Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Manitoba Harvest Hemp Hearts Review and Giveaway!

The generous people at Manitoba Harvest sent me a bag of their Hemp Hearts to review!

First of all, here is some information from Mike.

Mike's Story

I started Manitoba Harvest with my friends Martin and Alex because hemp foods did wonders for me, and I wanted to share them with the world. Honestly, these nutty little nutrient-packed seeds helped change my life.

In 1995, I was unhealthy and unhappy. At over 300lbs, I was unable to live the active, outdoor lifestyle I desperately wanted. Then, a friend introduced me to hemp foods. With omegas, digestible proteins, vitamins, minerals and fiber, hemp replenished much of what my body was missing. Before long, I had enough natural energy to climb a mountain…and a message to spread once I got there.

Today, we’re proud to bring you the highest quality hemp food products available. Hemp is sustainable and it’s packed with goodness. Try hemp, it could change your life!


Here's some info on the hemp hearts:
  • Hemp Hearts pack a powerful punch of protein and omegas. Per 30g serving Hemp Hearts contain 10g of easy to digest protein, 10g of omegas – and many more minerals.
  • Manitoba Harvest Hemp Hearts are made in a hemp-dedicated facility by dehulling non-GMO seeds. Once shelled, Hemp Hearts are immediately packaged to seal in the freshness.
  • Manitoba Harvest Hemp Hearts are all-natural and contain NO additives, fillers or preservatives.
These have a very nice, nutty flavor. Almost 'buttery' in a way too!
You can sprinkle them on salad, cereal, yogurt, and just about everything!
I sprinkled them on my breakfast fruit/yogurt parfait,
 On my Cushaw soup,

and on my salad- which I forgot to take a picture of. I also had some right out of the bag!
But you can really put them on just about anything!! They add texture and flavor to sweet or not so sweet dishes!
Nutrition Facts: 3 Tbs.
Calories 170, Total Fat 13g, 0 trans fat, 3 grams fiber, 10 grams PROTEIN!

Here are some links to check them out!
Manitoba Harvest Website
Manitoba Harvest Facebook Page
Manitoba Harvest Twitter

 They even offered to send one of my readers a bag! Enter below to win!
 Ends next Monday, the 19th!







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22 comments:

  1. I've never heard of it before. Thanks for sharing!

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  2. Love hearing about new, alternative-ish foods :) Do you know where it's sold?

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    1. It's sold at Whole Foods and other health food stores sell it too! And you can buy it on their website.

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  3. I have some being shipped to me, but haven't tried them yet!

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  4. I heard about this brand from another blog, but never tried it myself! Looks yummy!

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  5. I've heard of Manitoba Hemp Hearts through blogs, but haven't seen them in stores. Sounds like a great product that I'd love to try, Thanks for the giveaway!

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  6. I have never heard of them but I love his story and I also buy hemp in bulk so this really appeals to me!!!!!!!

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  7. I have not heard of this company, but it sounds interesting! I am always looking to try new things.

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  8. I have never heard of or tried them but they sound kind of like chia seeds that taste good LOL

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  9. Seriously I LOVE this stuff! Such a wonderful product-- we make hemp "burgers" with it-- and YUM!!!!!!!

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  10. Love, love, love Manitoba Harvest. My kids sprinkle hemp hearts on their yogourt, I put it in my baking, in chili, granola bars. It really is an amazing little seed.

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  11. I heard about Manitoba Harvest via Facebook, then noticed my friend had a bag of hemp hearts and tasted them-- they are nutty and good!

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  12. Ive never tried Manitoba Harvest products.

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  13. I LOVE there stuff- I put their stuff on salads and in smoothies. Their protein powder is good too!

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  14. I've never heard of these before but I would definitely like to try them!

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