Hemp Seeds are among the most nutritious foods in the world. They are rich in healthy fats and have a perfect balance of omega 6 to omega 3 fatty acids. Hemp seeds are high in protein, containing al nine essential amino acids. They are about 30 % protein making them one of the best plant-based protein sources available, and are easily digestible. Just one serve (2 tbsp) of hemp seeds provides 8.76 g of protein.
How are Hemp Seeds made? Hemp seeds are harvested from the hemp plant, and the fibrous outer shell is removed leaving the hulled hemp 'hearts'.
Certified Organic Hulled Hemp Seeds
Serving Size - 28 g
Servings approx - 14
per 100 g
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Hemp Seeds are so versatile, with their mild nutty flavour and creamy texture they are delicious in sweet or savoury dishes. Sprinkle on salads, cereals, and granola, add to smoothies and bowls. They can be roasted, baked into brownies, cookies, breads and muffins, rolled into bliss balls, used in veggie patties and even made into hemp milk! You can add hemp to pretty much anything. They are the perfect staple for your whole food pantry.
You can put the seeds on everything. I like the nutty flavour. My children love the “sprinkles”. Great product!! #nutralovecomp
My two year old says these are “sprinkles” and love to put them over his oats every morning! Such a great and easy way to add some nutrition at breakfast time and these are a great source of fatty acids and protein at breakfast time. We also love to use tithe hemp seed seeds in our smoothies each day.
i have used help seeds as toppings in my yoghurt in shakes and just as a hand snack i absolutely love the taste. #nutralovecomp perfect product for a extra boost of health in your brekki or shakes :)
These are a great source of protein. They are very nutty and creamy, very delicious. I put them on salads, on omelettes, on almost everything I cook. They make a great addition to every meal and I love knowing that I'm getting in my protein at the same time.
After researching how healthy hemp seeds were, I started adding them to almost every dish! They're great with avocado on toast or in raw sweet treats. You can even pop them in a food processor to make a 'meal' in replacement of flour.