impossible burgers, etc).
- Crickets can be produced on a large scale (unlike algae so far)
- Crickets are accessible to billions of people in the developing world (unlike everyone else in sufficient quantities)
And as far as animal welfare goes, crickets have to be raised in absolutely perfect conditions. Unlike cattle that can be mistreated endlessly and still produce milk, or baby calves that can't move or walk to keep their meat "tender", crickets must have the ideal conditions for their lives to produce a nutritious product.