Is Hemp the new Superfood or Superfool?

Is Hemp the new Superfood or Superfool?

"It’s a rock star of the health food world – one of the few plant-based foods providing all the amino acids that make up a complete protein." - House of Wellness Magazine

Hemp seeds - are being heralded as one of the next superfoods due to their unusually high nutritional content. According to Hemp Foods Australia, hemp contains almost as much protein as soya beans, however, due to its protein composition, it is far more digestible. It’s extremely high in calcium, magnesium, iron and zinc and contains next to no carbohydrates. Hemp is also one of the only known foods to contain Vitamin D3, a vitamin normally obtained from the sun. This breakthrough natural product is certainly no fool!

In addition to its nutritional value, hemp is also extremely eco-friendly and sustainable to farm. It’s fast-growing, robust and water efficient making hemp the logical alternative to materials such as cotton.

Hemp’s helping ways

Hemp seeds:

  • Are a great natural source of protein, containing all 20 amino acids, including the nine essential amino acids the body can’t make.
  • Contain more than 30 per cent healthy fat, with all three essential fatty acids (Omega- 3, 6 and 9) needed for the human body to function.
  • Contain both soluble and insoluble fibre, which can aid digestion.
  • Are low allergy.
  • Can be used by vegans and vegetarians.


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