Hemp is Natures Power Food


Hemp Hearts is one of the best proteins available and will help you control your hunger. Hemp will give you the fuel, the energy, that you need to get thru the day.

Humans require nourishment every day with slow digesting proteins. Hunger is a signal that the body requires protein, so if you eat fruit or carbohydrates you will continue to be hungry. The answer to this requirement is Hemp; it is natures power food.

Hemp hearts are shelled hemp seeds. They are the most important part of the hemp plant, be aware that other hemp products are also made from these seeds. Other hemp products are also available, like hemp protein powder and hemp oils.

Slow digesting proteins with high omega 3’s and protein, like hemp hearts, are the most concentrated source of essential nutrients. Some other choices of good proteins are other nuts, beans, sprouts and whole grains.

Hemp hearts in comparison with other food:

  • has more amino acids than milk, meat or eggs

  • is a complete protein, balanced and digestible versus soy

  • 86% of its oil is Omega’s 3, 6 and 9 versus others with just Omega 3’s

  • more omega 3’s than fish

  • has nutrients of iron, calcium, vitamin E and C, Vitamin B6, B2, B1, Vitamin D and Vitamin A, Potassium and Phosphorus more than many other foods

  • hemp is free of gluten, and suitable for those allergic to nuts, milk or sugar

Those who wish to change their diets to be healthier or help with health problems should eat 5 tablesoons per day of hemp hearts. This amount gives you 20 grams of protein and all the Omega fats you need to get your day started, give you energy and let your body feel the best.

Suggested recipes:

Stir about 3-5 tablespoons of Hemp hearts into yogurt with fruit for breakfast.

Blend hearts with almond milk or water, add some frozen berries for smoothies. Hemp hearts can make their own milk blended with water!

Use as a salad dressing:

Mix hemp hearts, ½ to 1 cup of hearts with 2/3 water

2 tbs of feta cheese

3 tsps pf lemon juice or vinegar

pinch of sea salt and pepper, optional: crushed garlic or herbs

and blend it all together! Great on salads.




Cindy Burrows
Cynthia Burrows, M.T. CWC, Herbalist

Cynthia Burrows, from Austin, Texas, owns Cindy Burrows, Natural Health Consultant; assisting individuals with health issues they would like to change. She will set up a program giving choices of foods, herbs, teas and homeopathic suggestions. Cindy is past owner of Nature’s Healing Herbs, an Herbal, Green Tea, and Tincture product line, and a rare product line of Green Tea Foods. She has certificates for Herbalist at East West School of Herbology, and as Wellness Consultant with the Wellness Forum in Ohio.

Cindy is also a Medical Technologist, with a B.S. degree from Mansfield University in Mansfield Pa., she has been in healthcare for over 30 years. In 2005, she started using a new device founded in Europe, Quantum Biofeedback, “an energy rebalancing of the body”, by using our bodies electricity or frequency waves it can detect stress points in the body, she has added this to her consulting practice. She now has her Certification as a Biofeedback Specialist. She helps her clients by working with the synergy of herbs, food, homeopathy, and aromatherapy within her practice. She is a speaker, writer, and teacher. Cindy has been interviewed on TV; about the benefits of Green Tea and has been on radio about her small business tour to Ecuador.

Cindy has been an herbalist for over 20 years and has spent 6 years learning through the East West School of Herbology with Michael Tierra. She has studied Western, Chinese and Ayurvedic Herbs with a strong emphasis on nutrition. Along with many other continued studies of alternative and complementary medicine. She is a Certified Wellness Consultant, through a special program, The Wellness Forum, which has its nutrition program, now part of the curriculum at Ohio State University, providing educational seminars and workshops designed to impart relevant nutrition information to individuals to take control of their own health. These programs give healthier options and choices that can impact your longevity and quality of life. Cindy has been a speaker to many groups and has conducted many of her own classes on food and healthy life style programs.

Cindy has been involved with a hands-on healing program for the past 4 years and offers energy healing, through donation only, to anyone who needs her services.

She is Co-president of the Austin Herb Society and a member of the American Herbalist Guild. Cynthia has been a board member on many programs in the past including; La Sertoma, Arthritis Foundation, Toastmasters International, National Association of Female Executives, Handicapped Equestrian Learning Program, Entrepreneurs Association, and Austin Integrated Health Care Program.

Cindy also loves nature, animals, reading, blending teas, juices, etc.; likes to hike, and work with plants and, of course, cooking., mostly vegetarian.
Cindy has an adventurous streak.
She has organized and taken tours with business and artists groups to Big Bend, Texas, New Mexico, USA, and Ecuador, South America.