Much has been documented on Global Warming, Green House Gas Emissions, Climate Change and Carbon Footprint, to name a few.
Carbon in the atmosphere is a major contributor to all of the above. It takes 10,000 barrels of oil to make 100 million plastic bags and releases an enormous amount of carbon into the atmosphere. Then there’s the problem of plastic pollution and its effect on land, aquatic animals and human plant life. It is believed that Plastic Bags take 700 to 1000 years to disintegrate.
Many current diets focus on intestinal health as one of the best ways to lose weight. Have you ever eaten a lot of fibre at once to cleanse yourself? Well many people never eat fibre at all. Perhaps this is why so many people are carrying around extra weight in undigested food in their gut. Hemp seeds are an excellent source of both soluble fibre and insoluble fibre. They are an excellent way to gently cleanse the intestinal system and are a welcome addition of heavy fiber to anyone’s diet.
With our toxic environments, our poor immune response, and our reliance on easy food, we need a snack that increase our longevity. Hemp food is an excellent addition to any diet and we recommend you add it to any meal, we are sure that it will help you feel better.
With all that grain being grown for livestock, the farmers are trying to maximize production with bio-genetics and toxic chemicals they grow poisonous crops to feed to cattle so that you can get your meat. If there was a vegetable protein source that could adequately supply the human body, we would be assured of plentiful harvests at lower yield requirements and feed the world well.
Whether you believe in global warming or not, there are changes occuring on the planet currently that warrant some kind of action, even if they are just in a temporary cycle. One of the major contributors to global warming is Carbon Dioxide. The way to counteract this quickly and effectively is to convert the world to vegetable based economies and by increasing bio-diversity of crops. To supply the world’s demand for paper, plastic, diesel and home heating oil, construction materials, protein needs, concrete, ropes, fabrics and paints you need to grow a whole lot of hemp. By converting these industries over to a plant based source, we would convert the world into values based at the turn of the 19th century but would be using modern technologies. Imagine the possibilities