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The whole hemp seed in all it’s wholesome glory, shell and all, is a number one source for insoluble fiber, with the added benefit of also being a source of protein and minerals. Available in 1 lb, 5 lb bags and 25 lb buckets for retail purchase as well as 50lb bulk bags and 2000lb totes for wholesale purchase. (please contact email@example.com for bulk/wholesale orders)
We should all eat more fiber. The gut-healthy fiber we should be after is insoluble fiber to aid with a well functioning digestive tract and diet. Whole hemp seeds are an excellent source of soluble and insoluble fiber, amongst other wonderful nutritious content such as protein and minerals. Their wonderful fiber profile is complemented by a unique rich nutty flavor and surprising texture. The shell of the whole hemp seed creates a pop and crunch when you eat it, much like the skin of a popped corn kernel. The shell is the key component of the whole hemp seed’s fame containing fiber as well as minerals and carbohydrates. This hemp food product is our only non-raw hemp food as it is lightly toasted in a commercial oven via infrared heat to comply with the sterilization laws in Canada for whole hemp seed. The sterilization process does minimal damage to the whole seed; the proteins are not affected, the minerals are not affected. The essential fatty acid profile is unfortunately affected and the vitamins are slightly affected. However, hemp seeds are not a valuable source of vitamins, which can also be said for any seed or nut. The whole hemp seeds we offer are available certified organic. Like all of our hemp seed products, our whole hemp seeds are Non-GMO and grown in Canada and is of the very best possible quality and freshness.
Soluble fiber dissolves in water, and what this actually does in your system is attracts water, absorbing it and creating a viscous substance to help slow down digesting – hence the feeling of feeling full for longer. Soluble fiber helps regulate the way your body digests food and has many positive outcomes such as decreasing the amount of insulin you need at once, which in turn regulates the absorption of sugars and interferes with cholesterol absorption, which lowers bad LDL cholesterol in your blood. Here is where the story gets interesting however. Insoluble fiber is one of the most important things in our diet simply because we don’t eat enough of it with so many processed foods out there today. Eating a diet high in insoluble fiber ensures that you will have a good clean intestinal tract, which is one of the most important things to maintaining good health. Insoluble fiber does not absorb water and therefore passes through the intestinal system pretty well intact, has a laxative effect and adds bulk or roughage to the diet helping prevent constipation. This type of fiber also speeds up the passage of food and waste through the intestinal system. Common sources of insoluble fiber you are probably already eating are things like whole grains, wheat bran, whole rice, grapes etc. Saving the best for last however of course are whole hemp seeds, a high insoluble fiber food that unlike a lot of its competitors contains less starches and sugars.
Store in a cool (<20C), dry place, out of direct sunlight. This product is less sensitive than our other raw hemp food products and does not require refrigerated storage to prolong freshness, room temperature is fine.
Product is best before 14 months from manufacture date, please note the lot number and best before date marked on each container. Once opened the shelf life is approximately 9-12 months when stored at room temperature or less. Product freshness highly depends on storage conditions.
The shell of the whole hemp seed provides a satisfying pop and crunch. This makes whole hemp seeds less ideal for incorporating into blended and creamy textured foods such as dressings or smoothies but still excellent for salads, granola, cereals, desert bars. It adds a pop in your mouth to your favourite baking recipes or of course just a snack on its own. If you have difficulty manually digesting foods or have sensitive teeth or dental work but need to get that fiber in you, try lightly blending the whole hemp seeds using an electric nut grinder/processor or coffee grinder to break up the shells. Especially for kids, try seasoning and lightly toasting hemp seeds with various prepared flavoured seasonings to make eating them on their own more exciting.