Hemp seed is the most nutritious and most digestible food on the earth. It is the most comprehensive source of protein, amino acids and fatty acids needed by the human body. It is the only food that can provide all the daily dietary nutrients needed by the human body. It is a food that can sustain human life without any other source of nutrition.

Hemp seed contains 35% carbohydrate, 30% protein, 35% fiber, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, and rich vitamin E and saturated fatty acid ( no more than 8% ).

The protein content of hemp seed is as high as 25%~31%, second only to the protein content of soybean (35%). Because hemp seed contains 33% albumin and 65% hemp globulin, which is similar to protein composition in human blood, the protein of hemp seed is very easy to be digested and absorbed by the human body.

Hemp seed - the perfect protein source

Eating a small bag of hemp seeds every day can guarantee the protein demand of adults for one day. There is no food on earth that can provide such comprehensive protein nutrition as hemp seeds, and at the same time, it is easily digested and absorbed, even if soybeans are not comparable. The protein contained in soybeans is actually difficult to digest and absorb by the human body.

Compared with other high-protein foods such as egg white, tofu, breast milk, whole milk, etc., hemp has a much higher protein content than other high-protein foods. Therefore, Hemp seed is a well-deserved source of “perfect protein”.

As a result of people’s pursuit of health, more consumers are adopting vegan or lactose-free diets, while others are turning to plant-based foods for other perceived health benefits. Meanwhile, in the move to offer something new, an increasing variety of non-soy plant-based ingredients are appearing, including cereals such as rice, oats, and barley, but none of them is comparable to hemp. With the increase in product innovation in the food and beverage industry, Hemp is widely used in the food and health industry in various forms. Can hemp expand more markets and occupy new highlands? We will wait and see…

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