Hemp is a plant of the Cannabinaceae family. Originally from Central Asia, this plant is one of the oldest cultures of humanity. Usually used for industrial purposes: textile, building, plastics, etc.. It shows a renewed interest since the recognition of its nutritional benefits. After hulling and de-oiling of hemp seeds, we obtain hemp protein powder. Naming it as such is somewhat reductive, as it is much more than just protein: it is a whole matrix of nutrients beneficial to health. Alongside the proteins, we find magnesium and potassium: this trio is more than interesting for athletes, they improve recovery and participate in muscle function. Let us also note the presence of carbohydrates: sugar contributes to the formation of glycogen and to the nitrogenous saving (preserves proteins). In short, this superfood is undoubtedly the ally of the sportsmen. Latin name: Cannabis sativa L. Botanical family: Cannabinaceae. Part used: Seed.
Hemp protein powder is a concentrate of energy and nutrients. It is best to increase the doses as you go along in order to avoid unpleasant side effects. In cure or for pleasure, 5 to 15 g of Hemp protein powder per day, or 1 to 3 teaspoon(s) per day.
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10g of Hemp Protein Powder contains a significant portion of the Population Nutrient Reference (PNR) for the following nutrients: Protein, Magnesium, Phosphorus. They also contain, to a lesser extent, Fiber, Iron, Potassium and Vitamin E.
As such, hemp protein can complement your healthy and varied diet.
Hemp protein powder is extremely rich in protein. This strong contribution stimulates muscular anabolism which develops the lean mass and contributes to muscular recovery. Also providing magnesium and potassium, Hemp protein powder is ideal to fight against muscle contraction disorders.
Hemp protein powder helps regulate blood sugar, cholesterol and triglycerides. Its low sugar content and richness in fiber modulates the absorption of nutrients, helping the body to regulate the arrival of nutrients. This powder is therefore suitable for diabetes or dyslipidemia (hypercholesterolemia or hypertriglyceridemia). Especially since it reduces the risks of vascular complications caused by these diseases. Indeed, it is also anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory, it limits the progression of atheromatous plaques.
Hemp protein powder fights against fatigue. It is therefore perfect before, during and after a sports competition to stimulate and help the body to recover from the event. Indeed, the iron and magnesium it contains are known to fight fatigue. Also, it brings carbohydrates: essential to reform the stocks of glycogen. The carbohydrates form the ATP (energy used by the body to function, like the muscles to contract).
In addition, Hemp protein powder prevents iron deficiency which leads to a decrease in intellectual performance. In short, it supports both physical and mental resistance.
An insufficient consumption of fiber increases the risk of constipation. Hemp protein powder is rich in fiber and will thus restore digestive transit. Therefore, a cure of Hemp proteins fights against digestive transit disorders, to be integrated, obviously, within a varied and balanced diet.
Hemp protein powder preserves the bones. As a magnesium and phosphorus vector (two minerals stored in the skeleton), it prevents fractures by contributing to bone mineralization. Proteins also contribute to bone health. Indeed, proteins form the protein framework of the bone, which corresponds to the structure that allows minerals to "cling".
Hemp protein powder contains magnesium and phosphorus. These two minerals contribute to the maintenance of the teeth. Thus, this superfood is beneficial for oral health.
Hemp is an angiosperm plant belonging to the Cannabinaceae family. This annual plant is generally 1 to 2 m high. It likes bright environments and a basic pH soil. It is estimated that its culture is among the oldest of humanity. Its exact origin is difficult to identify. Archaeobotanical studies have found the first traces of Hemp in Central Asia. Subsequently, Hemp would have been introduced into Europe, as an agricultural plant, during the Bronze Age (from 22ᵉ to 16ᵉ century BC).
Everything is good in Hemp! Indeed, all the parts of the plant are used to obtain paper, fabric, rope, biocompounds with strong insulating power, fuel, biodegradable plastic, antibacterial detergents and recently food products, such as oil, flour, beer, etc.
Hemp protein powder is technically an achene. Recently, Hemp has seen its interest in food explode, France benefits from this craze as it is the largest producer of Hemp in Europe. From an international point of view, China is the world leader in Hemp. Concerning the inflorescences, these are not authorized to the harvest in France, because of the presence of molecule of the class of the cannabinoids.Hemp Protein from...
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