. Hemp Seeds are a natural source of...
Hemp Seeds are a natural source of antioxidants, phytosterols, vitamins, minerals and fibre. Hemp seeds have been consumed as a staple food all over the world for thousands of years. They are an important dietary component because they contain an abundance of ESSENTIAL NUTRITENTS.
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Organic Hemp Seeds by Hemp Foods Australia
Hemp Seeds Organic Hulled 250g 100% Australian Certified Organic. 2000mg of Omega 3 per spoonful. 6400mg of ‘complete’ Protein per spoonful. .. Available in 250g bag, 1kg bag and 10kg tub.
Hemp Nutrition Overview Hemp seeds have been consumed as a staple food all over the world for thousands of years. They are an important dietary component because they contain an abundance of ESSENTIAL NUTRITENTS.
Hemp Foods Australia is Australia's 1st hemp food company. We grow industrial hemp and supply organic nutritious hulled hemp seed and hemp oil.
BALANCED – on their own they provide much of what your body needs without over-supplying some nutrients while causing a deficiency in others.
DIGESTIBLE – they don’t require cooking, soaking or crushing, your body can easily take what it needs and eliminate what it doesn’t. So your body isn’t wasting energy or suffering stress the way it does when trying to extract nutrients from animal or processed foods. SAFE – unlike many foods we consume daily, Hemp seeds do not burden your body with toxins, allergens, GMO’s or undigested waste materials.
SUSTAINABLE – you don’t have to kill anything, poison the planet, exploit the ocean or risk anyone’s safety to obtain Hemp Seeds; they grow just about anywhere without needing fertilizers, herbicides or pesticides and require less water than wheat, rice or soy. Hemp Seeds Contain The highest amount of PUFAs (Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids) like Omega 3 and 6 – level with Walnuts for the #1 position at around 47g of PUFAs in every 100g of seeds.
Have you ever wondered why there is so much interest in Omega 3? Is it just another nutrient like Protein or Vitamin C? What does it do and what’s the best way to get Omega 3 for your body? Omega 3 is a polyunsaturated fatty acid or PUFA that occurs naturally as an oil in some grasses, seeds and aquatic plants.
In 1981 it was realised that Omega 3 and Omega 6 cannot be made by human bodies so just like Vitamin C, were given the official designation of being “Essential” meaning: you can’t survive without them your body can’t make them you must obtain them from your diet At the same time it was discovered that these Omega Oils are easily damaged by heat, air and light and that if you eat damaged oils they not only fail to correct a deficiency, they act as poisons making things even worse.
The bright lights in supermarkets speed up the oxidation of these oils causing them to give off an upleasant smell and taste. So food manufacturers routinely use heat and chemicals to remove Omega oils from foods to extend shelf life. Cooked or processed foods are not a good way to get your essentials. According to healthy fats pioneer and expert on Omega oils, Dr. Udo Erasmus: “more health problems come from eating bad fats and bad oils than any other part of nutrition”
Protein is regarded as a ‘macro’ nutrient meaning it should make up a large portion of your nutrient intake. The quality of protein you eat should therefore be somewhat of a priority, particularly for athletes who require even higher amounts of protein to keep their body strong and lean. Hemp Seeds not only contain a lot of protein (approximately 33g of protein in 100g of seeds), as a protein source it is nutritionally superior to most if not all other protein sources owing to a number of factors that will be discussed here.
Hemp Foods Australia is Australia's 1st hemp food company. We grow industrial hemp and supply organic nutritious hulled hemp seed and hemp oil direct to retailers, manufacturers and supermarkets
Protein is regarded as a ‘macro’