Seeds and Polyunsaturated Fats – Figures (per 30g)

Polyunsaturated Fat in Seeds – Table

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Polyunsaturated Fat in Seeds – Chart

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  1. April 30, 2016

    […] Hulled hemp seeds consist 23% protein and whole hemp seeds ascend to 33%. Proteins in hemp seeds are high quality proteins (read more below – benefit #4). Carbohydrates account for 34% of a hulled hemp seed and 12% of a whole hemp seed. Carbohydrates in hemp seeds are ‘good’ carbohydrates. They are mainly composed of insoluble fiber which is essential to health, specifically to a colon health. Fats in hulled hemp seeds account for 32% and ascend to 44% in a whole hemp seed. Fats in hemp seeds are mainly  polyunsaturated fats, that is, ‘healthy’ fats. These fats are essential for health and are important for blood clotting, inflammation, muscle movement, cell membrane structure, covering nerves, etc. Interestingly, hemp seeds contain more polyunsaturated fats than other seeds such as flax, sesame, chia and sunflower seeds (for details, check out Polyunsaturated Fats in Hemp Seeds). […]