GOOD HEMP: The New Secret for Radiant Skin

November 2, 2010 at 12:31 pm Leave a comment

UK hemp food experts, Braham & Murray, have launched GOOD HEMP, a non-dairy alternative to milk, made from a blend of hemp seed.  GOOD HEMP milk is a deliciously creamy, lactose-free, soya-free beverage that is suitable for vegetarians. It is low in saturated fat, easy to digest and low in cholesterol. Hemp seed is naturally rich in Omega 3 & 6.


So why is GOOD HEMP milk causing such a stir? There are a number of benefits to this clever milk-alternative. Made from a blend of hemp seed, GOOD HEMP milk contains GLA (Gamma Linolenic Acid – a fat in the omega-6 family) – the active ingredient in Evening Primrose Oil, which is considered to be a powerful key to vibrant health and good skin and hair.


GLA is said to have rejuvenating properties, increasing cell resilience and moistening the fatty layer beneath the skin, which can help deliver a multitude of beautifying benefits such as:

  • Producing a dewy complexion
  • Aiding collagen loss
  • Soothing dry, scaly skin
  • Combating wrinkles
  • Nourishing straw-like hair
  • Strengthening brittle nails

GOOD HEMP milk is also a good source of Omega 3, with just one glass giving half of the recommended daily intake. Omega 3 is incredibly health promoting for the immune system, skin and hair, and anti-inflammatory.

Our largest organ is the skin, yet most of us don’t think about the foods we feed our body to care for it. Nutritionist, Cordon Bleu chef and author of the Yummy! series of books, Jane Clarke is a fan of Braham and Murray’s GOOD HEMP milk. She comments, “Radiance and beauty come from what you put inside your body. We all know how important Omega 3 is for immune, joint and skin health, so GOOD HEMP milk really is an easy way to care for your body-not to mention it’s delicious!”


So now there’s nothing to stop you from including GOOD HEMP milk in your diet, a positive (and delicious) step towards better skin.


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