Naturevibe Botanicals Organic Hulled Hemp Seeds, 1lb | Non-GMO a...
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Naturevibe Botanicals Organic Hulled Hemp Seeds, 1lb | Non-GMO and Gluten Free | Rich source of Omega and Proteins.
►Hemp seeds are a great protein source, as more than 25% of their total calories are from high-quality protein. That is considerably more than similar foods like chia seeds and flaxseeds, whose calories are 16-18% protein. Hemp seeds are also a great source of vitamin E and minerals.
►About 25% of the calories in hemp seeds come from protein. What's more, they contain all the essential amino acids, making them a complete protein source.
►Whole hemp seeds contain high amounts of fiber - both soluble and insoluble. However, de-hulled or shelled hemp seeds contain very little fiber.
►Hemp seeds contain almost as much protein as soybeans. In every 30 grams (g) of seeds, or about a tablespoon, there are 9.46 g of protein. These seeds are a complete source of protein, meaning that they provide all nine essential amino acids.
►Sprinkling whole or ground seeds on cereal or yogurt, adding the seeds to smoothies, baking with hemp seeds and others rich in omega-3s, making hemp milk at home using whole seeds, sprinkling hemp seeds, along with other seeds or nuts, on a salad.
- Hemp seeds are the seeds of the hemp plant, Cannabis sativa. They are from the same species as cannabis (marijuana) but a different variety.
- Technically a nut, hemp seeds are very nutritious. They have a mild, nutty flavor and are often referred to as hemp hearts.
- Hemp seeds contain over 30% fat. They are exceptionally rich in two essential fatty acids, linoleic acid (omega-6) and alpha-linolenic acid (omega-3).
- Hemp seeds are exceptionally nutritious and rich in healthy fats, protein and various minerals.Hemp seeds are rich in healthy fats. They have omega-6 to omega-3, which may benefit skin
- Hemp seeds can be consumed raw, cooked or roasted. Hemp seed oil is also very healthy and has been used as a food and medicine in China for at least 3,000 years