Why I love Manitoba Harvest Hemp Superfoods

Why I love Manitoba Harvest Hemp Superfoods

As a holistic chef and certified healing foods specialist, great taste and health benefits go hand in hand when I choose what foods I want to put in my body for vibrant health. Manitoba Harvest’s hemp superfood products meet my criteria for both with flying colors! Manitoba Harvest offers a great variety of top quality hemp products which I recommend you include in your diet on a regular basis if you want to enjoy vibrant health.

Manitoba Harvest Hemp Superfoods

I love all of Manitoba Harvest’s wonderful hemp products but my three favorites are the hemp hearts, hemp seed butter, and hemp pro70 because of their versatility and delicious taste.

 

Hemp hearts are the unshelled heart which is the most nutritious part of the hemp seed. Hemp hearts have a nutty taste and are delicious on their own or good in a variety of different recipes. I enjoy hemp hearts in smoothies, in salads, sprinkled on hot cereal or yogurt, and as the base for creamy dairy-free hemp milk.

 

Manitoba Harvest’s hemp seed butter is a smooth, creamy, nutty butter which is a great replacement for nut butters like peanut butter which some people have allergies to. Hemp seed butter is lower in fat and carbohydrates and higher in protein than many nut butters. Hemp seed butter is great with fruit or vegetables, on sprouted bread, in salad dressings, sauces or dips, in raw chocolate treats, and in smoothies.

 

Hemp Pro70 is a fantastic plant-based protein powder that is great to use in smoothies, puddings, salad dressings, and any recipe that you want to add more protein to. This nutty tasting powder is easy to digest and one of my favorite additions to my daily morning smoothies.

 

 

Manitoba Harvest Hemp Superfoods

The top health reasons why I adore hemp and recommend it to all of my clients are:

 

  • Hemp is a sustainable plant that is grown without the use of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, herbicides, or genetically modified seeds.
  • Hemp seeds contain gamma linoleic acid a rare form of omega-6 fatty acid that helps maintain healthy cholesterol, heart health, optimal hormone balance, and healthy blood pressure levels.
  • Hemp has a good balance of omega-3 to omega-6 essential fatty acids in a 3.75:1 ratio.
  • Hemp is nutrient-dense and is a great source of vitamin C, B vitamins, folic acid, potassium, magnesium, calcium, and chlorophyll.

 

Visit Manitoba Harvest’s website to find out more information about all of their delicious hemp products. Check back on my blog for future recipes which use hemp.

 

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Please note: This post was sponsored by Manitoba Harvest but my opinions about the products are my own.

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Comments

  1. Wow, I didn’t know you could grow hemp without pesticides or that it had the OMega-3 oils and was so nutritious. Is this food available for sale and consumption in the U. S. ? I was just wondering. Thanks so much for sharing this healthy information!

    ~ Jupiter Jim
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    • Shelley Alexander says:

      Hi Jim, Hemp foods are amazing and you can buy it in stores like Whole Foods and Sprouts Farmers Market or online from companies like Manitoba Harvest, Foods Alive, Essential Living Foods, and Living Harvest. I hope this helps.

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  3. Wait a minute? Hemp contains Omega 3 oils?

    Well, that’s new to me. It seems to contain a lot more good nutrients than I had previously anticipated.

    I’ve come to the point in my life where I really need to start living more healthy. For too long I’ve consumed pizzas and sodas. In my twenties I was able to bear this food, but now it makes me feel like crap.

    I’m currently switching to all organic, and after having read this… hemp is now one of the things I’ll be looking into.

    Thanks for the inspiration. Really.
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    • Yes it does Thomas! Hemp contains plant-based omega fatty acids. I am glad you are switching to all organic and I hope you enjoy using hemp! It is a fantastic addition to a healthy diet. Please stop again and try some of my recipes. 🙂
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