Hemp - what is it and where does it come from? Hemp comes from the nut of the
same name and it contains mostly oil.

Body builders and athletes like organic hemp powder because it contains a lot of good,
muscle building protein.

Products made from hemp are green because of the high amount of chlorophyll it
contains. Hemp seeds have a rich nutty flavor that gives them a delicious taste. Some
people say hemp seeds taste like a combination of cashews and pine nuts.

Hemp seed is among those seeds with the lowest levels of saturated fats. Hemp in
every form (powder, oil, nuts, seeds) is incredibly nutritious. It is a complete protein,
chock full of essential oils in just the right combination for human consumption. Roughly
sixty-five percent of the protein found in hemp seed can be digested by the body in raw
form. Therefore, you can put hemp seeds in salads without the need to cook them.
Hemp is wonderful to use in cooking (oil).

The chlorophyll found in hemp powder, oil, nuts, and seeds causes them to have a
greenish hue. Chlorophyll promotes healing.

In hemp powder, oil, nuts, and seeds, the ratio of omega 6 and omega 3 fatty acids is
about 4/1. This is just the right ratio to benefit the body and aid in the prevention of
cancer and heart disease.

Hemp is great for athletes and bodybuilders because it boosts energy and builds
muscles. Hemp powder, oil, nuts, and seeds provide a tremendous energy boost for
everybody. Hemp is not just for body-builders. Go ahead and add hemp products to
your fat-burning diet.

Preparation of Hemp Oil, Powder, Nuts, and Seeds

A cold pressed oil, hemp oil must be refrigerated to stay fresh. Heat destroys nutrients,
so don't use it for sautéing. Hemp oil is wonderful when used in: salads, sauces, and
smoothies. Add it a tablespoon at a time.

There is a downside to using hemp powder, nuts, oil, and seeds. They can be
cost-prohibitive. The reason is that hemp must be imported. This is because it's related
to cannabis, the prime ingredient found in marijuana.

Hemp is great for use in clothing, food products, and 25,000 other things. Hemp is not a
drug or a habit-forming substance. You may become very attached to it, though,
because it is quite tasty!

There are prepared salad dressings that contain hemp, or you can make your own. You
can get granola that contains hemp. Adding hemp, hemp oil, seeds, and broccoli to
hummus is quite tasty. In dips, sauces, soups & stews, breads & muffins, salads, or just
as a snack, shelled hemp seeds are great.

Keep your hemp seeds in a cool, dry place. After the container has been opened, store it
in the refrigerator, where it will keep for a few months.

Look into it and give it a try. Hemp is great to add your fat-burning diet.

How Much Hemp Oil is the Right Amount?

One tablespoon constitutes one serving.

The amount you need varies according to the recipe you are making. It could be a
quarter cup or just a couple of tablespoons. Use the number of people you are serving
as a guide.

A couple of scoops of hemp powder equals approximately 30 grams. This amount
contains 115 calories and 2.8 grams of fat. There is no trans fat, about 0.4 grams of
saturated fat, 2 grams of polyunsaturated fat, one 1/2 grams of Omega 6, and 1/2 a
gram of Omega 3 fatty acids, as well as 0.4 grams of monounsaturated fat. There is no
cholesterol, nor is there any sodium. There are about thirteen grams of carbohydrate.
About half of this is dietary fiber. There are also about eleven grams of protein.

About The Author

Steve lives in the U.K. and loves to write about anything that is informative to the
reader. He covers a broad range of topics and ultimately hopes to provide value to your
read, whatever it may be.  Hemp Seed  is just one example of the many extraordinary
available - foods that will burn fat naturally, allowing you to lose
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Benefits of Hemp Seed for Burning Fat Naturally!
by Steve O'Connor   
Discover the incredible weight loss
benefits of hemp seed, how to best
prepare it, and how much you
should eat to get maximum benefit
from hemp seed - one of nature's
amazing fat burning foods.

Hemp seeds, nuts, oil And powder
are vital for a fat-burning diet.

Many people have gravitated
toward using hemp powder, oil,
nuts, and seeds lately. You can find
these products in supermarkets and
health food stores because they are
good for you.
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