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7 reasons why you should include Hemp Hearts in your diet

Are you on supplements?  Do you lack enough nutrients in your diet?

If yes, we're here to solve that problem for you.

Your diet should ideally have all the nutrients which are essential for optimal health and functioning, without relying on supplements. Nature has given us everything in abundance, so why should you rely on packaged drugs? It's quite simple actually, all you have to do is eat 2-3 tablespoons of Hemp Hearts raw or just sprinkle a drizzle on your diet. Eg- Rice-daal, sabzi, salads, fruit-bowls, khichdi, pasta, shakes, juices, etc.

Don't believe these tiny nibbles could create a big impact? Read on to surprise yourself!

Hemp Hearts are a powerhouse of nutrients; they are one of the world's best superfoods. And no, we're not kidding. They are highly versatile and can be incorporated into your diet in numerous ways.

                                                                   

Here's why you should consume Hemp Hearts daily: 

Reduces Inflammation

We're all in some way or the other suffering from inflammation. Since Hemp Hearts have an ideal ratio of Omega 6 & 3 in a 3:1 ratio, they’re just perfect for your body to absorb. Gamma Linoleic Acid (GLA), an omega 3,  works in the body as an anti-inflammatory messenger which may help people suffering from muscle pain, arthritis, and eczema. It also supports healthy hair, skin, and nails. The anti-inflammatory omega 3 can reduce the risk of heart disease, high cholesterol, and high blood pressure.

Heart Health

Hemp Hearts sure live up to their name! As you can tell, they boost heart function as they contain the amino acid arginine, which can lower blood pressure and reduce your risk of heart disease. They are rich in phytonutrients and anti-aging antioxidants such as vitamin E that protect the cardiovascular system from damage.

Reduces Anxiety and Stress

The high levels of magnesium, amino acids, and B vitamins in Hemp Hearts make them a natural solution to alleviating stress. How? Magnesium works the neurotransmitter functions in our bodies known to reduce levels of stress and anxiety. Also, due to their perfect omega content, Hemp Hearts can definitely help in combatting stress.

A great source of Protein

Hemp Hearts have all 20 amino acids, 9 essential and 2 semi-essential amino acids making them a complete protein. You require these amino acids from external sources as your body cannot produce them on its own. Just by adding 2-3 tablespoon of Hemp Hearts into your diet, you meet the daily dietary requirements. Isn't that amazing?

Combat menopause and PMS symptoms

Dealing with PMS symptoms can be a pain but Hemp Hearts may help relieve some of the burdens that can be caused by an imbalance of the hormone, prolactin. The presence of the gamma-linoleic acid (GLA) in Hemp Hearts produces the hormone prostaglandin which can reduce the effects of the emotional and physical effects of prolactin.

Aids Digestion

Fiber is an essential part of your diet and linked to better digestive health.

Soluble fiber forms a gel-like substance in your gut. It's a valuable source of nutrients for beneficial digestive bacteria and may also reduce spikes in blood sugar and regulate cholesterol levels.

Insoluble fiber adds bulk to your stool and may help food and waste pass through your gut, removing toxins. It has also been linked to a reduced risk of diabetes.

However, Hemp Hearts have lesser fiber compared to whole Hemp seeds with the shell, but those cannot be incorporated into your diet as easily as Hemp Hearts.

Brain health and functioning

In the world we all live in today, there's a lot that is demanded from each of us as we are always subjected to constant stimuli from the external world. Therefore, it is crucial to maintain our most important asset which is our brain, and give it the right fuel so that it can function in full capacity. Hemp Hearts have been known to improve focus and cognitive functioning. They contain brain-friendly antioxidants, omega fats, essential vitamins, and minerals.

In a nutshell, these tiny seeds are packed with brain nutrition, no wonder they’re famously called ‘brain-food’.