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Gut Loading Of Crickets For The Human Consume With Water Crystals On TV.


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Hi, a some days ago i had watched on a tv show a small note on the home breeding of crickets for the human consume in China.

Some of these ckickets have water crystals in their enclosures as their water source. And then this same crickets are lonely used as human food.

This gut loading appear to have risk for the health of the humans who eat these crickets.

Or there are not any risk ?? i know that the water crystals are not recommended for the human consume as a direct vector, but how much risk is playing if it is indirectly consumed with the crickets that drink from it and then this same crickets are used as food for the humans ?? Thanks, regards.

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In China, water crystal probably is the least of their concern with food... Factories add all sorts of toxin and use toxic materials with food to cut cost, there are people condense and filter out oil from sewage system to supply doggie restaurants or suppliers which in term make it to high street restaurants as well.

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In China, water crystal probably is the least of their concern with food... Factories add all sorts of toxin and use toxic materials with food to cut cost, there are people condense and filter out oil from sewage system to supply doggie restaurants or suppliers which in term make it to high street restaurants as well.

Wow, thats stunning !! there are not ways for to control these risks to the people health :blink:

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