Holi Herb's Hemp Hearts
By: Holi Herbs
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Made by shelling the freshest and premium quality hemp seeds, it has a nutty taste, which is somewhat similar to pine nuts. If you are a nutrition seeker, there cannot be a better option than hemp hearts.
Low in carbohydrates with twice in protein as in flax or chia seeds, hemp hearts are a power-packed food item.
Regularly consuming hemp hearts can act as an appetite suppressant, making one feel full for longer, and helping in weight maintenance. It can act as a source of vitamin and minerals like magnesium, copper, zinc, iron, calcium, and potassium if taken daily.
Hemp hearts also come with several health benefits as they are rich in amino acids. One of the essential amino acids that hemp hearts provide is arginine, which produces nitric oxide inside the body and helps in maintaining the blood pressure.
Thus, it is perfect for maintaining your bone health and increasing bone density. Omega-6 and Omega-3 in Hemp Hearts are in a ratio of 3:1, which helps in reducing inflammation that causes heart diseases and cancer.
Not only do hemp hearts reduce the chances of developing heart diseases, but it also treats blood pressure and blood clot formation.
Hemp seeds, by nature, boost the platelet formation in the body. If you are under medication, it can react with it, thus increasing the risk of bleeding.
If you have been prescribed an anticoagulant by a professional, it is best to consult them before consuming hemp hearts or seeds.
Precautions And Warning
While hemp hearts provide excellent nutritional value, they should be consumed in moderation. As hemp seeds are very high in fat, consuming them in large quantities can suddenly increase the fat in the body, which may result in mild diarrhea.
If you have never tried hemp seeds or hearts before, it is advised to start with small portions instead of consuming a large quantity. The effect may differ from person to person, depending on their tolerance level and bodily functions.
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