Organic hemp oil is one of the most nutritious oil options on the market today. Cold pressed from organic hemp seeds, this unrefined oil contains all 20 amino acids, and has a healthy ratio of omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids, which are essential for good health. Organic hemp oil also contains gamma-linolenic and stearidonic acids, which are key to the process of healthy metabolism.
With a nutty flavor and a slight green hue, organic hemp oil is great in smoothies, salads, vegetables and pasta, and as a replacement for olive oil. However, it should be used raw or just gently heated to conserve its fatty acids – avoid using it to fry food.
For vegetarians and vegans, organic hemp oil is a great way to get plant based protein. Organic hemp oil contains more omega 3s than what is found in fish and most fish oils, too, making it a viable alternative to oils containing animal products.
Hemp is a very sustainable plant, grown without pesticides or herbicides. It is chemical free and non-GMO, making organic hemp oil a great choice for people with an interest in eco-friendliness and overall healthy lifestyle.
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Consuming organic red palm oil in raw form, or cooking it over low to medium heat rather than high, helps retain more of its good nutritional and health qualities. Drizzle it into cooked soups or mix it into veggies when they come out of the oven to maximize the benefits.
Organic coconut oil can be used not only for cooking, but also for skin and hair care. Use warm organic coconut oil on elbows, feet, and other especially dry areas. Add a bit of coconut oil to the bath. It’s even safe to be used on babies as a diaper rash cream!