Did you know that hemp seeds contain all the super essential amino acids and fatty acids that are vital for your optimal health? Contained inside the hemp protein are all 20 amino acids including the 9 essential amino acids that our body needs.
There are also 9 different essential amino acids that our bodies cannot produce on its own and hemp contains all of them. If you choose to not consume foods that tend to be rich in these essential amino acids, you could potentially compromise your health.
What do amino acids do for your body?
Well, the work like building blocks for protein. Yet the Amino acids that are contained in hemp are some of the easiest to digest in the world. Also hemp contains all kinds of vitamins such as E, D, A, and many B vitamins, dietary fiber and iron, calcium, and sodium.
Out of all the wonderful vegetables that are incredible sources of protein, hemp seeds are some of the best in the business. The proteins that are contained in hemp are very similar to the proteins in the human body.
With that being said, hemp helps to provide just the right amount of amino acids that assist in our bodies production of protein. Hemp’s protein are made up of albumin and globulins or (edestin). Matter of fact approximately 65% of the protein contained inside hemp seeds are made up of Edestin and globulin and its only found in the hemp seeds.
To add the amounts of wondrous things that hemp does for our body, we can add that it is also one of the world’s most potent natural sources of magnesium as well. With the unhealthy eating habits of the United States around 75% of the people are magnesium deficient.
Sadly because magnesium is one of the most vital minerals for our bodies, which is responsible for over 300 different biochemical reactions that go on inside our bodies which are essential for us to function properly. Another great source of magnesium is simply a cup of pumpkin seeds which contain 92% of your daily value of magnesium.
Hemp tends to contain just the right ratio of the omega fatty acids which are: 3- omega-3`s to 1-omega-6. Omega-6 is only beneficial for our bodies if the ratio of Omega-6 and Omega-3 is 3 to 1. Yet sadly as a nation, we do not consume nowhere near enough of these, and the current ratios in the United States are at 50:1.
Our culture has slid too far into the processed pre-packaged foods that tend to cause abnormal ratios in our bodies that result in more inflammation that leads to various diseases and premature aging.
Also hemp is super easy to grow and is GMO-free, and requires very little to no pest control. Hemp also thrives perfectly in the United States climate. There are only about eight different know pests out of a total of one hundred can cause serious problems for hemp, making it less susceptible to being lost to pests.
With that being said, this wonder plant can be grown mostly without the use of fungicides, herbicides, and pesticides. Another wonderful benefit that Hemp provides is that this little sucker grows like wildfire so it is able to be a great source of natural alternatives to many of the industrial spheres, which makes it safer and more natural for human consumption.
Here is What Happens to Your Body When You Eat Hemp Seeds
Improves Organ Function
Improves Cardiovascular System
Lowers Blood Pressure
Reduces PMS Symptoms
Hemp seed oil (here) nourishes and improves your hair and skin on a cellular level as the oil penetrates the inner layers of the skin and promotes cell growth
Boost your energy levels
Help with weight loss as they produce a longer feeling of satisfaction
Help with digestive disorders as it contains a great amount of soluble fiber
Lastly, to add to the mounting list of amazing benefits that hemp provides is that not only is this plant a superfood for your body, it also has extreme potential for many industrial uses. Back in the early 1900’s hemp was actually heavily used in a majority of areas from food to linens and ropes, and even some American flags.
Further into the future in 1938 an article was created about hemp, declaring it a cash crop that would soon be worth billions of dollars. This wonder plants potentials and applications are truly unbelievable.
Unfortunately though in the 1950’s due to its close relationship to marijuana, hemp growing in the United States were banned.