The most complete food.
The best food, and the most natural is made deep in the hive... Pure bee pollen is a natural source of 13 vitamins, 14 minerals and 15 amino acids!
Rich in all these elements, pollen therefore has many beneficial effects on our health, it helps to
- good maintenance of the nervous system (vitamin B3),
- digestion with the maintenance of a good transit in the case of fresh frozen pollen directly after harvest (high concentration of probiotics),
- reduce fatigue (vitamins and proteins).
It's an integral part of the diet of many Olympic athletes! Honey bees collect the best pollen from the surrounding plants and mix it with nectar and then bring it back to the hive. Once in the hive, it is transported and then consumed by the bees as their main source of protein.
Return to the hive after a pollen harvest.
Bee pollen is used worldwide as an energizing and vitalizing food supplement. It is a natural alternative to help fight allergies, hormonal irregularities and skin problems. Studies have proven that pollen has the capacity to improve the immune system and limit the risk of tumors! For more information, visit the American Apitherapy Society website.
An experiment was carried out, an athletics coach had half of his team take Bee Pollen, while the other half followed a normal diet. The part of the team that received the pollen was able to regain energy very quickly during training. They also improved their times very frequently unlike the other part of the team.
How to take Bee Pollen :
Pollen is a concentrate of food and is usually consumed daily in small amounts. If you are consuming Bee Pollen for the first time, we advise you to take just 1/8 teaspoon in the first week. Then take 1/4 teaspoon a day the following week. You can then switch to higher doses: 1 teaspoon and then 2 teaspoons per day or more.
People with severe allergies or hypersensitivity should start with 2 granules at each dish, and then increase by two granules at each meal until they reach the ideal dose. Bee pollen can be spread on hot or cold cereals, mixed in a salad, yogurt, spread on a sandwich or just eat with a spoon!
Did you know?
You can also find bee pollen in soaps, shampoo, or facial cleansers!
Taste and color.
The taste and color of Bee Pollen may vary depending on the time of year and the place in which it was collected. Bees can collect pollen in many places: flowers, orchards, plants from agriculture.
Fresh pollen and preservation.
Fresh pollen keeps its vitamins longer when kept in the freezer, but it loses its vitality when cooked and reheated.