The World's most nutritionally complete food source. Hemp is a complete protein, containing all nine essential amino acids. Consuming hemp seeds supply the body with all of the essential amino acids required for health maintenance, as well as the amino acids needed to produce human serum albumin and serum globulins. Amino acids are the fundamental components of proteins.
Why is Hemp Essential to Our Diet?
Hemp includes the nine necessary amino acids that the body cannot produce and must obtain from food. Hemp seeds are rich in heart-healthy fats, protein, and a variety of minerals, including manganese, magnesium, and copper.
Hemp seeds are one of the few plant sources of complete protein, meaning that they include all of the necessary amino acids your body cannot produce.
The energy content of 100 grams of hulled hemp seeds is 2,451 kilojoules (586 kilocalories). Amino acids are the structural components of proteins.
Raw hemp seeds can be consumed, processed into hemp meal, sprouted, or dehydrated into sprout powder. Hemp seeds can also be used to cereals, smoothies, bread, and crackers.
Consuming hemp seeds may benefit, if not heal, patients with immune deficiency
disorders while promoting increased body, mental, and spiritual lifespan.