Hemp is one of the oldest plants in civilization, one of nature's strongest fibers and has one of the most nutritious seeds.
Hemp protein contains all the essential amino acids and is considered a complete source of highly digestible protein compared to meat, soy or dairy products.
Hemp seeds have a perfect proportion of essential fats like omega 3 and 6 which are ideal for human health and are equally rich in minerals and fiber.
Essential fatty acids are necessary for human health and must be obtained from food as our body cannot produce them on its own. Essential fats are important for proper cell function and a lack of these fats is detrimental to mental and physical health.
Raw Hemp seeds and their Hemp protein have many health benefits, as well as containing live enzymes that help your digestion and other foods, increase energy, support the immune system and help the body function at its best. possible, help you lose weight, help you recover quickly from illness and injury, lower cholesterol and blood pressure, reduce inflammation, improve circulation, and support the regulation of blood sugar levels.
Hemp seed consumption is beneficial for people with diabetes, obesity, chronic constipation, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, people with gluten allergies, people with depression, pregnant women, breastfeeding mothers, hyperactive children and people who simply want to prevent disease and be in shape.
This food is recommended for everyone and can be a good source of protein for vegetarians and vegans and people with a life filled with physical action, sportsmen and children.
Taken together with breakfast will help reduce cravings (additions or cravings) for sweets and carbohydrates throughout the rest of the day.
The preparation of these seeds for consumption must not involve heat, otherwise their essential fatty acids are transformed into trans fatty acids, which are harmful to health.
In the case of whole seeds with husks, it is advisable to soak beforehand for easy digestion, or grind with a coffee grinder to break the husk.
Both can be used in sweet and savory recipes, in raw chocolates, energy balls, smoothies and desserts or snacks, and in the case of whole seeds they are also suitable for making hemp milk.
Recommended maximum daily dosage: 20 to 30g (2 to 3 tablespoons).
Example for a recipe with whole hemp seeds – hemp milk:
Put 1 cup of soaked hemp seeds, 4 cups of water in a blender and mix.
Strain everything through a fine cloth to separate the milk from the solid parts.
Add 1 pinch of sea salt, 5 drops of vanilla extract or 1/2 vanilla stick to the milk and mix again.
To preserve the freshness of this product:
Avoid exposure to heat.
Avoid direct exposure to sunlight.
Remove all existing air before closing the package.
Close the bag securely after use.
Store in a cool, dry place.
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