helpful in maintaining and promoting health.Description :
HIGH DESERT Bee Pollen comes in assortment of loose granules, capsules and tablets. Our Bee Pollen is only U.S. Bee Pollen, and it has been collected from diverse geographic areas. Our Bee Pollen has been in cold storage since collection, and will stay there until we ship it to you.
WHERE NATURE BEGINS
Part One: What is Bee Pollen?
While most people recognize the term bee pollen, many people do not know what bee pollen actually is or what it has to offer. Bee Pollen is one of nature¹s unique and most powerful foods. It is flower pollen that bees collect for food. Bee pollen offers a treasure trove of special plant nutrients. Here are some of the qualities that make Bee Pollen unique:
The nutrients found in Bee Pollen are extremely high quality. Not only does bee pollen contain high quality nutrients that can be burned as fuel, it also provides nutrients that are helpful in maintaining and promoting health.
The nutritional makeup of Bee Pollen is extremely broad spectrum. The wide range of nutrients found in Bee Pollen include polyphenols, enzymes, beneficial fatty acids, free amino acids
complexes, chelated minerals and trace elements, as well as a large array of phytonutrients that have yet to be identified. This nutritional diversity makes Bee Pollen an ideal dietary supplement as a complement and boost to a well-rounded diet.
The nutrients in Bee Pollen are very concentrated. This nutritional density means that even small amounts provide effective and valuable levels of important nutrients. In other words, bee pollen, as a food source or as a supplement, provides low volume, but high intensity, nutrition.
An important question is, how did bee pollen become such a superfood? In nature, everything happens for a reason. Pollen¹s primary function is to act as the male spore in the reproductive cycle. It is not necessary for pollen to be nutritious to fulfill that duty. The reproductive spores of other plants and animals are not nutritious. So how and why did bee pollen develop into such a unique, broad-spectrum source of nutrients? To answer that question, we must first examine the relationship between flowering plants and bees, and see how that relationship evolved over time.
Honey Bee PollenDirections:
We recommend you start by eating just 1 granule a day for 3 days. Your intake can be doubled every 3-day period thereafter for 30 days. After 30 days, your total daily intake should be about one teaspoonful. After this 30-day trial, your daily intake may be increased as your Bodydictates. Stir into fruit juice, protein drinks, vegetable juices, shakes, or milk. Mix with applesauce, peanut butter, yogurt, or honey. Sprinkle on salads and cereal. Powder and dust with cinnamon. Combine with minced dried fruit, nuts, raisins, and dates. Form into balls and roll in raw coconut. Use your imagination. Or just enjoy as is.Warning:
Some people can be fatally allergic to bee products