What do hemp seeds do to your body?
Hemp seeds are one of the healthiest and most nutritious foods for the human body. They contain an ideal ratio of omega 3 and 6 unsaturated fatty acids, which ensures optimal absorption of these essential substances, and they are also rich in protein and essential amino acids.
Proteins contain the valuable protein Edestin which is similar to those that are naturally occurring in human plasma. Intake of this protein also helps to optimize the functions of the immunity system.
Hemp seeds, thanks to their nutritional composition, support brain activity and development, regenerates organs, decrease cholesterol levels and have an anti-inflammatory and detoxifying effect on the body.
In addition to the nutritional benefits, some research suggests that hemp seeds have a wide range of positive health effects:
- Heart health
- Reducing inflammation
- Relief from rheumatoid arthritis
- Improving skin condition
- Diabetes and metabolic syndrome
- PMS and menopause
Why choose BIO hemp seeds?
We only offer seeds in organic quality, grown in organic farming = soil management without the use of artificial fertilizers, chemicals, sprays, hormones and artificial substances. Its priority is quality, not quantity of production.
What is the difference between hulled and unhulled hemp seeds?
Unhulled hemp seeds are seeds with a husk that contains important fibre. However, the husk makes them harder and this may bother some people when they eat them, so they choose hulled hemp seeds, which are free of the husk and therefore easier to eat. Find out more: the difference between hulled vs. unhulled hemp seeds.
Which is better chia or hemp seeds?
Compared to chia seeds, hemp seeds contain more heart-healthy fats, protein and some micronutrients such as manganese, magnesium and copper.
Are hemp seeds good for you to eat?
Hemp seeds are a complete source of protein, which means they provide all nine essential amino acids. They are a great source of essential fatty acids such as alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), an omega-3 fatty acid. The body cannot produce enough essential fatty acids and must obtain them from food. Much of the fibre in hemp seed is in the outer shell or husk. If possible, buy hemp seeds unhulled. However, hemp seeds are a good source of fibre even without the husk. Three tablespoons contain approximately 1.2 grams of fibre.
Hemp seeds contain an impressive range of vitamins and minerals and are particularly rich in:
- Vitamin E
They are also a good source of iron, zinc and B vitamins, including:
- vitamin B-6
- folic acid
Do hemp seeds contain CBD?
The seeds do not contain CBD, but they still have a rich array of nutrients, fatty acids and beneficial bioactive compounds that can also bring health benefits.
How much hemp seed should I eat daily?
To maintain all the right nutrients, 1-2 tablespoons a day is enough.