Monday, 3 February 2014

Bee Pollen

According to researchers at the Institute of Apiculture, Taranov, Russia, “Honeybee pollen is the richest source of vitamins found in Nature in a single food.”

Bee pollen is the male seed of a flower blossom. It is gathered by the bees, then mixed with the honeybees digestive enzymes. It is literally the food of the young bee.
Bee Pollen is considered as one of the most whole and nourishing foods as it contains almost all required nutrients that a human needs. It is such a simple food to include into your diet, but can have such profound health benefits.
Bee pollen contains an amazing 25% percent protein and is rich is trace elements, minerals, vitamins, fatty acids and enzymes. It also boasts immunity enhancing properties, and is high in antioxidants. It could almost be considered as nature’s multivitamin. Bee Pollen is an extremely good option for vegetarians, to boost their B-vitamins (even B12 which is almost exclusively found in animal products) and protein intake.
Besides from these benefits, it may assist with allergies (except bee allergies!), weight management, improving athletic performance, improving fertility, upon countless other things.

Nutrient deficiencies are recognized as a wide and growing problem in society, due to the imbalanced eating habits, and the depleted nutrient level in food due to poor soil quality and growing conditions. Because of this, it is important to include as much nutrient dense food in your diet.

Our Bee Pollen is from remote Western Australia, with no chemicals or pesticides used in the area, and when collected and processed, is not heated high enough to destroy vitamins or enzymes. 

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