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Discovering Bee Pollen

Posted Mar 27 2009 9:35am

Honeybee Collecting Pollen 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.

The sticky pollen is generally collected by honeybees from a wide variety of plants, and is a major food source for bees.

Bee pollen contains trace amounts of minerals and vitamins and is a very high source of protein, fat and carbohydrates. Most people would like to get all this nutritional value from food. However, bee pollen in not found in the everyday diet and can only be found in nutritional supplements.

Bee pollen supplements have been used to enhance energy, memory and performance for many years.

It’s easy to understand all the benefits of bee pollen. It provides complete nutrition: vitamins, minerals fats and protein, all the main ingredients needed by the human body to function properly.

Bee pollen is also taken to prevent hay fever. Studies have been shown that ingesting pollens on a daily basis can help to build resistance to pollens, the ones carried on the winds, normally responsible for allergies.

In addition, fresh unheated pollen may also support the digestive system because it contains numerous active enzymes, coenzymes and hormones that may be at least partially active in humans.

Premier One Pollen Power 650 - 100 Tablets
Montana Naturals Bee Pollen - 150 Capsules
CC Pollen Bee Pollen Granuales - 8 oz.

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