Da Perks of Poppin’ Hemp Seeds For Ya Health

Da Perks of Poppin' Hemp Seeds For Ya Health

Yo, what’s good? My name’s Dan and I’m here to tell you about the mad health benefits of hemp seeds. You might think hemp is all about getting high, but that’s just not true, fam. In fact, hemp seeds are packed with essential lipids like omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids that can help bring down your cholesterol and blood pressure. And that means your ticker will be in tip-top shape, you feel me?

Now, I know a lot of people think hemp is bad for you or it’s gonna make you trip out or whatever, but that’s just not true. So listen up while I drop some knowledge on you about the truth behind the most popular hemp-related myths and why you should be all about those hemp seeds.

First things first, these tiny seeds are like a superfood or something, they’re that nutritious. So if you’re looking to get healthy, you need to add hemp seeds to your diet ASAP. Here are some of the main benefits:

1. Control Hormones

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Yo, ladies, listen up! Hemp seeds contain Gamma-linolenic acid which can help regulate your thyroid and pancreatic hormones. That means fewer mood swings, less anxiety and depression – especially after menopause.

2. Reduce Heart Disease Risk

Cardiovascular disease is no joke, but eating hemp seeds can help lower your risk. That’s because these little guys have high levels of arginine, which is an amino acid that helps produce nitric oxide in your body. And that means lower blood pressure and less chance of heart problems.

3. Support Weight Loss

If you’re looking to lose weight, hemp seeds are the way to go. They’ve got lots of fiber and dietary fats which will keep you feeling full for longer so you don’t overeat. But remember, they’re also high in calories so don’t go crazy, OK?

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4. Get Some Sleep!

Stressed out? Can’t sleep? No problem! Hemp seeds are high in magnesium which is known for calming the body down and helping you chill out. Just grab a handful before bed and drift off into dreamland.

5. Complete Plant Protein

Hemp seeds have all 21 amino acids that your body needs to build muscle, repair tissue and give you energy for days. Plus they’ve got every essential amino acid that your body can’t make on its own, so if you’re hitting the gym and need some extra fuel, get those hemp seeds in ya!

6. Easing PMS

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Ladies, we all know how much PMS sucks. But studies have shown that taking essential fatty acids (EFA) found in hemp seeds can actually reduce PMS symptoms like cramps and mood swings. So next time Mother Nature comes knocking at your door, grab some hemp seeds instead of painkillers.

7. Protect Your Heart

I already mentioned how omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids in hemp seeds can help prevent heart disease, but did you know they can also keep your arteries open and lower blood pressure? It’s true! And arginines in hemp seeds are converted into nitric oxide which is crucial for heart health.

8. Build Muscle

If you’re looking for a new source of protein besides boring old eggs or fish, try hemp seeds! They’ve got a nutty flavor similar to sunflower seeds but are softer in texture. Plus they’re packed with protein to help with muscle growth and stamina.

So now that you’re all about those hemp seeds, how do you choose the best ones? Here are some things to look out for:

1) Toasted or Hulled?

You can get toasted or hulled (a.k.a hemp hearts) depending on what you need them for. Hemp hearts are generally easier to consume whereas toasted hemp seeds have a more crunchy texture.

2) Snack Attack

If you want a snack option try some spreads or bars made from hemp seed. There are so many ways to incorporate hemp seeds into your favorite snacks.

3) Location Location Location

Where the hemp was grown affects its quality – North American growers are preferred due to stricter regulations around farming practices.

4) Taste Test

Hemp seed has a nutty flavor like sunflower seed but softer texture.

So there ya go fam, the lowdown on why everyone should be getting on those hemp seeds! Stay healthy out there!

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