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100 grams of Hemp Seeds contain:

Energy: 389 kcal/ 1641 kj

Protein: 50,1 g

Carbohydrates: 29,9 g

Sugars: 2,7 g

Fat: 10,5 g

-saturated: 1,66 g

-monounsaturated: 0,95 g

-polyunsaturated: 7,9 g

-omega-6: 56,1%

-omega-3: 19,08%

Fiber: 19,5 g

Salt: 0,02 mg

Origin: The Baltics

Why is it good?

Hemp is well-known as an excellent source of nutrition and energy. Hemp protein contains all 10 essential amino acids necessary for optimal health, making it a complete protein, and it also has a good balance of essential fatty acids. It’s a remarkably good protein source with more than 3,5 grams of protein per tablespoon. 

It's one of the plant kingdom’s best sources of easily digestible, high-quality proteins, that helps to build and repair tissue and build lean muscle mass. Unlike soy, hemp does not contain enzyme inhibitors and phytates, so the nutrients in hemp can be easily absorbed by the body.


Hemp is also super high in fibre that helps the body eliminate toxins and to stay full for longer periods of time. This plant powered protein also provides vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and chlorophyll. Sommer Foods certified organic hemp protein is vegan, gluten free, chemical-free, wheat-free, yeast-free, and non-genetically modified. It contains no sugar, no saturated fatty acids, no trans fat, no cholesterol, and no THC.


 Documented Health Benefits of Hemp Protein:

  • Increased energy, strength, and productivity

  • Improved immune system

  • Improved metabolism and digestion

  • Reduced cholesterol and blood pressure

  • Reduced food cravings

The hemp plant is a renewable green resource for more than 50,000 products, including food, body and health care products, cosmetics, medicine, paper, plastics, construction, textiles, food, ethanol, fuel, and much more! Using more hemp will help create environmentally friendly industries and help settle the standoff between economics and ecology.

How to use it?

Sommer Foods organic hemp protein powder has a mild taste, making it a perfect addition to a smoothie or shake for breakfast or a pre- or post-workout protein boost.


You can also simply blend hemp protein powder with your favorite milk, cereal, yogurt, pancakes, muffins, brownies, cakes and breads and more. 

You can use it even as a partial substitute for flour in some baking recipes. You can replace about 25% of the total amount of flour with hemp protein powder.

Organic Hemp Protein Shake

2 Tbsp organic hemp protein powder 

1 cup (250 ml) water

1 ripe banana

1 handful blueberries

1 tsp Maca Powder

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