Hemp seeds peeled
Hemps seeds are a complete protein source containing all the amino acids, omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids in the ideal ratio of 1:3. Naturally gluten-free foods with a delicate nutty taste. They are most effective for proper cell growth and nutrition, muscle mass, immunity support, digestion, excretion and lower cholesterol.
Hemp seeds peeled - complete protein and omega fatty acid source
Hemps seeds are a source of complete protein because they contain all the amino acids, including all eight essential amino acids. Additionally, they contain essential fatty acids Omega 3 and Omega 6 ideally in 1:3 ratio. They have a very high content of both basic unsaturated acids, linoleic acid (56%) and alpha-linolenic acid (18%). These seeds are almost magical in a group of superfoods. Naturally gluten-free food. They have a delicate nutty flavor and are quite similar to the shape of buckwheat. When talking about hemp, people usually react with fear because they conect it with its plant action of psychotropic substances. No need to worry, though, hemp products intended for food use are derived principally from the seeds of technical varieties.
Hemp seeds are unique among all seeds. Essential nutrients are most effective for proper cell building and nutrition, muscle mass, support immunity, improve digestion and secretion. Fat contained in hemp seed is "good fat" that has the power to eliminate "bad fat" (high cholesterol and its related and high blood pressure) from the body but you still have that pay attention to proper diet and at least some movement. Regular hemp seeds consumption can eliminate health problems and regain body strength.
What do hemp seeds contain?
Hemp seeds contain 34% protein, 44% fat and 12% carbohydrates. They contain all the amino acids, fiber, omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, essential minerals and vitamins such as calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, copper, potassium, sodium, zinc, selenium, chromium, Vitamin E, B, A, C , folic acid, and pantothenic acid.
Hemp seed and their effects
- Support immune system
- Antiseptic properties
- Protect and support cell growth
- Stocks cells with essential nutirents
- Supports digestion
- Improve regular bowel movements
- Supply healthy body fat
- Gradually reduce high cholesterol (bad fat)
- Improve muscle quality
- Supports muscle growth and regeneration
- Breaks down metabolites of lactic acid, responsible for muscle soreness
- Reduces muscle fever
- Supports detoxification system, removes heavy metals in the body
- Ensures robust and refringent hair and nails
- Improve skin quality
- Cardiovascular disease and heart attack prevention, reduces cholesterol
Other effects for your body
Hemps seeds contain globulin. Wondering what it is? Globulin is the third most common protein found in the human body. Globulins provide many enzymatic reactions directly in the plasma. Mainly, however, they are responsible for the body's natural defenses that protect the human body from the attacks of harmful alien organisms. The body uses it to produce antibodies that attack infectious agents invading the body. Wide range of fatty acids is needed for proper implementation of the human body. These fats are responsible for the optimal function of the nervous system, proper brain functioning, skin condition, cardiovascular system, hormone production. Hemp seed also contains gamma-linolenic acid which has antioxidant properties and helps to reduce cholesterol levels.
When and how to use hemp seeds?
Daily consumption of hemp seeds should be 2 teaspoons (about 30 grams), this dose covers the recommended daily intake of fatty acids and proteins.
You can add them to sweet and savory dishes, vegetable and fruit salads, smoothies, pasta, spreads, sauces, pudding, milkshake, yogurt salad, cottage cheese dish, meat or as crumble for any dish. You can also use them for meat or fish dressing. Soaked hemp seeds can be processed into non-animal dairy products - milk, cheese, and ice cream too. Healthy nutritious sweets can be made from whole seeds, while ground seeds can be used as flour for bread, pasta and desserts. Crushing to obtain quality oil particularly suitable for cold dishes.
What to watch out for? Stocing grinded seeds is not recommended because they lose their nutrients.
Hemp milk recipe
You will need about one cup of unshelled seeds can be used to prepare hemp milk. Soak them in water until they crack and white sprouts appear. Strain and rinse them. Place seeds into the blender and add two cups of water. Mix everything until only white milk remains. Finished hemp milk can be drank by itself, or can be flavored by adding fruits such as bananas, strawberries, raspberries, as well as maple syrup and cinnamon.
Table of nutrition values
|Nutrition Facts||per 100 g|
|saturated fatty acids||5,2 g|
|unsaturated fatty acids||42 g|
|Omega 3||8,8 g|
|Omega 6||27,5 g|
Hemp seeds peeled