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Is CBD a superfood?
Superfood is the term used to describe natural and unprocessed foods. They are rich in many nutrients that have a positive effect on our bodies.
What are superfoods?
Increasing awareness in society has led us to seek out naturally derived products. Superfoods have a high ratio of nutrient density to energy density. Hemp contains essential and non-essential amino acids that are necessary for proper functioning. Amino acids contained in hemp such as edestin have an important function in the production of antibodies. The same can be said for the content of omega-3 and omega-6 unsaturated fatty acids, which we often lack in our diet. Taking hemp oils allows for better absorption of these acids, which goes hand in hand with their improved effects. Hemp also contains stearic acid, the supply of which from the outside is very important, as the body is unable to produce it itself. The valuable substances present in hemp products such as oils or dried products guarantee an improvement in health and well-being.
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What products do we consider to be superfoods?
Incorporating superfoods into our diets will only benefit us because of their health-promoting properties. Often our diet does not fully contain all the macro and micro nutrients our bodies need. Superfoods include, among others, vegetables and fruits such as avocados, tomatoes, berries, almonds, lentils, aloe vera, pears, nuts, cranberries and many others. Of course, in the category of superfoods we can above all include many herbs and seeds like:
- Flaxseed- contains unsaturated omega-3 fatty acids; very good for the digestive system.
- Chia seeds- rich in fibre, omega-3 fatty acids and calcium.
- Purity- most commonly used in the form of infusions. It is a rich source of polyphenols with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects. Often recommended for various skin problems and colds.
- Spirulina - rich in protein and vitamins A,D,E, B and C.
It also contains large amounts of iron (much more than spinach) and calcium. It acts on the immune process and slows down the ageing process.
Effects of hemp superfoods
Hemp has shown health-promoting effects for thousands of years. They not only improve health, but also the condition of the skin, hair and mood. The fast pace of life and excessive stress put us at risk of developing many diseases of civilisation, and can affect our mental state.
Thus, the need for natural supplements and foods is great in order to supply the body with as many antioxidants, vitamins and minerals as possible. CBD super foods are rich in essential micro and macronutrients, protein sources or omega-3 and omega-6 unsaturated fatty acids, as well as fibre. Hemp products prevent the onset of many diseases and also delay the ageing process. The cannabidiol contained in hemp acts on the endocannabinoid system, which, among other things, influences immunity, combats the negative effects of stress and is also responsible for concentration. It is therefore not surprising that, in the age of processed products, more and more people are relying on natural products such as CBD oils for their health-boosting effects.
Superfood hemp has positive effects on:
- Digestive processes,
- Hair, skin and nails,
- Skin condition,
- Immune enhancement,
- Cell regeneration, Wound healing,
- Cardiovascular system.
Benefits of using CBD superfoods
Superfood hemp is a rich source of antioxidants that fight free radicals and other unfavourable oxygen compounds. Free radicals damage cell membranes and whole cells, thus contributing to many diseases such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes. Thanks to the antioxidants that superfood hemp seeds have, the cells in the body are protected from free radicals, reducing oxidative stress. Many foods have a high antioxidant potential (e.g. blueberries, strawberries), but in the case of hemp it is even several times higher.