I thought they were the same thing but if I plug them in I get very different nutrient profiles. Which one is accurate? Not referring to the hemp seeds that still have the shell but the hulled ones.
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Wonderful. That is what I have been using. They are a great source of methinone among non animal sources - normally we have too much methionine but with a plant based diet it can be harder