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Royal Jelly, Bee Pollen & Bee Propolis for Fertility by Hethir R. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 21 Mar 2011 4:11pm Bees are amazing creatures. They produce a wide variety of substances, many of which have been found to have great health benefits for not only the bees, but humans as well. Bee keeping and Apitherapy has been done for thousands of years, dating back around 6000 years ago. Apitherapy is the the use of bee products honey, propolis, bee polle ... Read on »
Amazing Source of Vitamins - Bee Pollen - Why bee products aren't vegan?! by Gourmandelle L. Facebook Posted Fri 26 Aug 2011 12:02pm                 I really don't get this : why bee products aren't vegan?! For me, becoming vegan was a decision based firstly on the desire to have a healthier life and in the second place came the ethical part of veganism. In my opinion, consuming bee products is not harmful to the bees if you buy honey from local beekeepers and no ... Read on »
Royal Jelly, Bee Pollen & Bee Propolis for Fertility by Hethir R. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 21 Mar 2011 4:10pm Bees are amazing creatures. They produce a wide variety of substances, many of which have been found to have great health benefits for not only the bees, but humans as well. Bee keeping and Apitherapy has been done for thousands of years, dating back around 6000 years ago. Apitherapy is the the [...] Read on »
The Power of Superfoods: Bee Pollen by OCnaturaldoc Health Maven Posted Fri 11 Feb 2011 12:34pm Bee Pollen is the most complete food found in nature, and has 5-7 more times protein than beef. It is especially beneficial for the extra nutritional and energy needs of athletes and those recovering from illness. It is a natural antidote for fighting allergies, particularly hay fever and sinusitus. Research shows that pollen counteracts the ... Read on »
Princess Livia Bee Pollen Nectar Face Cream by Jennifer D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 17 Nov 2010 9:30am This anti aging cream is originally from an ancient beauty secret and formulated with precious Bee Pollen Extract which helps to maintain skin’s natural resiliency, texture and coloring, while it nourishes and moisturizes. It can be applied to face, neck at morning and night. Ingredients; Bee Pollen Extract, Prunus Armeniaca (Apricot) ... Read on »
Eat Real: Bee Pollen by Roberta O. Posted Tue 04 Jan 2011 9:37pm Happy New Year! You've read enough of my posts to know that my parents, particularly my dad, could be a little eccentric. One of his favorite hobbies was bee keeping. He had become obsessed with the art of keeping bees, making honey and all the other excitement that comes with keeping bees in the backyard. He actually believed, or perhaps he ... Read on »
beautiful bee pollen! by Barefoot Angie Bee Posted Wed 14 Sep 2011 9:16pm   An estimated 26 million Americans suffer from seasonal allergies and an etimated 50 million who suffer from all types of allergies.  I fall into the seasonal group.  I have not always been an allergy sufferer.  I started being affected by allergies after having my oldest son.  I can count on being stuffed up and sneezing my head off daily from ... Read on »
Discovering Bee Pollen by Lucky V. Patient Expert Posted Fri 27 Mar 2009 9:35am Bee pollen is one of the most nutritious dietary supplements. In fact, bee pollen contains nearly all the nutrients required by the human body. Plants reproduce by pollination and plant pollen is distributed in two ways: the lightweight pollens, normally dispersed through the air; and the heavier pollens, which are wet and make them sticky. ... Read on »
"Bee Pollen" My Hero by Robinsgothealth Posted Wed 07 Jul 2010 12:23pm I read Tosca Reno's book " The eat-clean diet Recharged " about 9 months ago and since then I have been on the Bee Pollen craze. She mentioned sprinkling it on her cereal and that is all it took to get me going. So, I of course had to find out every little detail about this natural creation and did I ever. I think it is worth sharing with ... Read on »
Bee Pollen by thecleaneatingmama Posted Sun 11 Jul 2010 10:46am I had asked on my Facebook page what are some foods that you would like to learn more about. One of you suggested Bee Pollen. I admit I have not read up on bee pollen at all; and it was something that I wanted to learn more about! I thought this would be a good post  - I really learned a lot and I hope you do too! ------------------------------- ... Read on »