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Hemp products for every family member at home

We all know hemp seeds are incredibly nutritious, but before we jump into the details, let’s clear up any confusion: hemp seeds and the oil that’s extracted from them won’t get you, your parents or your baby high. Rest assured, hemp seed, hemp-seed oil, and hemp protein powder are now recognised as safe for consumption by the gvernment. FSSAI-approved food products made with Hemp are readily available in supermarkets today. Additionally, restaurants and cloud kitchens that specialize in hemp menus are worth checking out.


You know by now that Hemp is a suitable superfood for you to try. But what about the rest of your family? In today’s post we’re going to cover how this superfood is ideal for your little ones to your senior family members and everyone in between -furry ones included (which we will cover elaborately in our next blog post)


Hemp Hearts for your baby (6months - 15years)


Hemp is a fantastic ingredient for enhancing your baby's diet as well as helping with constipation. The essential amino acids in hemp seeds give your baby's body the nutrition it needs to thrive. They are a complete protein, meaning they have every amino acid the body requires. Additionally, they contain copper, fiber, selenium, vitamins A and B6, and zinc, which are all essential nutrients.


Hemp hearts are easy to digest and can be sprinkled over all your baby's meals. Children can be given hemp from the age of 6 months onwards. Sprinkle a pinch of hemp seeds on any of the soft foods. Take your baby on a healthy ride with this healthy option!



Hemp Trail Mix for young adults (15-40years)

 

Plant-based and vegan options have become increasingly popular among this age group in recent years. Usually, people are on the lookout for healthy snack options. The portability and convenience of trail mix make it a great snacking option on the go. If you're travelling, hiking, or going on a road trip, this is a perfect option for good energy and is compact ways to carry. The high fiber and protein content of this snack helps satisfy snack cravings and prevent hunger pangs.



Hemp protein for mature adults (40-60 years)

 

Taking on multiple roles at this stage requires a lot of mental, emotional, and most importantly, internal health checks.  The hemp protein food is the perfect solution for maintaining nutrient density, keeping hormone levels in check, and regulating energy levels throughout the day! The majority of hemp fat is polyunsaturated, hemp contains a lot of protein, and it mainly contains good fat. Since it is low in carbohydrates, but high in fibre, it is ideal for any diet.

 


Hemp-seed oil for the elderly (60years onwards)

 

The process of growing old comes with its own quirks. There are a lot of common health conditions that are more prevalent among seniors that comes with age. When it comes to addressing problems associated with ageing, Hemp has shown itself to be a natural and safe alternative to pharmaceuticals. 

Hemp can help treat a wide range of conditions associated with seniors, such as pain, inflammation, arthritis, sleep disorders, and neurodegenerative diseases. Hemp-seed oil can be applied topically to the skin or drizzled into daily foods. Long-term practice will result in holistic results. Before you begin using the product, we reckon you speak with your physician and research as well.

Know any seniors who might benefit from having an improved quality of life, do share this with them!



NOTE:

The content provided in this article is intended to be general information and is not provided in the course of a professional relationship between a healthcare provider and a patient. Any information included about Hemp products in this article does not reflect health claims made by the company. We make no diagnosis of your condition or recommendation about the most appropriate course of usage or treatment. The information provided to you is not intended to be a substitute for obtaining medical advice from your own healthcare provider, and any diagnosis or treatment decisions made by you should be made in consultation with your healthcare provider.





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