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hemp seed properties peeled (without peel) Hemp seeds have about 24% vegetable protein, with a unique combination if we compare them with the majority of plant foods. They also possess all 8 essential amino acids for the synthesis of proteins. Amino acids are the element with which our body is able to produce the proteins essential to its operation. This is one of the reasons why these seeds are today regarded as one of the most nutritious and complete foods, Essential amino acids content from the hemp seeds are: leucine, isoleucine, phenylalanine, lysine, methionine, threonine, tryptophan and valine. The fat fraction of shelled hemp seed is composed of approximately 75% from polyunsaturated fats, such as linoleic acid and alpha-linoleic. It is considered essential polyunsaturated fatty acids for the proper functioning of muscles, nerve receptors and numerous glands in our body. Also in omega-3 and omega-6, hemp seed fatty acids, are present in a proportional ratio considered optimal (3: 1) and useful for the regulation of the metabolic activity of the organism. Also excellent vitamin content of hemp seed, especially the presence of vitamin E, very important for its antioxidant action. In addition to vitamin E in the hemp seeds are mineral salts such as potassium, magnesium and calcium. And 'especially the high presence of polyunsaturated acids that make these seeds so valuable, especially to combat and prevent various diseases such as atherosclerosis, cardiovascular disease, high cholesterol, arthritis, respiratory disorders, eczema and acne. How to Use Them If you want to preserve all the nutrients, hemp seeds should never be cooked. The shelled hemp seeds can hire as they are raw. add as a seasoning in our salads or fruit salads, to prepare smoothies, or as an adjunct in yogurt, prepare a pesto (with extra virgin olive oil, salt, garlic, basil and peeled) etc ..