Hemp Seeds

Hemp Seeds

By Apeksha Thakkar  on: 09 May 2017
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Hemp seeds

Edible hemp seeds have gained high popurlarity these days. This tiny seed- a Marijuana relative without any psychedelic property has a lot to offer nutritionally.

Its an excellent source of protein- Hemp seeds are one of the fewer plant sources which contain all nine essential amino acids your body needs to for wear and tear of your muscles. That works as a boon for the  vegetarians as most non animal sources of proteins are incomplete.

 

It is the powerhouse of good fats -

Hemp is a good source of omega 3 fatty acids,which may help prevent heart attacks and reduce inflammation and most importantly it is devoid of harmful mercury .

 

Rich sources of other micro nutrients-

Apart from offering proteins and rich fat it is also a great source of B vitamins,iron and Vitamin E.To make them available to your diet on a daily basis sprinkle them on the cereals,salads or may be bread doughs(Unlike flaxseeds they don%u2019t require grinding to stimulate their nutritionally properties.)


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