Cricket protein isolate doesn't exist yet, though it has been proposed. Clearly, we're looking at an interesting possibility here, limited largely by lack of both research and public interest in edible insects. In addition to being high in protein, many edible insect species are also high in essential fatty acids, particularly omega-3s. Aquatic insects tend to have higher levels of essential fatty acids, though all edible insects contain them to some extent. Many insects, such as crickets, grasshoppers, ants and certain caterpillars, are exceedingly high in calcium. Soldier fly larvae, used for processing compost, are off the charts in this nutrient. As you may be aware, the nutrient B12 can only be found in animal sources. Crickets and cockroach nymphs are both impressively good sources for B12. If vegans could accept the idea of eating insects, they could potentially manage their B12 intake just by popping a few crickets a couple times a week. Ad Feedback Part of the reason nutrient levels are so high for certain insects is that they are eaten whole, including their exoskeleton and internal organs. Certainly, if more of our livestock were somehow ground up whole and fed to us, we'd get far more nutrition out of them. Calcium in particular may be high because of the fact that we ingest the insects' "bones," or exoskeleton. This protective structure is made out of chitin, a long-chain polymer of acetylglucosamine.
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