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Iron Intake: How Cricket Powder can Increase your Iron Levels

Many women feel extremely fatigue, weak and tired. And we might think this is just another day in our lives looking after kids and family, working, exercising or running around to make sure all house tasks are done. “It’s all about a busy schedule”, I

12 Edible Insects Products We Love!

Bug Burger anyone? Maybe you would prefer some cricket pasta for dinner tonight. Or what about cricket granola for breakfast? There are already so many edible insect companies and products around the world that’s even hard to keep counting them. And we find it great!

Meet our Ambassador and Professional Triathlete Pip Taylor

At Grilo we are so blessed to work with amazing people everyday. People who share the same passion for health, food, adventure and nature. Since we started Grilo Protein we have been meeting so many people who share the same values as us and also

5 Tips For a More Sustainable Table

You go to the grocery store, you shop for the day or for the week. But has it ever crossed your mind how harmful the food you put in your shopping basket might be to the environment? Ok, some people don't care that much about

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There Are Bugs in My Peanut Butter

Last week I was doing a cricket powder protein bliss balls tasting in Byron Bay and a little girl came to me very excited about the treats. She asked me if she could get one of the protein balls. But before I could say anything

Casey Lee eats crickets

The Health Enthusiast Casey-Lee Eats Cricket Powder

I bet you haven’t seen any crickets for sale at your local health food store. Not yet. Crickets are already very popular in America, Canada and Europe and they are hopping slowly all the way to Australia. You might be thinking: Really? Why Crickets? And

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Plastic Pollution: 5 Tips to Become “Plastic Free”

Have a deep look at this picture. Can you see that is a mermaid swimming in a plastic ocean made of 10.000 plastic bottles? The Canadian photographer and artist Benjamin Von Wong launched a campaign called “Mermaids Hate Plastic” with a series of images to get