As opposed to hemp seeds, hemp hearts have their tough outer shells removed. As hemp shells are quite crunchy, stripping the hemp seed of its hull creates a more palatable product; however, removing the nutrient and fibe... More »

The benefits of hemp include the fact that hemp seeds are high in eicosapentaenoic acid omega-3, and docosahexaenoic omega-6, and are an excellent protein source, and high in alpha linoleic acid and gamma linoleic acid. ... More » Health Nutrition & Diets Nutritional Content

Hemp seeds provide all essential amino acids, making them a good protein source for people on a vegetarian diet, notes Shape. Hemp seeds are not known to cause allergic reactions, making them a safe source of nutrients f... More » Food Food Facts Beans & Nuts
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Hemp hearts, also known as hemp seeds, are a nutritionally dense food, high in fiber, protein, potassium, vitamin A and iron, states WebMD. Hemp seeds are also high in fatty acids, which fight inflammation and protect th... More » Food Food Facts