Our USDA Organic Hemp Seed Oil and Hemp Hearts is a great combination to improve your health. The perfect ratio of fatty acids at 3:1 helps support healthy cholesterol levels, immune system function, and may help regulate the body’s metabolism. Experience the many benefits of Hemp Superfoods with the anti-inflammatory, immune-boosting, and heart-healthy greatness in every serving. Hemp is one of the most nutritional food sources, and a 100-gram portion provides around 586 calories or about 24% your recommended daily caloric intake. It also supplies 20 essential amino acids that can't be synthesized by humans alone - 9 in total.
WHY HEMP SUPERFOODS ARE AMAZING
High nutritional value in every bit
The perfect balance of Omega-6 to Omega-3 (3:1) essential fatty acids
Works for multiple diets including Gluten-free, Vegan, Keto, and Paleo
USDA Organic - certified by Oregon Tilth
Great for a Heart-Healthy diet
Hemp Hearts are a great source of omegas, amino acids, protein, vitamins, and minerals. Hemp hearts are shelled hemp seeds that have a nutty flavor. As part of the hemp plant, the seeds are considered a nut that can be eaten raw or used to make milk, oil, or protein powder. Hemp hearts are very versatile, as they can be used as a substitute for meat and dairy products with high levels of protein, essential fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals. The plant-based protein of hemp hearts has all nine essential amino acids which are well-absorbed by the body. It is a great source of magnesium which helps to regulate your heartbeat and may help with heart disease.
Ingredients: Certified organic, American grown, raw shelled hemp seeds.
Hemps Seed Oil
Hemp seed oil is the best alternative to fish oil ever created. The hemp seed contains high-quality and nutritional value fats, which are satisfying for regular consumption. Hemp seed oil can be used as a dressing to accompany your meal. If you're gluten-free, this product will provide you with omega-3 and omega-6 essential fatty acids at a ratio of 3:1 through the perfect balance of their chemical compositions that are naturally found in foods like walnuts, flaxseed oil, or hemp seed oil.