Healthworks Hemp Seeds Canadian Shelled (2lb / 32oz) | Pesticide-Free, Premium & All-Natural | Contains Omega 3 & 6, Fiber and Protein | Great with Shakes, Smoothies & Oatmeal

June 12, 2019 - Comment

With roots tracing back thousands of years to Chines, Egyptian, Persian amongst many cultures, Hemp Seeds have always been a highly revered food source. Early American settlers were given free land to grow hemp which shows its importance! Healthworks Raw Hemp Seeds from Canada, contain protein, dietary fiber, magnesium, amino acids and essential fatty acids,

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With roots tracing back thousands of years to Chines, Egyptian, Persian amongst many cultures, Hemp Seeds have always been a highly revered food source. Early American settlers were given free land to grow hemp which shows its importance!

Healthworks Raw Hemp Seeds from Canada, contain protein, dietary fiber, magnesium, amino acids and essential fatty acids, making them an excellent raw and all-natural superfood! An excellent source of Hemp Protein.

These Hemp seeds are shelled to only leave behind the soft hemp hearts. Hemp seeds have a rich nutty taste making them a great topping on numerous recipes. You can even use hemp seeds to make hemp milk for a great dairy-free option.

Healthy & Delicious, add Healthworks Hemp Seeds to your diet and reap the benefits!

Recommended to try with: Smoothies, Shakes, Baked Goods, Oatmeal, Puddings, Yogurt, Baked Goods (Protein Cookies & Cakes), Energy Balls, Granola, Salads, Crusts, Salads, Pies, Coconut & more! Our Hemp Seed also go very well with Healthworks Coconut Oil, Almond Flour & Chia Seed!

Product Features

  • PREMIUM RAW HEMP SEEDS: Healthworks Hemp Seeds are all-natural, raw, vegan, vegetarian, keto and paleo friendly, soy-free & dairy-free! Hemp seeds are a great option for those unable to tolerate nuts, gluten, lactose or sugar. Free of additives and harmful ingredients. With a slight nutty taste similar to a sunflower seed, our Hemp Seeds are a delicious addition to your diet.
  • MANY BENEFITS & NUTRIENTS: Healthworks Hemp Seeds are an excellent sustainable source of essential fatty acids including Omega 3, Omega 6, and GLA in the perfect balance. They are low in carbohydrates while a great plant-based protein source. Raw, Juicing, Vegan, Paleo, Keto, Clean Eating, Wellness, Active, Biohacking, Life Hacking, Yoga, Spiritual, Blending, Non-GMO, Plant Based.
  • COUNTLESS RECIPES: With a rich nutty flavor, our Hemp Seeds can be eaten raw, ground into a meal, made into hemp milk, sprinkled onto food such as smoothies, cereal, oatmeal, granola, protein bars, energy bars, yogurt, salads and toast, and used in baking breads, cookies or muffins, or in pesto, dips, soups and stews.
  • NATURAL ORIGIN: Healthworks Hemp Seeds are hand selected from small sustainable farmers. We have been a market leader for many years and strive to provide only the very best nature has to offer.
  • OUR MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE: 100% Money-Back Satisfaction Guarantee, No Questions Asked! We will offer a 30-day money back guarantee on any product you have purchased from HEALTHWORKS directly.

Comments

Anonymous says:

A fine product… I’ve been using raw, shelled, highly nutritious hemp seed for quite a few years, formerly buying it in the five pound bag. It’s just become too expensive for that though. This two pound Healthworks product is a good substitute. It’s a high quality product in a re-sealable pouch. I will buy it again.Now for the rant. The hemp plant is probably the most useful on the entire planet. You can eat it, wear it, cook with it, write on it, print on it. Sailing ships could never have discovered the new world without it. It’s more nutritious than cotton seed. It would make a better fuel additive than corn, and takes nothing to grow it. It is a weed. Here in the uptight USA though, we can’t grow it because someone might actually grow a pot plant out in the middle of the field. Consequently, it mostly comes from Canada and is much more expensive than it should be. Want to save the trees? Feed the hungry? Legalize hemp.

Anonymous says:

I liked the taste and freshness of these chia seeds UNTIL … Well, I liked the taste and freshness of these chia seeds UNTIL I took them out of the refrigerator and stored them in a cabinet. Soon when I used them, I noticed what looked like little strings of web with seeds stuck to them. Next thing I know there are moths flying around in the double bagged chia seeds. Moths, plural. They were probably dormant in the fridge but in warm house temps they hatched! Amazon says it’s too late to return them so maybe the birds will eat them ’cause I’m not. If there are moths, then there are eggs and worms first.

Anonymous says:

Excellent source of Chia I have been a happy consumer of chia seeds from a number of sources over the years, and recently tried this top rated seller’s version; it compared very favorably with my current favorite from employee owned . HealthWorks sells the five pound bag for about the price you pay for four pounds from Bob’s. However, Bob’s is on the Subscribe and Save program so at the end of the day, the price is almost the same.Bottom line here: two great sources, hitting my pocket book at the same strength — so Pick ‘Em.As a fan of chia, I thought it useful to have a public place to refer friends and acquaintances to who might want to learn about them. Following is the result of study over the past several years.Chia is an edible seed that comes from the desert plant Salvia hispanica, a member of the mint family that grows abundantly in southern Mexico…

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