A complex of nutrients for body and mind
Hempseed is a source of all essential amino acids that are not produced by the body and must be supplied with food. Such a complete source of protein is extremely rare in the plant world, which is why hemp seed finds special recognition.
The grains are a source of vitamin E, which is one of the strongest antioxidants at the same time, provide the body with healthy omega 3-6-9 unsaturated fatty acids and fiber, while containing as much as 27 g of protein per 100 g.
Use: for salads, bread, muesli, yogurt as a dry snack, for roasting or sprouting.
The hemp seed has a host of yet undiscovered uses. Remember, we are only limited by our imagination, and you can find the familiar ones by scanning the QR code.
Table of nutritional values of 100 g of hemp seed:
energy value (energy) kJ/kcal
2016.4 kJ/487.8 kcal
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*Referential Dietary Intake Value 2050 kcal