The incredible health benefits of hemp protein

Author: BH Supplements

Read Time:   |  13th March 2020

Are you trying to find a way to increase your protein intake? The perfect solution is nature’s best source of plant-based protein made of hemp seeds. Besides, hemp protein powder is so easy to mix with your morning smoothies or the juice of your choice.

Hemp protein powder is possibly the best vegan protein powder as it contains 20 amino acids, including the nine essential amino acids that your body cannot produce on its own but it has to get it from food. It is also loaded with healthy omega fatty acids and higher levels of fibre than other protein powders on the market.

In a nutshell, there is a multitude of health benefits that hemp protein powder can bring to you. For examples, research shows that hemp powder supports the immune system and reduces fatigue. To understand the reality of the other benefits, we need to have a closer look at the biochemical structure of this incredible plant.

Important info about the hemp plant

Hemp belongs to the Cannabis plant family, but it’s grown for a) seed production b) the fibres in the stalk. Hemp does not contain a measurable level of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) – which is the psychoactive element known for inducing experiences of expanded consciousness.

Besides, THC has been thoroughly tested in scientific experiments and the results show that it has considerable health benefits – if it isn’t smoked. There is only about 0.3 – to 1.5 percent THC found in hemp, while marijuana contains from 5 up to 10 percent THC (or even more). Eating hemp is completely safe, healthy and legal. (While smoking marijuana has many detrimental health effects, especially for teenagers whose brain is still developing!)

Hemp seeds contain 20 amino acids – including the nine essential amino acids: methionine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, histidine, threonine, valine and tryptophan. Amino acids are building blocks for proteins – that makes 20 percent of our body.

Proteins play a key role in almost all biological processes in human body. Also, a large percentage of our cells, tissues and muscles are made of amino acids.  They also provide the transport and storage of nutrients and are essential for healing wounds and repairing tissues.

What are the benefits of adding hemp protein powder to your diet?

Hemp protein powder is made from the hemp seeds. It has a neutral taste with a slightly nutty flavour and is a great food supplement with multiple health benefits.

Hemp contains high levels of vitamins A, C and E, beta-carotene and are a rich source of plant-based protein, minerals like magnesium, calcium, zinc, iron, phosphorus, potassium and fibre. Plus hemp has been found to have an ideal ratio and balance between omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids.

Omega-3 fatty acids are associated with the reduction in the risk of cardiovascular disease, lowering blood pressure, protecting the nervous system from damage and contributing to lower systemic inflammation. Omega-6 fatty acids, that are usually considered pro-inflammatory, still have some beneficial functions, as they’re involved in skin and hair growth, bone health, brain function and metabolism.

One of the most well-known properties of hemp seeds is that they are a great source of plant-based protein (2-3 tablespoon, provide about 11 grams) and they contain all the essential amino acids that aren’t produced in the body and need to be obtained from diet.

Enhanced Formula: BH Supplement Hemp Protein +

If you choose BH Supplement’s Hemp protein powder, you will increase the nutritional value by at least 100%.

HEMP Protein+ powder provides complete, balanced and natural protein from hemp (46.4g per 100g), as well as a broad range of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and phytonutrients from 15 other superfoods and herbs.  It beats single-ingredient protein powders hands down!

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