I'm sitting here this morning, eating some fresh frozen bee pollen, hoping that it will help give my body what it needs to fight the cold that I have. It's creamy and smooth and tastes like sweet flowery honey. The colour is vibrant. Bee pollen is a serious superfood that many people don't know about. My beautiful friend Chantalle is selling some right now at the Guelph Market. I'm sure you could find it elsewhere but it's important that you find the kind that is fresh and not freeze dried.
Can you believe how amazing it looks?
Here are some of the many amazing benefits of bee pollen:
-High antioxidant levels.
-Potent aphrodisiac and fertility-improving properties.
-Increases strength, endurance, energy and speed. It helps provide a quicker recovery from exercise.
-It reduces the production of histamine, neutralising many allergies.
-Bee pollen is full of B vitamins which helps with stress, increases longevity and helps clear acne.
-Pollen can also help with anemia, constipation, colitis, sinusitis, asthma and bronchitis.
-An excellent source of 18 vitamins and fatty acids.
-It is also one of the richest sources of bioavailable protein in nature. Pollen is approximately 25 percent protein. Gram for gram, pollen contains more protein than meat, cheese or eggs.
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