Health benefits you get from adding organic hemp seeds to your diet

Hemp seeds are considered by many people to be a superfood. They are known for having a rich nutritional profile that provides a range of health benefits.

These small, brown seeds come from the Cannabis sativa plant. They are similar to other seeds such as flax seeds and chia seeds.

Hemp seeds outshine these and others, however, when it comes to protein content. The protein in hemp seeds contains all 20 essential amino acids – very extraordinary for plant foods. [1]

Included in these amino acids are nine that the human body doesn’t produce: histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, tryptophan and valine.

In addition to their amino acid content, hemp seeds also contain a healthy amount of fatty acids. In fact, they have the perfect ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acids for optimal health.

In addition to providing more energy than carbohydrates, fatty acids also have a number of health benefits for your body.

On top of all this, hemp seeds are also high in fiber and are a rich source of other essential nutrients such as calcium, potassium, iron, folate, phosphorus and magnesium.

Hemp seeds support healthy joints*

Hemp seeds are a rich source of antioxidants such as vitamin E, tocopherol, phytol, as well as omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids.

Antioxidant-rich foods have been shown support healthy joint functions. This is because antioxidants, such as vitamin E, can help protect against oxidative damage from free radicals. [2][3]

Hemp seeds support healthy energy levels*

In addition to antioxidants, hemp seeds are also filled to the brim with energy-promoting nutrients. These include essential fatty acids that contain twice as much energy as carbohydrates. [4]

In addition, hemp seeds are also rich in energy-promoting minerals such as iron and magnesium. A single serving of hemp seeds can provide your body with 2.9 mg, or 16%, of its recommended daily allowance (RDA) of iron, and 192 mg, or 48%, of its RDA of magnesium. [5]

Hemp seeds support a healthy colon*

Hemp seeds contain generous amounts of dietary fiber, which is known to support healthy digestion and a healthy colon. [6] There are two types of dietary fiber: soluble and insoluble. Both of these provide benefits to the colon. More importantly, both are found in significant amounts in hemp seeds.

Hemp seeds support sensible weight management goals*

Hemp seeds’ high fiber content, as well as their rich protein content makes them very filling. This means that hemp seeds can help soothe cravings. When accompanied by a healthy diet and regular exercise, the consumption of hemp seeds support sensible weight management goals.

Hemp seeds support a healthy immune system*

Hemp seeds are among the best sources of a protein called globulin, which supports liver health and fights infection. This protein plays an important role in your body’s immune system. [7]

Globulin isn’t the only immune-supporting component of hemp seeds: Their fatty acids content, specifically omega-3 fatty acids, also support your immune system. [8]

Hemp seeds support healthy heart function*

Hemp seeds are packed with an amino acid called arginine. This amino acid is known to promote healthy heart function. [9]

Hemp seeds are also full of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids that also support optimal heart health. [10]

With all the benefits that hemp seeds provide, you must be wondering how you can include them in your diet.

There are a couple of issues that you will likely encounter when looking for hemp seeds. One of these is simply finding the kind of hemp seed product you need that fits with what you want to make. The other is making sure that the hemp seeds are fully organic and that there isn’t anything added to them – no fillers, additives or gluten.

The great news is that the Health Ranger Store has you covered for all of these concerns, with three products to cover all your hemp seed needs: Groovy Bee Organic Hulled Hemp Seed, Health Ranger’s Organic Hemp Protein Powder and Health Ranger’s Organic Hemp Juvenate.

These three products provide hemp seeds in different forms suitable for a variety of needs. In addition, all of these are certified USDA organic, laboratory-verified, glyphosate-tested and non-GMO.

Groovy Bee Organic Hulled Hemp Seed

Health Ranger Store Groovy Bee Organic Hulled Hemp Seed is composed of the soft inner seed kernels of the C. sativa plant. Also, known as hemp hearts these have already had the seeds’ outer shells removed.

You can eat this directly as a quick snack or you can sprinkle them over your favorite salads, smoothies, dips, pasta sauces and other recipes.

Groovy Bee Organic Hulled Hemp Seed is harvested from organic farms in Canada and is certified China-free.

Health Ranger’s Organic Hemp Protein Powder

Made from ground hemp seeds, Health Ranger’s Organic Hemp Protein Powder takes advantage of hemp seeds’ high protein content.

Health Ranger’s Organic Hemp Protein Powder is perfect for protein shakes and smoothies, but you can also mix it into baked goods such as cookies.

This product has been meticulously sourced and laboratory-tested for heavy metals, microbiology and glyphosate. It also has no fillers, sweeteners, flow agents or excipients of any kind – the only ingredient here is lab validated hemp powder.

Health Ranger’s Organic Hemp Juvenate

Health Ranger’s Organic Hemp Juvenate takes organic hemp seed powder and mixes it with organic chia seed powder, organic high-protein chlorella powder and six different mushroom powders. The result is a unique juvenate with a potent combo of health benefits.

In addition, it has been sweetened with monk fruit powder extract (Luo Han Guo) to give it extra flavor without the use of any chemical sweeteners.

You can mix three tablespoons of Health Ranger’s Organic Hemp Juvenate with water for a healthful drink on its own or you can add it to shakes and smoothies for an extra nutritional bite.

Health Ranger’s Organic Hemp Juvenate is a product of the USA. It has also been lab tested for heavy metals, microbiology and glyphosate.

These three products provide you with a number of nutritious, organic options for adding hemp seeds to your diet.

Whether you just want seeds to snack on or you are looking for something to add to your favorite recipes, these delicious and healthful hemp seed products have you covered.

Do you know any delicious hemp recipes? Comment below with your favorite hemp recipes!

*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to treat, cure or diagnose any diseases.

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Comments

BarbaraL Lowell - August 20, 2020

I use it as the creamy part of salad dressings, when I make the dressing I put a few tablespoons in with the ingredients and pulse on food processor until creamy. Works great with pesto herbal dressing. I also sprinkle over the salad itself.

Bunyinj Bhadi - August 20, 2020

If I were ELECTED as the leader of any nation, I would immediately place into effect, the standards of food health for ALL people to include the daily intake of pure hemp seeds with meals!
The second thing I would implement, which actually bolsters the First thing, and that is; A DEBIT tax on ALL transactions, and the removal of ALL other forms of levies, fees, and taxes on all goods & services.
The perfect end result to practically ALL the problems in the world.
Watch the GOOD health and GOOD economies begin to skyrocket larger than life itself, and the bullies of the world disappear!

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