The Health Benefits of Bee Pollen
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Bee pollen is one of the oldest, most researched, healing foods on the planet. Its complete nutrition is beneficial for anyone looking to improve their mental and physical health, and overall wellbeing. Bee Pollen is rich in highly concentrated vitamins, minerals, proteins, amino acids, hormones, enzymes and fats. It also ontains a vast array of phytonutrients.
Scientists have labeled it the most nutritious supplement on the planet. In fact, many nutritional experts say bee pollen contains everything we need to live!
Bee pollen is available as golden colored granules that are quite tasty and can be eaten plain. You can also add them to your smoothies or sprinkle them over yogurt or cereal.
Studies have shown that Bee Pollen can offer the Following Benefits:
- Bee pollen is so packed with vitamins and amino acids that one tablespoon is the equivalent of three servings of fruits and vegetables. It has been shown to rev metabolism, help muscle recovery and improve indurance by more than 25%.
- Enhances Mental clarity and concentration
- Weight loss as it naturally balances hormones and chemicals in the body. It also improves the metabolism and helps reduce cravings for food.
- Studies have shown that it is effective in lowering cholesterol levels
- It boosts fertility: in one study, over 50% of men who were given bee pollen experienced a dramatic improvement in sperm count.
- Promotes prostate health
- Potent immune system booster, so the body can fight illnesses, and even allergies
- Powerful detoxifier
- Clinical trials have been carried out using bee pollen on cancer
Stress Plucking in Birds
- Success Story: Sue Crossley reports: " I live in ... Australia and have just experienced severe bushfires and had to be evacuated from our home. Our Cockatiel ... became very stressed, depressed and started plucking out his feathers. I found your website which recommended Bee Pollen. As I work for an apiarist (beekeeper) I actually had some pollen in my cupboard. My bird loved the pollen (I’d never thought of giving it to him before) and stopped plucking and perked up within 2 days. I can’t say how it would work on chronic pluckers, but for stress, I couldn’t recommend anything better. Now I give him the pollen everyday just because he likes it and he’s never looked so healthy or happy."
- Note: This is one of several similar stories. Bee pollen has shown definite health benefits for our birds - both physical as well as emotional.
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