Choosing to eat hulled hemp seed like Bo’s Buds as part of your morning meal will help you to feel full throughout the day, while actually eating less. Our digestive systems work best with raw, unprocessed foods that release nutrients slowly but continuously. Insoluble and soluble fibre together will assist with digestion, and will help to relieve bloating and irregular bowel movements. A gift from Mother Nature!
Here at High on Health, we have no problem waxing poetic about how much we love hemp, how good it is for your health, what you can make with it, how you can wear it, and more! So this week, we thought it might be a nice change of pace to share ideas, praise, and recipes from other hemp lovers out there.
What was once trendy only for vegans and the lactose-intolerant, nut milks like almond and cashew are so delicious, all kinds of people are loving their non-dairy beverages each day. Whether you avoid animals milk for ethical reasons, an intolerance, or because you are concerned about the health problems associated with dairy, hemp milk is also a nutritious and tasty nut milk to add to your diet.
Like humans, our companion animals need a whole foods diet to stay healthy and vibrant. Hemp is not only a superfood for people, but for animals as well.
While the movement toward including hemp into our pets’ diets is still relatively new, veterinarians are starting to discover the value of this miracle food and recommend it.
With more and more people becoming aware of the benefits of limiting meat protein, even if just for digestion, demand on alternate protein resources is on the rise. Hemp protein is becoming increasingly popular for vegetarians and meat eaters alike. Protein is a necessary staple in our diets; how each person chooses to maintain their protein levels can vary depending on dietary constraints.