What to do when you don’t have much in the fridge and you want a hearty breakfast? Throw it together! These Hemp Seed, Peach, and Cottage Cheese Pancakes were a result of just that. They’re fluffy, full of fiber, and gluten-free too!
Hemp seed is your superfood answer to a sluggish metabolism, a wrecked gastrointesinal tract, and unbalanced hormones. For many years, hemp seed was avoided because of it’s relationship to the drug Cannabis (marijuana). However, hemp seed DOES NOT cause any adverse reactions when consumed.
Hemp seed is an excellent balance of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. This 3:1 balance helps promote cardiovascular health. Hemp seed also contain gamma linolenic acid (GLA), an essential omega-6 fatty acid that is found in egg yolks that have been shown to help improve hormonal balance.
This superfoods is considered a “complete protein” as it contains all 20 the non-essential amino acids and all nine of the essential amino acids that the body needs. It’s high fiber content also naturally helps to cleanse the colon and helps to reduce your sugar cravings.
Need to lose some weight? Hemp seed acts as a natural appetite suppressant, keeping you full for longer periods of time. Adding 4 tbsp. of hemp seeds to your breakfast in the morning can help curb hunger throughout the rest of the day!
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