- Product Dimensions: 24.1 x 17.8 x 10.2 cm
- Item model number: 104209-2
- ASIN: B00856TSCC
- Date first available at Amazon.in: 26 May 2016
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Manitoba Harvest Hemp Hearts Raw Shelled Hemp Seeds, natural flavor, 1 Pound.
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Hemp hearts are the very best and most nutritious part of the hemp seed. By shelling the hemp seed, you get only the center, with its raw nutrition, rich nutty flavor and tender crunch. So easy to use, eat them straight out of the package or sprinkle on anything - salad, cereal or yogurt - the only limit is your imagination. Unlike some other seeds, there is no need to grind Hemp Hearts to get at the incredible nutrition. They are full of protein with 10 grams of complete (all the amino acids), plant-based protein per 30 gram (3 tablespoons) serving size. Hemp Hearts are also a great way to add omegas or EFAs (essential fatty acids) to your diet. According to the World Health Organization, the ideal ratio of Omega-6 to Omega-3 EFAs is 4:1 and the naturally occurring ratio in Hemp Hearts is 3.75:1. Hemp Hearts contain more protein and omegas and less carbs than a similar serving of Chia or Flax. Manitoba Harvest is the world's largest hemp food manufacturer to grow, make and sell our own line of hemp foods. Our producer partners deliver whole seed directly to our state-of-the-art, BRC (the highest level of food safety and quality certification in the world) certified facility. Here we remove the hard outer shell of the hemp seed, leaving just the soft, tasty Hemp Heart, which are tested for quality then sealed in a modified atmosphere, light impermeable package to lock in the freshness. All of our packaging includes the 'packaged on' and 'best before' dates to ensure you're getting the highest quality product available. Hemp Hearts, as with all Manitoba Harvest products, is Non-GMO Project Verified.
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Compared to the chia seeds I tried last week, there are some strong points and some weak points. The hemp seeds don't stick in the packet as much as the chia seeds do, so you can actually get them all out. And they don't make the oatmeal quite as gelatinous as the chia seeds. However, the taste is more noticeable, and it's not neutral. It's not a bad taste, but it's different and (for me) takes a bit of getting used to. There's something vaguely coconut-like about it, but I'd hesitate to say these tasted like coconut. At any rate, no point in analyzing it further, I just wanted to make you aware that these do have a flavor, so be prepared for that.
These are quite high in fat, with 1.5g of saturated fat. However, there are 10g of polyunsaturated fat and 1.5g of monounsaturated fat (you know, the "good" plant fats). And they're cholesterol free. These are also quite high in fiber and protein and have very little sugar. What's truly amazing about them, though, is the level of some nutrients: these are high in phosphorus (45%), magnesium (45%), and manganese (110%), as well as having decent amounts of iron and several B vitamins. It's so much better to get your nutrients from whole foods instead of vitamin supplements if you can, and these are pretty awesome in that regard.
I am definitely considering buying these again (they're also vegan, Kosher, and non-GMO, and they're sustainably harvested).
Update 5/27/14: I have bought these again (from Whole Foods, hence no Verified Purchase label). They're actually more affordable than several other brands. And I have gotten used to the taste and don't notice it so much any more.