CANAH Nutritional Hemp

Share it with your friends Like

Thanks! Share it with your friends!

Close

Hemp seeds, used for millennia, prove to be truly one of nature’s so called super foods.

Hemp hardly requires any fertilizers, herbicides, pesticides, or fungicides. Being a farmer friendly crop, humans never felt the urge to alter hemp’s genetics.
Hemp is one of the most nutritional plants here on Earth.
Hemp seeds are a respectable source of nutritional protein. They contain more than 25% protein, represented by Edestin and Albumin. Edestin is an ideal and complete protein, offering all essential amino acids that the human body needs, but cannot produce on its own. Albumin is one of the most digestible proteins, w hich our body transforms into most needed amino acids.
Hemp seeds are very high in polyunsaturated fatty acids, up to 80% of all fats. The World Health Organization recognizes hemp as offering a fantastic ratio of omegas, in “a perfect balance of omega 3 and omega 6”. These two fatty acids, omega 3 and omega 6, are powerful anti-inflammatories, especially in the right ratio, which hemp has, that of 3.4:1.
ALA (alpha-linolenic acid), an omega-3 component which our body cannot make by itself, which is likely in preventing cardiovascular disease is also found in hemp seeds.

Hemp contains a very good ratio of protein to oil compared to other nuts.
Its amazing fiber profile makes it even easier to digest.
Hemp also has an array of trace minerals: Iron, Magnesium, Potassium, Manganese, Phosphorous, Zinc & Copper.
Alongside these nutritional benefits, hemp seeds are low in carbohydrates and are free from allergens, like gluten or lactose.
The controversy of hemp lies in its content of cannabinoids. Unlike its cousin Marijuana, it cannot be used for recreational use, because hemp is low in THC. It has a concentration of 0.2% of THC, compared to marijuana, which has around 10% THC. We’re looking at an ideal food for developing the brain of children; ideal for the elderly, dealing with dementia, Alzheimer or Parkinson disease; excellent for adults, looking to get into that peak performance state. That is why hemp meets the demands for all ages & markets. Hemp puts on the table that very thing we need right now, which is brain food, beneficial for cognition and protection of our nervous system.

Thanks to its earthy, rich, nutty flavor, these qualities grant the tiny hemp seed an honorable place at the table.
There are many ways to benefit from the riches of hemp’s micro kitchen! Healthier baking with hemp flour, bread or sweet delights; grabbing a delicious hemp bar whenever on the run; enjoying hulled hemp seeds sprinkled over fruit or veggie salads; energizing mornings hemp granolas; “shaking” hemp protein powder with delicious fruit before, during or after an intense workout; using hemp oil to create dips, sauces, marinades and many more.

Hemp’s nutritional value is undeniable, and when it comes to taste, hemp products give that extra kick of nuttiness.

In one word, hemp increases the nutritional profile of everything you eat.