Crickets are rich in nutrients, especially in high quality protein containing all essential amino acids, low in total fats with good balance of saturated-unsaturated fats. Adding crickets to food as a whole or as in form of cricket powder you can raise the amount of protein in a natural way. Cricket powder is 70% protein so by replacing basic wheat flour with it you can bake your own super breads and pastas.
Current animal protein production has numerous devastating impacts: In central America alone, 40% of deforestation is caused by cattle farming. It takes 20,000 liters of water to produce 1kg of California beef. Also meat production uses 8 times more fossil fuel energy to produce same amount of protein as opposed to that of grains.