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Shelled Hemp Seed Nutritional Analysis:
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Wishing you so much joy for the miles ahead. Yum, and congrats on such incredible progress: Life is hard, and its hard to share those negative parts in the online world. I hope your treatments begin to help and you see some progress. Thanks for your constantly inspiring healthy recipes. I especially loved your post on raising children to eat well.

So glad Luise is on the mend and running again, a real inspiration! This will make a very nice replacement! I was so surprised when I read this post the other day. I just wanna send you all some good vibes and wish you all the best in the future. And normally I do not write comments, but you sneaked into my dreams this night, which took me by surprise, so I felt it as a sign to send out some love and positive energy: Thank you for always being an inspiration!

It sounds like Luise suffered from symphysis pubis dysfunction, no? I too suffered with this in both my pregnancies and for some time after the first until I cut wheat and cane sugar out of my diet while pregnant.

The dietary changes completely relieved my symptoms. I should point out that my symptoms were not so severe as to require the use of a wheelchair. So glad she is back running. Best wishes to you all! Hi — I just made a batch of these and they have come out very different to yours!

The color depends on the cacao powder you use and the stickiness depends on the quality of the dates, we always use fresh medjool dates. They are soft, sticky, big and juicy dates. Could that be the problem? Hi Luise, yes I think it must be the dates as the raw cacao powder I have is very dark, there just was not enough liquid.

I doubled the quantity of dates and oil and that fixed it. Thanks for your quick reply, And yes… they are delicious! I am sooo happy for you Luise, that you can run again and I whish you all the best!!! I made these bars this week too and had a similar problem as Debbie — my bars were dark but VERY crumbly. Next time I will try soaking them and adding more dates along with the soaking water. This is also the first time I have used hemp hearts and they are delicious!

I will be using them much more often now. Thank you for the fantastic recipe. Hi Shannon, yes unfortunately they will turn too crumbly if you use dry dates. Soaking them should definitely help but if you find fresh dates you will see how big difference it will make. Ours are not crumbly at all. Maybe you will have better luck finding fresh dates in health stores than in normal food stores?

Glad you liked them anyway and good luck next time! Ive been thinking of getting a vitamix myself so I was wondering which vitamin model did you guys buy and from where did you buy it? And how much did it cost? It costed 5 kr. We have never paid that much for a kitchen tool before, but it truly is a great machine.

Thank you for sharing your story Louise. When expecting my second child I was also crippled by joint and pelvic pain. Months of immobility left me weak and it took a long time although not as long as you before I could take a walk, go to the gym or play with my children. My little boy is 19 months now, and after over a year of physiotherapy and hard work I feel stronger than ever and I am blessed with pain free days from time to time.

While struggling to regain mobility and good health I began thinking about my diet. The past few months I have made some serious changes mainly cutting out sugar, wheat and processed foods and your blog is a daily inspiration for me.

I will SO try to make these very soon. They look very delicious and sound like such a great protein source with the hemp. So truly inspiring to hear your story, Luise. Thank you for sharing it with us.

Thank you for sharing your amazing talent and recipes. May you continue to be healthy and happy with your beautiful family! These bars are divine! The first batch is already gone and I must restock for the seconds. A fabulous, satisfying snack. Thank you Pat, we are so glad that you like them. We have also worked our way through quite a few batches these last weeks. So happy to hear that she is feeling better! Those back injuries can be brutal. I fell off a horse and broke my tailbone right after I had my daughter.

Not including labor, it was the most painful experience I have ever had. I still have trouble sitting on hard plastic chairs for too long. I hope she continues to recover! These bars look great. My first try at raw bars ever, and I am definitely going to make these again.

Thank you so much! First of, thank you for a wonderful food blog: I have a question: Can I use shelled hemp seeds? Hemp hearts are shelled hemp seeds. I did this recipe yeasterday and my bars stayed loose. Try to run the mixture in the food processor a little longer next and make sure to use fresh soft dates.

You can also add a little water. I eventually made my own version but posted a link to your recipe: Fantastisk ide — tusen takk for oppskriften: Og, endelig bruk for hamp proteinpulver som til vanlig smaker som sement: Oh my goodness … these look so sinfully delicious!

Being vegetarian I always get excited when I stumbled upon blogs with beautiful recipes geared towards me! I use dried dates since the fresh Madjool ones in my area were prohibitively expensive but I just cut the dry ones in half and soaked them overnight. There were some date chunks left in the final mix but I like the texture anyway.

