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Why we need to add Hemp seeds to our diet?

Hemp seeds are small and brown in color. Hemp seeds are rich in healthy fats or good fat and essential fatty acids. It is rich in proteins and vitamin E, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, magnesium, sulfur, calcium, iron and zinc. These seeds provide beneficial type of omega-6 fat known as GLA that works in the body as an anti inflammatory. These omega 3 fatty acids can help in reduce the risk of heart problems, high cholesterol and high blood pressure.  Farmers can leverage benefits by not spending significant sums of money but acquire farm data, disaster warnings, and weather-related forecasts. It is really impossible one to predict the future of technology in crop cultivation, but there are many encouraging trends, and pilot projects have proved its worthiness.

  • The Hemp seed oil is highly rich in fatty acids, which is good for our health. It is having high fiber content and low sugar content, which helps us in better digestion and very helpful for the people who are in low sugar diet.
  • For every 30 grams of these seeds or three table spoons contains 9.46 grams of protein.
  • These seeds are called as complete source of protein; it contains as much protein as soybeans.
  • It can produce all the nine amino acids which are the building blocks of the proteins that cannot be produced by the body.
  • Rather than the nutritional benefits, some research proved that hemp seeds pose positive effects on our human brain.
  • Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, multiple sclerosis, neuropathic pain, and childhood seizure disorders can be cured or minimized in the people who are taking hemp seeds in their daily diet.
  • Hemp seeds also rich in gamma linolenic acid which is a poly unsaturated fatty acid having anti inflammatory properties. These seeds rich in high amount of arginine which is an amino acid that converts into nitric oxide. It is very useful for artery and vein dilation and it kept blood vessel walls elastic and smooth.

Rather than vitamin E, also it is rich in vitamin B such as niacin, riboflavin, thiamine, vitamin B6 and folate. Even though hemp seeds are come from the plant of Cannabis sativa, it does not produce any negative effects on the body. It has great effect on weight loss. To get more information, view website which is now available with extra information on this. Anyone can clear idea about the particular plant.

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