A 100-gram portion of hulled Hemp seeds supplies around 586 calories or around a quarter of your daily recommended caloric intake.
Hempseed’s contain some 20 amino acids including 9 essential ones that are only available through the diet as the body cannot synthesize these compounds.
When cultivated Hemp absorbs heavy metals and desalinates the soil. It can also be used to remove radioactive contaminants in soil. It uses far fewer pesticides and herbicides and is so versatile enough that it can grow virtually anywhere on Earth.
Hemp paper, for example, can be recycled 7 to 8 times, compared with only 3 times for wood pulp paper. Think of all those trees felled unnecessarily. All those newspapers, magazines, toilet rolls, till receipts, notepads, books and more that could have been made from an environmentally friendly source like Hemp.
If there is one universal goal, it has got to be the struggle of becoming healthier. Everyone in the world, except a fair few people, want to adopt a healthier lifestyle for hundreds of reasons. The main aspect of a healthy life is food.
Carob has a number of advantages over cocoa powder and is therefore often used to make what has come to be known as 'healthy chocolate'. Unlike chocolate, Carob contains no caffeine or theobromine. Caffeine and theobromine found in chocolate are both well-known stimulants that can trigger restlessness, sleepless nights, irregular heartbeat and even withdrawal symptoms.