Announcing Bee Pollen

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Have You Discovered Nature’s Most Balanced Food?

I hope you managed to catch the article on raw honey?.  Bee pollen is another product made by honeybees, that is a nutrient powerhouse.  Bee pollen has been given the label of a “complete food” because it contains almost all of the nutrition that people need.  It is a rich source of protein, containing more proteins than any animal source.  It also contains naturally occurring:

  • Vitamins
  • Minerals
  • Amino Acids
  • Carotenoids
  • Bioflavonoids
  • Phytosterols
  • Fatty Acids
  • Enzymes

There’s at least 10 reasons to enjoy bee pollen

Research has shown that bee pollen has many health benefits.  There are probably many health benefits that have yet to be discovered from consuming bee pollen, but here are a few of the known benefits:

1 – Cardiovascular system

The substances in bee pollen, particularly Rutin, helps strengthen blood vessels and brings triglycerides and cholesterol back to normal in the body.

2 – Immune System

When consumed with food, bee pollen gently cleanses the intestinal flora, thereby strengthening the immune system.  Bee pollen has properties that protect a person from coming down with viruses.  The rich antioxidant action of bee pollen protects the body from free radicals.  This could be the reason that lab studies have shown it to prevent cancerous tumors in mice that were given bee pollen, while the mice not given the pollen developed tumors.

3 – Allergies

Bee pollen is a natural antihistamine.  There is medical documentation reporting that up to 94% of patients with allergies, sinus conditions, asthma, etc. were freed from symptoms after using bee pollen.

4 – Energy

The wide variety of nutrients in bee pollen make it the perfect supplement for fighting fatigue.  Many athletes use bee pollen to help with their endurance and energy levels.

5 – Stress

The special blend of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, fatty acids, enzymes and more, aid in mood regulation and reduce levels of stress when bee pollen is consumed.

6 – Weight loss

Lecithin, a nutrient in bee pollen, eliminates body fat.  It also stimulates metabolism and therefore burns more fat.  Bee pollen also helps to suppress a person’s appetite.

8 – Hormones

Bee pollen helps to regulate the hormones in both males and females. It restores function of the ovaries, bringing aid to infertility.  It also reduces inflammation of the prostate.  Men who consume bee pollen to help their prostate problems will find relief from its anti-inflammatory properties.

9 – Addictions

Bee pollen has been found to crush cravings, particularly overeating. It is a helpful aid in treating addictions because it suppresses impulses.

10 – Digestion

When taken with food, bee pollen aids the intestinal flora.  The enzymes in bee pollen help the body to absorb nutrients from the food that is eaten.

How to Get the Most from Bee Pollen

Bee pollen is sold in granule form, as well as capsules.  To make the best use of bee pollen supplements, take them with food.  The enzymes in the pollen will help the body to absorb more nutrients and will gently cleanse the digestive system.

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About Vanessa Jackson

Vanessa Jackson is a full-time home-school mom with a B.A. in English and a passion for nutrition and natural wellness. She and her husband live in the country in Mississippi with their 3 children, ages: 18, 11, and 8. She has spent many years researching natural ways to improve health and quality of life through naturopathy, herbal medicine and essential oils. She also produces and sells natural skin care products through her home-based business. You can investigate and purchase her products here: www.etsy.com/shop/soapboxnaturals.

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