With a rich, nutty taste and amazing versatility, these amazing little seeds can be an important part of any meal! Each serving of Hemp Hearts offers 10g of plant protein, 12g of Omegas 3 & 6, all 9 essential amino acids. We take only the freshest, highest quality hemp seeds from field to table.
You’ll never run out of new, exciting ways to use Hemp Hearts! Need some starter ideas? Sprinkle Hemp Hearts on salads, cereal, yogurt, or blend them into smoothies. Before long they’ll be a staple in your pantry!
What is the nutritional value of hemp hearts?
Hemp seeds are rich in healthy fats and essential fatty acids. They are also a great protein source and contain high amounts of vitamin E, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, magnesium, sulfur, calcium, iron and zinc.
5 Tips for cooking with Hemp-Hearts-Shelled-Hemp-Seeds,
- Sprinkle on top of salads & sides.
- Think salads, popcorn, yogurt, avocado toast, eggs, roasted veggies, rice, chicken, fish and more. …
- Add to baked goods, bites & burgers. …
- Blend with drinks and dressings. …
Stir into soups & sauces. …
- Drizzle Hemp Oil.
How Much Hemp-Hearts-Shelled-Hemp-Seeds Should I eat Daily?
Two tablespoons of hemp seed serve up 90 calories and six grams of fat. Watching what you eat? I say, “Keep sprinkling!” That two-tablespoon serving size offers two grams of fiber, five grams of protein, 300 mg of potassium, 15 percent of your vitamin-A requirement and 25 percent of your daily iron needs.
Is it ok to eat Hemp-Hearts-Shelled-Hemp-Seeds every day?
While the fat content in hemp seeds comes primarily from its healthy essential fatty acids, eat them in moderation to meet your recommended daily consumption of fat. High fat intake can also cause nausea or diarrhea. Hemp seeds may interact with certain medications including anticoagulants.