Salto wrote:Ah, ok. For me, hemp protein was a non-issue. I can't stomach the swampy taste. None of the vegetable proteins taste great to me, but rice protein is easily covered up with some berries, so is my top choice. Pea protein is better than hemp but not as good as rice, at least to me. Also, I understand some people who think they are lactose-intolerant have some other allergy around cow's milk, and find relief is they drink goat's milk instead, so you might try goat's milk protein instead (though I imagine it will cost more)
Also, hemp oil is not the same thing as hemp protein -- why are you reading hemp oil articles if what you're interested in is hemp protein?
genericusername wrote:Basically all alternative medicine cancer cures are outright scams. Whatever hemp oil can do I guarantee it cannot cure cancer and the guy trying to pass it off as a cure was a scumbag. This comes from personal experience with friends/family who had cancer and researching the numerous quacks out there who are trying to sell fake cures.
Hemp is alright as a food source. It's like chia seeds or flaxseeds in that they have some protein, a good amount of fiber, and some healthy fats. None of that is magic but it is good for you and can be used in a lot of different ways. Hulled seeds are so small you can add them to basically anything. Soups, salads, nut mixes, or whatever else you want.
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