Thanks for the recipe! Everyone I gave them to was amazed and loved them. I have made these on a Sunday for 2 weeks now so I have one for every lunch time at work, and they seriously keep me going. Hi, thanks for wonderful recipes and stories! Can you think of a possible substitute? Thanks nevertheless and sincere best wishes for your recovery. Do you think these would freeze well? This kind of dietary bars are very healthy and nutritious but it is helpful for prevention of any disease It is really very good to know that this is good source of medicine which containing protein and helpful for cure of diseases.

Thanks for sharing and after see your post, I attracted to aware of more recipe…. These hemp protein bars look amazing! I am a HUGE fan of hemp, being gluten and dairy free while also avoiding several nuts including almonds hemp has become my best friend for protein!

I recently had to cut coconut out of my diet as well… what would you suggest replacing the coconut flakes with for this recipe to still work? Have you considered trying Bikram Yoga? Many people with injuries that take these classes see an amazing improvement in their getting better. I am also struggling to find the fresh dates…Even in London! I bought all the other ingredients and they are just sitting there waiting for the dates!

I just made these bars and they are gorgeous! I will be tuning in for more. They are green and gorgeous! Health and light Trinity. These bars look great! Would I be able to substitute cotton seed oil for the coconut oil? Can u recommnd a good substitute? Great recipe, thank you. When you say 20 pitted dates, how much does that weigh, or how much is that by volume? By volume, while they are still whole, it may have been a cup at most.

Hi there im interested in making these hemp protein bars myseld but have one quick question. It said beside hemp powder you could use hemp hearts instead but said nothing beside hemp hearts if i could just use hemp powder. Just wanted to try to make them perfect the first time!! I have shared the recipe with my cooking class students and on my websites, hopefully introducing GKS to more people. I have been looking for more ways to incorporate more protein in my diet, since I am vegetarian and I work out a few times a week.

Loving veggies and fruit is good and I really really do , but you need to get those proteins too. I made these a slightly different version this morning and I love them, they are delicious!! I will definitely keep making them as a snack. Thank you Luise and David.. Hi David and Luise, I made your bars today and am ready to take them on the trail.

They turned out very well, turned into sturdy bars with no crumbling, and taste excellent! I had one question on the recipe, why do you add the oats and poppy seeds at the end, when all the other dry ingredients are added earlier on? Maybe you just wanted a few ingredients to be whole? As a former midwife, I truly appreciate what hard work pregnancy, birth, and postpartum are. Thanks for sharing this recipe, these look delicious!

Just a heads up — you have cacao powder listed under wet ingredients. Many thanks for sharing your recipes with us: I did it and its so delish!

I modified the wet ingredients too, I used only 5 medjool dates, 1 tbsp of raw cacao, 6 tbsp coconut oil, 1 tsp vanilla extract and added cinnamon. I could eat them before freezing.

This may be an odd question, but can these bars be frozen for later use? I just added your recipe book to my Christmas list as well. First off, all the best to you, Luise! I just made these and I really need to ask you where you get those inspirations from??

I was even not sure if they would make it into the fridge haha: Just made these bars with your book and i can confirm they are delicious! I eat them as snack or dessert and it is so good! Thats really a testimonial blog. Here is another one which I came across: I have your cook book and read your blog, love it all!

I really like the idea of these bars and want to make them but I really do not like coconut. Is there something you would suggest to replace the shredded coconut with? Any idea how many calories are in each bar? Hey, thanks for a great recipe. I also added lemon zest and the combi from the citrus and the little flowery taste from the lavender is just great, -try it! I tried these — and love them!

I was wondering if you think that the cacao could be swapped for acai-powder instead? So I get some variety: Loved these and will make them again. I am interested in knowing if you have broken down the protein and calorie amount per bar?

Jeez, thanks very much for posting this! It is gonna help when I buy Hemp Seed at the store! Those bars are absolutely fab! We fell totally in love with them so we wanted to thank you and told you we wrote this recipe on our blog: Hi there, What can you add instead of oats?

Hi Decided to make these bars after checking your book. Great for my Son! It is not sticking together as paste , more crumbly like rough sand.. Hi, perhaps you are using the wrong dates. They should be very soft and sticky when you remove the stones. If they are too dry, you can soak them in water for a few hours before mixing them. You can also add a splash of water and a little extra coconut oil if it still feels too dry.

Added sesame seeds and dried cranberries into the mix plus extra protein and coca powder: Hi, I just made these bars and the taste is really good, but they are to sticky and soft to make a bar.

Also your book and blog made cooking so much more fun, thanks a lot! These were magically delicious! I made them last night… so chocolaty and amazing.

MMMMM thank you guys for the recipe! I made the bars last night. This recipe was a good starting point, though, and I appreciate the learning experience. Does anybody happen to know if these would be OK to eat while nursing a newborn? I want to make them for my friend but not sure if hemp is nursing friendly!

