Insects...vitamin A...

kinyonga

Chameleon Queen
"According to Finke [36] several species of lepidopteran larvae and the soldiers of one species of termites (Nasutitermes corniger) contain significant quantities of preformed vitamin A (retinol), but in general, insects do not appear to contain much preformed vitamin A."....
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2352364616300013

This contradicts what I keep hearing...why?...
"Retinol (a biologically active form of vitamin A) and β-carotene content of many insect species is also high, with levels in some species as high as 356 μg/kg and 1,800 μg/kg, respectively (Bukkens 2005)."...
http://allthingsbugs.com/the-science/

Chemical composition...
An investigation into the chemical composition of alternative ...
 
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