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Data Finds Hemp Hulls Contain Bioactive Compounds Supporting Gut Health

Hemp has plenty of industrial applications, and while some consumers might tout the benefits of ingesting hemp for constipation, high cholesterol, eczema, arthritis, and other conditions, evidence supporting these uses is still limited. However, new preclinical data suggests that hemp hulls contain some essential helpers for your gut.

Biosciences and artificial intelligence company Brightseed announced the preclinical data, published in peer-reviewed Journal of Food Bioactives, last week. The findings show that two bioactive compounds found in hemp hulls — N-trans caffeoyltyramine (NCT) and N-trans feruloyltyramine (NFT) — have the potential to support gut barrier function.

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