This is probably the way to prove that vegetarian cuisine is delicious. Of course, as with any diet, a poorly planned vegan diet could be dangerous or unhealthful. A balanced vegan diet is made up of these four food groups: You should consult a dietitian familiar with vegan nutrition for a personalized set of recommendations.

The legume-nut-seed group includes beans, split peas, lentils, nuts, seeds, and soy products. These nutrient-dense foods are packed with protein, fiber, minerals, B vitamins, protective antioxidants, and essential fatty acids 1. Sample serving sizes from this group include: Whole grains provide B vitamins, fiber, minerals, protein, and antioxidants.

They are preferable to refined grains because the refining process removes the health-iest nutrients. Also, intact whole grains—such as brown rice, oats, wheat berries, millet, and quinoa—are nutritionally superior to whole grain flours and puffed or flaked whole grains 2.

This group is fairly flexible with regard to servings per day. Vary your intake based on your individual energy needs. Most fruits, especially citrus fruits and berries, are a great source of vitamin C. All fruits provide antioxidants. Choose whole fruits over fruit juices to get the most benefit, particularly from dietary fiber. Concentrated fats, such as oils and oil-based spreads, do not fall under a food group. They are not required for optimal health, as essential fats are found naturally in whole foods like avocados, olives, nuts, and seeds, and for that reason there is no serving recommendation.

However, a small amount of concentrated fats may be included in a healthful vegan diet. Choose oils and spreads that are minimally processed and limit your intake.

Like non-vegans, vegans need to be mindful of consuming all the nutrients they need in order to be healthy. Four key nutrients that everyone needs to pay attention to are vitamin B12, vitamin D, omega-3 fatty acids, and iodine. After discussing these four nutrients, we will also look at calcium, iron, and protein. It is manufactured by certain types of bacteria found in nature. Because plants vary widely in their levels of this bacteria and most of us favor our food scrubbed squeaky clean , we cannot rely on plant foods to meet our B12 needs.

We can ensure our dietary needs are met by consuming supplements or fortified foods. Our suggestion for teens and adults into their early sixties is to supplement with a vegan source of B12, either micrograms mcg per day or mcg twice a week. Due to decreased absorption, people over 65 are advised to supplement with mcg daily, while we suggest toddlers get mcg per day and pre-teens get about mcg or so daily 6. If you prefer not to use supplements, consume multiple servings of a variety of vitamin Bfortified food throughout the day.

In general, it is worth keeping in mind that many vitamins and supplements contain animal products. It plays an important role in bone health and supports normal neuromuscular and immune function 7. Good vitamin D status is linked to a lowered risk of osteoporosis, certain cancers, and other chronic diseases 8.

Getting enough of it is not as easy as we may think. Vitamin D blood levels are an international public health concern. This is why all people—not just vegans—need to be mindful about vitamin D. To ensure adequate vitamin D intake, take International Units IU per day, depending upon your age and other individual needs Supplemental vitamin D can be found as either D2 or D3.

More recently, plant-based D3 has come to market. To determine your vitamin D status, schedule a 25 OH D hydroxyvitamin D blood test at your next medical checkup. Your healthcare provider can offer supplement guidelines based on the results. It is present in several plant foods, including flax products, hemp products, walnuts, and leafy green vegetables. Aim to consume 2 to 4 grams of ALA per day This makes iodine important to the metabolism and other vital bodily functions, including bone and brain development during pregnancy and infancy.

There is generally very little iodine in food. The Selected Food Sources of Iodine table highlights the iodine content of some common foods. Note that most vegetables and, especially, fruits are not reliable sources of iodine to meet daily needs. The most potent food sources of iodine are sea vegetables, though the amount of iodine can vary widely depending on environmental conditions, species, season of harvest, and age of the plant.

Note that consuming excess salt can contribute to other health problems, such as high blood pressure. Salt in processed foods is not usually iodized. Iodine is available in in supplement form, usually as potassium iodide or sodium iodide. Many multivitamin-mineral supplements contain iodine. Supplements made from kelp are available as well.

The FDA does not require food labels to list iodine content unless a food has been fortified with this nutrient. Like many nutrients, it is possible to consume too much iodine, especially with excess consumption of high-iodine foods and supplements, such as those made from kelp. As with insufficient iodine, excess iodine can cause health problems, including goiter. The upper limits for iodine are listed below. See your doctor for potential interactions with medications you are taking, including those for an overactive thyroid and high blood pressure, as well as lithium, which itself can reduce thyroid function.

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