Huile de chanvre

Hemp oil

Résumé

L’huile de graines de chanvre est une source importante et équilibrée d’acides gras polyinsaturés (AGPI) oméga-6 (ω6) et oméga-3 (ω3). Son intérêt est principalement nutritionnel pour améliorer le ratio ω6/ω3 de l’alimentation. Une à deux cuillerées à café d’huile de chanvre en assaisonnement d’une salade ou d’une assiette de crudités par jour contribue(nt) à une bonne hygiène alimentaire.

Abstract

Hempseed oil is a rich and balanced source of poly-unsaturated ω6 and ω3 fatty acids. Its importance lies principally in its ability to improve the ω6/ω3 ratio in the diet. The daily use of one to two teaspoons of hemp oil in dressing for salad or raw vegetables makes a useful contribution to a healthy diet.

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Bureau, L. Huile de chanvre. Phytothérapie 8, 109–112 (2010). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10298-010-0545-x

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Mots clés

  • Chanvre
  • Graine
  • Huile
  • Cannabis sativa
  • Intérêt nutritionnel
  • Amélioration du ratio ω6/ω3 de l’alimentation

Keywords

  • Hemp
  • Seed
  • Oil
  • Cannabis sativa
  • Nutritional importance
  • Improvement in ω6/ω3 ratio in diet