Organic, Grain Free, Dairy Free, Paleo whole food
High in vitamin B12 – One tablespoon of cricket flour gives us close to the recommended daily amount
High levels of Chitin, low in saturated fats, contains omega 3 fatty acids, iron, and macronutrients such as magnesium, zinc, calcium and vitamin B6
Farmed by the worlds leading cricket farm in Canada, Live Longer Organic 100% Cricket Flour enables you to add protein & B12 to your diet like you have never done before and not only that, it’s Grain Free, Dairy Free and a Paleo whole food as well.
Live Longer Organic Cricket Flour is milled from 100% organically and ethically farmed Banded Crickets from the worlds leading farm ‘Entomo Farms’ in Canada. With 68.8% protein by volume and high in vitamin B12, Live Longer Organic 100% Cricket Flour also contains iron, is low in saturated fats, low in carbohydrates, and contains omega 3 fatty acids. Live Longer Cricket Flour also contains macronutrients such as magnesium, zinc, calcium, vitamin B6 and is high in Chitin.
Adding a high protein whole food such as Live Longer Cricket Flour to your diet can help your body rebuild and fix its self as well as lowering your cholesterol, blood pressure.
Live Longer Organic 100% Cricket Flour contains Chitin (Ky-tn) which is noted to be good for gut health and may help people that suffer from irritable bowel syndrome. Chitin may also help to relieve arthritis and lower blood pressure and cholesterol.
In comparison to cows, which require 4.5kg of feed to produce 0.45kg of protein, crickets require only 0.9kg. They have a food conversion ratio that puts all livestock to shame and is also superior to chicken. It just doesn’t stop at the feed amount per kg, crickets are also extremely water efficient with 8 litres of water producing 1kg of protein unlike cattle which require 8350 litres.
Not only that, crickets only produce 2g of CO2 per 1kg of protein which is extremely low compared to cattle, which produce 2,850g of CO2!
Farmed animal products are responsible for 18% of greenhouse-gas emissions worldwide.
It’s imperative that we support more effective sustainable methods of farming natural protein.