Peeled hemp seeds can be consumed ground or crushed, added to any dish, such as salads (which can also be added to our hemp oil), roasts, soups, pasta, etc. Of course, grind the seeds when you are going to use them. This is because they are rich in fat and go off quickly. Adding them to recipes of breads, cookies, biscuits, etc.
Properties of peeled hemp seeds:
As a source of vegetable protein: A correct supply of protein is important to maintain good health, and the seeds are one of the best sources of vegetable protein containing the 9 essential amino acids that must be incorporated through food because our body is not able to produce them. They are very interesting especially during the growth stages, for vegans and vegetarians and for athletes or people with a very active lifestyle.
For constipation: the fiber content of hemp helps prevent or improve constipation and helps keep the large intestine in good condition and prevent disease.
As a source of beneficial fats: Hemp gives us essential fatty acids such as omega 3 and omega 6, which we must incorporate through food and are essential to stay healthy because they participate in important functions of our body.
For premenstrual syndrome and menopause: The fatty acids in the seeds improve premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and menopause by helping to balance hormones and by being able to fight the typical inflammation that occurs in these two conditions.
As a source of magnesium: Very important for bones and teeth, for the nervous system, muscle or protein synthesis. The lack of this mineral can cause growth problems, irritability, muscle weakness or nervous disorders. Nuts are the best source of magnesium.
Benefits of peeled hemp seeds:
- They have a protective effect against cardiovascular diseases.
- Help regulate blood sugar (blood sugar).
- They have great antioxidant power.
- They contribute to delay cell aging.
- Hemp improves inflammatory states.
- They are beneficial to combat periods of tiredness and fatigue.
- They can contribute to improve skin ailments.