Hempseeds are among the world’s most nutritious seeds. Containing calcium, vitamin E, magnesium, zinc, iron, and omega 3 & 6, the essential fatty acids we need to maintain a healthy body.
Hempseed contains no cholesterol, fat and are gluten-free. They can be eaten raw, ground into meal, milk and even oil, which can be used to make salad dressings. Hempseeds are a great source of plant protein so put them on your cereal, yogurts or make your own tasty dessert.
Hempseed is an excellent protein product for everyone
Its ratio of Omega 3 to Omega 6 is the best in nature- Omega 3 & 6 help reduce cholesterol, blood pressure, inflammation and heart disease
Hempseed contains more Omega 3 than fish
Hempseed contains plant sterols which reduce the risk of certain cancers
Hempseed can be eaten by those unable to tolerate nuts
Hemp is a protein easier to digest than eggs, cheese, milk or beef
Hemp has more available proteins than soybeans
With 78% essential fats, hemp oil greatly exceeds soy oil at 40%, canola oil at 30%, olive oil at 10% and other oils.
Chocolate Hemp Pudding
¾ cup shelled hemp seeds
2 tbsp maple syrup
¾ cup coconut milk
Mix all ingredients together in food processor for at least 10 minutes to break up the hemp seeds.
Dish small amounts into pudding cups or a pretty dish and refrigerate or freeze. Garnish with a few strawberries if you like and enjoy!
Yields 3 cups