Hemp Seeds

Hemp One of the Ultimate Superfoods – Healthy Foods!

Hemp is the best source of plant protein and plant fat. Shelled hempseed is
35%protein,
47% fat omega 3 and omega 6 and omega 9, and
12% carbohydrate.

Hemp seeds contain all essential amino acids and essential fatty acids necessary to maintain healthy human life.

Hempseed is a good source of lecithin. Lecithin is found in all living cells as a major component of cell membranes.

Hempseed contain chlorophyll.

Hempseed protein is more readily absorbed than animal protein. You can blend it into the water, beverages, smoothies, shakes, and salad dressings without heat. Protein is useful not only for building muscles but also balance blood sugar, brain chemistry, neurological health, rapid healing, building strong bones and more.

Scientific research has found that coconut oil appears to increase the effectiveness of the omega 3 fatty acids in hempseed, it is recommended to consume hempseed with organic coconut oil.

Hempseed contains gamma linolenic acid (GLA) It is super anti- inflammatory substance. Also GLA help to balance hormones.
Hempseed can improve PMS in women as well as mood swings.
Hempseed is excellent source of minerals and trace minerals:
Phosphorous (needed to improve bone density)
Potassium
Magnesium
Sulfur
Calcium
Iron
Manganese
Zinc
Sodium
Silicon (beauty mineral, needed to improve bone density)
Copper (reverses gray hair)
Platinum (an enzymatic master mineral)
Boron
Nickel
Iodine (a thyroid mineral)
Chromium (pancreatic mineral)
Silver
Lithium (mood-improving mineral)

What to look for…
Hempseed (shell removed)
Hempseed protein
Hempseed cold-pressed oil
Breads, ice-cream, beer, soaps, shampoo etc.

Of these Hempseed powder is of importance for those requiring a high-protein diet.

Hempseed can be eaten alone as a snack or can be added into smoothies, drinks, fresh juices

Recommended dosages
Beginner or child (ages 2-9) 15-30 grams a day
Teens (ages 10-18) 30-50 grams a day
Adult 50-75 grams a day
Athlete up to 140 grams a day.

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