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The health benefits of bee pollen

Today we discuss the fascinating world of bee pollen and all the incredible ways this product can help you find your Health Within.

bee pollen benefits

What is bee pollen?

Bee pollen is a ball of pollen made by young bees when they land on a flower. It’s a mixture of pollen, saliva, and nectar or honey. Bees carry these balls back to the hive in sacs on their legs and store them in the hive’s honeycomb. The pollen then ferments into “bee bread,” which feeds a bee colony. Beekeepers collect pollen from bees by keeping a thick comb in the entrance of their hives. When bees pass through it, it knocks the pollen off their legs into a collection bin below. The bees then must go out to collect more pollen.

Bee pollen in its natural form comes as small, crunchy pellets. It is believed by many that Bee Pollen is natures most complete food, assisting to:

  • Relieve inflammation.
  • Increase energy
  • Reduce fatigue
  • Work as an antioxidant
  • Boost liver health
  • Strengthen the immune system
  • Work as a dietary supplement
  • Ease symptoms of menopause
  • Reduce stress
  • Speed healing
  • Assist weight loss
  • Natural protein source
  • Improve stamina and endurance
  • Assist the body to cope with stress

Just one bee pollen capsule daily has the ability to drastically improve overall health and wellbeing.

Bee Pollen contains more protein than any other foods as well as 22 amino acids that the body requires. In addition, bee products have been associated with benefits to the immune, cardiovascular, endocrine, integumentary, nervous, reproductive, cellular, skeletal, hepatic, and respiratory systems. Bee pollen is also taken for the believed benefits to anti-aging, hormonal stimulant, energy enhance, natural antidepressant, weight control, cholesterol control, convalescent aids and much more.

One tablespoon of bee pollen contains:

  • 16 calories
  • 0.24 grams of fat
  • 1.2 grams of protein
  • 2.18 grams of carbohydrates
  • 250 types of nutrients, including
  • vitamins and flavonoids


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