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27 July 2016

5 Surprising Health Benefits of Hemp




A Guest Post By CukaNaij







Hemp has always had trouble stepping out of the
shadow of its dirty cousin marijuana. While it is
closely related to whacky tobaccy, hemp has
microscopic amounts of THC — the chemical in
marijuana that gets you high — and eating hemp
foods won't jeopardize your next drug test.
The health benefits of hemp are so vast that people
are beginning to abandon the antiquated
stereotypes of the versatile plant.

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Sharon Palmer, author of The Plant Powered Diet,
wasn't wasting her breath when she said, "I think
hemp is the next 'it' food — it has been for a
while." The hemp seed is bursting with Omega-6
and Omega-3, essential fatty acids that have heart
health and anti inflammatory benefits. Hemp
seeds are nutty in flavor and breathe life into
salads, desserts, yogurts, cereals, and breads.
Hemp seeds can be turned into butter, milk,
protein powder, finishing oil, and soap.

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Unfortunately, Uncle Sam outlawed hemp farming
in 1958, a shame when you consider how amazing
a crop it is. The plant thrives without pesticides,
purifies the soil around it, and kills weeds. The U.S.
is the only country that bans industrial hemp
farming, quelling what could be an agricultural and
financial boon for our indebted country.
Adding hemp foods to your diet is something you
should seriously consider, and below are five health
benefits of hemp you might not have known.


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he protein and fiber in hemp combine to slow
digestion, which prevents spikes in blood sugar
and therefore sustains your body's energy. A diet
rich in hemp promotes digestive regularity.
When sprinkled on your cereal or fruit at breakfast,
hemp protein and fiber also help aid in satiety,
which will prevent you from snacking and keep you
fuller longer.


The Omega-3 fatty acids in hemp reduces the risk
of cardiovascular disease, lower blood pressure,
and may even ward off Alzheimer's disease. Hemp
seeds are one of the few Omega-3 sources found in
plants.


The Omega-6 fatty acids in hemp stimulate skin
and hair growth, maintain bone health, regulate
metabolism, and help the brain function.
Hemp seeds contain essential amino acids, which
improves muscle control, mental function, and
normal body maintenance of cells, muscle, tissues,
and organs.LexHansPlaCe







CukaNaija




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