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hemp seeds  are a rich source of nutrients: proteins, fatty acids, fibers, etc.


Organic natural hemp seeds  are a rich source of nutrients.  Part of the hemp plant, these seeds are technically a nut that can be eaten raw or used to make milk, oil, cheese substitutes or protein powder. For centuries, hemp seeds have been used for applications  oral  and  topical  to treat and prevent certain health problems.

A growing body of modern clinical research supports many of these claims.

These seeds come from organic hemp cultivation in Europe. The nutty flavor and versatility of hemp seeds also make them an excellent substitute for the levels of protein, essential fatty acids, and other nutritional benefits found in meat and dairy products.

Hemp seeds can be:

  •     Eaten raw, roasted or cooked
  •     Shelled like hemp hearts
  •     Cold pressed to produce hemp seed oil
  •     Used for non-dairy hemp milk and hemp cheese

A 30 gram (three tablespoon) serving of raw hemp seeds contains:

  • Energy: 135
  • Protein: 7.8 grams
  • Fat: 9.6 grams
  • Carbohydrates: 6.6 grams
  • Fiber: 9.6 grams

Hemp seeds are also a good source of:

  • The iron
  • Vitamin E, B1, B6, B9, B3 and B2
  • Manganese
  • Magnesium
  • B vitamins
  • Zinc

Hemp seeds also contain high levels  of omega-3 and omega-6 essential fatty acids.

Studies have shown that the ideal ratio for fatty acids in hemp seeds is 3 to 1. At this ratio, these fatty acids help support healthy cholesterol levels, immune system function, and may help regulate your metabolism.

Hemp seeds are an excellent source  vegetable proteins.  They contain all nine essential amino acids, and research suggests that the protein content in hemp is well absorbed by our bodies.

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