Hemp protein is a powder made from the seeds of the hemp plant. Hemp protein is non-toxic, all natural, and a much more economical way to supplement your food or grow your own plants.

It’s great because it has no cholesterol, no cholesterol at all, and no nasty ingredients like soybeans or dairy.

It’s great because you get protein from all animal sources (like eggs and meat) instead of just from just the meat you eat, and you can get a high-quality source of protein from plants in your diet (like hemp seeds).

It’s great because hemp protein has zero fat, zero cholesterol, and no cholesterol at all! In fact, it has no fat at all!

You just need to add it to anything, smoothies, shakes, smoothies with fruit, pancakes, waffles, etc. And of course, it’s also great for vegan protein powders, also there are other uses for hemp like hemp oil which is used for many health reasons, and there are options like Synchronicity Hemp Oil which help a lot in this area.

Lecithin is an all natural source of fat, heart healthy, and naturally found in all things omega-3!

It’s rich in potassium, calcium, and magnesium which support the heart, make the bones strong, and help with the immune system.

It’s low in sugar, preservatives, and gluten-containing ingredients.

It’s also healthy for the body in other ways!

To learn more about lecithin, how to make your own lecithin-containing foods, the health benefits, and a video review of why lecithin is your best friend, check out my infographic, Lecithin for Heart Health!

Don’t have a coffee machine yet? Don’t worry! You can make this in a high quality coffee grinder (like the one from Blenderr!).

What should you look for in a good hemp seed protein powder?

Look for high quality organic and/or non-GMO hemp protein powder. In the USA, 80% of organic soy products are genetically modified, but our government is fast becoming a GMO-free country. Check the ingredients of your protein powder!

Look for raw materials that are pure, non-GMO and organic (the more organic the better!).

Look for ingredients that have been laboratory tested by certified laboratories. There is a common misconception that only FDA-approved labs are considered good labs. In fact, no certification is needed to test your protein powder for safety and quality, as long as it contains all ingredients.

Find nutritional information on your hemp protein powder! (See these nutrition facts for many types of hemp protein powders).

Can I use it as a protein supplement instead of a solid food?

You bet! You can use it as a food substitute for anything you enjoy! Try this recipe for HEMP ENERGY TUBE SWEETENER, or use it as a protein powder for your morning smoothie.

How does hemp seed protein work?

Hemp protein has 10% protein by weight, that’s twice the amount of protein as whey.

The protein in hemp is non-digestible, and so you don’t need to worry about swallowing it to get all the nutrients you need.

If you do, however, want to make sure you can absorb all the nutrients from your hemp protein, just add 1 Tablespoon of coconut oil and 1 Tablespoon of hemp seed oil into a small glass of water.