Hemp Foods

 

Hemp seed, hemp oil and hemp food recipes are the best addition to a healthy diet.

Hemp seed and hemp oil are unique in the vegetable kingdom. Its profile of proteins and fats is the most complete and ideal for human nutrition. No other plant source, not even the soybean, compares to hemp in its range and balance of nutritional benefits, making hemp the worlds premier food source. Hemp seeds and hemp oil have fiber, protein and essential fatty acids (EFAs). You can use hemp oil in hemp recipes for salads and cooking, and the hemp meal as flour for cookies, pizza, pasta and bread. You can even make a hemp seed recipe for veggie burgers, buns and cheese all from the hemp seed, hemp oil or hemp protein! Serious beer lovers think hemp based beer and ale tastes great and even just roasted seeds with salt are a tasty and nutritious alternative to fried potato chips.

 

The proof is in the pudding, so they say. After consuming high quantity of hemp seed and hemp oil products for just a few weeks I notice my skin becoming smooth, and my immune system makes me feel strong and impenetrable. Why?

Essential fatty acids (EFAs) as found in Hemp Oil are important compounds we must eat because our bodies do not manufacture them. Hemp oil and hemp seed is the earths best source of Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs) not only because it has the highest total Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs) of any seed oil (80%) but also because the ratio of Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs) is considered the optimum balance for human health! Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs) lower blood pressure, help organ muscles to contract and regulate stomach acid and body temperature. Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs) are also necessary for the normal functioning of the reproductive system, hormone regulation and for breaking up cholesterol deposits in the arteries. Deficiencies of Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs) cause changes in cell structure that can result in brittle and dull hair, nail problems, dandruff, allergies and dermatitis. In fact, most diseases associated with aging from arthritis to liver spots on the skin, are the result of Essential Fatty (EFAs) Acid deficiencies. Isn’t it interesting that hemp seed also served as a primary food source during times of famine in China, Europe and Australia as recently as World War II? Hemp food is a viable element in the fight against world hunger and is healthy for us all. Take some hemp oil today – it is simple.

 

Omega 3, omega 6 and omega 9 are all available in fish oil. But the fish stocks are depleted and are now a major cause of heavy metal poisoning. Hemp seed and hemp oil is the healthy alternative.

 

Learn more from the free guide to hemp seed and hemp oil nutrition facts and at Hemp Foods Australia.

 

You can read my book – Healthy Eating Made Possible, which contains hundreds of pages of hemp seed recipes as well as hemp seed nutrition facts. Or you can make up your own hemp seed recipe – it’s simple. As well as hemp seed nutrition facts, you will find a full hemp seed nutrition analysis in Healthy Eating Made Possible as well as the latest Modern Introduction To Hemp Book.

 

In your health food store you will find many hemp seed recipes for hemp foods including hemp seed, hemp oil, hemp protein powder, hemp snack bars, pasta, breads and more available today from companies such as Nutiva, Manitoba Harvest, Hemp Oil Canada and other hemp food manufacturers. Many hemp food manufacturers are also involved with hemp growing, so just by consuming hemp foods you are supporting the hemp industry!

 

We hope you will start enjoying the benefits today by buying hemp foods, seed and oil from your local grower, farmer, manufacturer or health food shop. If you can’t find any then you may start eating hemp foods, safe and comfortably from your own chair by ordering hemp foods from the shop of buy direct from Australia at hemp oil, hemp seed, hemp protein powder. Go create a hemp seed recipe today and increase the best source of Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs) in your healthy food diet.

 

Hemp Food Nutrition information is also found on the hemp blog where it is updated regularly. Learn about the latest hemp foods petition for Australia. You can vote now at Get Up!