I got this info from www.mulberryfarms.com
I've heard this or pretty much the same thing from various places around the web. The most interesting thing I found about this is the last line. Coccidia is a microbial parasite found in the intestines of bearded dragons, I believe they are found in pretty much all reptiles. Normally not a problem but in stressed or sick animals the coccidia tend to go crazy and can become just as much as a problem as the original ailment. So the fact that feeding BSFL will lower the coccidia count and make your reptiles healthier is just amazing! The only feeder insects I have researched that are considered better are silk worms and hornworms. but of course they require special food and are very sensitive to enviromental conditions.
Ready to serve, with no need to dust or gut load before feeding to your pet.
Naturally nutritious, high in calcium, low in fat.
Approximately 20 - 60 times more calcium than other commonly fed feeder insects.
Ideal 1.5:1 Calcium:Phosphorus ratio.
Contain high amounts of lauric acid which helps battle diseases such as Coccidia.