When most people think bees they think honey, but did you know that bees are essential for the well being of the entire planet?
Our bee population is fast declining in many areas of the world due to the wide spread use of commercial farming chemicals, fertilisers and pesticides. This is of major concern when you consider that without these tiny insects 30% of the world’s crops and 90% of wild plants would die.
Bee Pollen is one of nature’s most nourishing foods. It is the food of the young bee and contains nearly all the nutrients required by humans.
Click here or on the image below to view the video and see how easy it is to get the health benefits by simply incorporating Bee Pollen into a delicious and easy salad.
Bee Pollen is rich in:
- Carbohydrates, protein and B vitamins making it a great energy booster
- Rich in enzymes it helps your body get all the nutrients you need from the food you eat, which helps to promote good digestion
- Rich in antioxidants that protect the cells from the damaging oxidation of free radicals.
- Bee Pollen contains large amounts of Rutin; an antioxidant bioflavonoid that helps strengthen capillaries, blood vessels, assists with circulatory problems and corrects cholesterol levels
One of the most interesting facts about bee pollen is that it cannot be synthesized in a laboratory. When researchers take away a bee’s pollen-filled comb and feed her man made pollen, the bee dies even though all the known nutrients are present in the lab-produced synthesized food. Many thousands of chemical analyses of bee pollen have been made with the very latest diagnostic equipment, but there are still some elements present in bee pollen that science cannot identify. The bees add some mysterious “extra” of their own. These unidentifiable elements may very well be the reason bee pollen works so spectacularly against so many diverse conditions of ill health.
Bee pollen comes in granule form and is taken at mealtimes. It works particularly well when taken with fruit. The fruit fibers (raw hemicellulose) reinforce the activity of the fresh pollen.
One teaspoon of pollen takes one bee working eight hours a day one month to gather. Each bee pollen pellet contains over two million flower pollen grains and one teaspoonful contains over 2.5 billion grains of flower pollen.
Its tastes great and is good for you. Don’t take my word for it ~ give it a test run and let me know how you find it!
Yours in health and vitality,
Founder, Energy Coaching Institute and Author #1 Amazon Best Seller ‘Rocket Fuel On A Budget’