Farinha de insetos na alimentação de não ruminantes, uma alternativa alimentar

  • Túlio Leite Reis UFRRJ
  • Ana Carla Chaves Dias
Palavras-chave: Ingrediente, Produção Animal, Sustentabilidade, Proteínas

Resumo

Visto a crescente busca por alternativas para alimentação humana e animal, a utilização de uma fonte proteica proveniente da criação de insetos em larga escala, aparece como uma perspectiva atraente atualmente. A criação de insetos, devido à natureza das espécies, apresenta algumas vantagens que reforçam ainda mais sua utilização, como alimentar-se de uma gama de subprodutos da indústria, não competir com o uso de recursos alimentares, possuir alto valor nutricional, além de, quando consumidos, atuarem no desenvolvimento da microbiota benéfica e como imuno-moduladores. Alguns estudos destacam a utilização de farinhas de diferentes insetos em substituição a farinhas de origem animal e ao farelo de soja na alimentação de animais monogástricos, que além de fornecer um perfil de aminoácidos semelhante e/ou superior à esses ingredientes convencionais, podem reduzir o custo final da ração consumidas pela espécies monogástricas de interesse zootécnico, impactando significativamente no sistema produtivo. Alguns pontos acerca a viabilidade de produção dessas farinhas na utilização como fonte de proteína na alimentação animal merece destaque, sendo assim, o presente trabalho busca reunir as aplicações e resultados recentes obtidos com a utilização de farinha de insetos na alimentação e nutrição dos animais monogástricos, seus impactos no desempenho, saúde, além da qualidade dos produtos originados.

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