Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Bee Pollen??


Apparently I've been living under a rock because I just read that bee pollen is one of nature’s healthiest and most powerful “superfoods”!! It’s been used as a dietary supplement for thousands of years. The early Egyptian and early Chinese civilizations both used it as a physical rejuvenator and medicine. The Greek physician Hippocrates, recognized as the father of modern medicine, used pollen as a healing substance over 2,500 years ago. Today natural health practitioners often refer to bee pollen as an herbal “fountain of youth” that can be used for everything from weight loss to cancer prevention. It may be nature's most perfect food...

Bee pollen has been shown to help people:

  • Lose weight
  • Increase energy, vitality and stamina
  • Enhance the immune system
  • Relieve allergy and asthma symptoms
  • Improve sexual function
  • Correct digestion problems
  • Slow the aging process


One thing is certain (according to bee-pollen-health.com): people who consume high-quality bee pollen almost always experience an increase in energy, zest, and physical endurance. This is precisely why thousands of world-class athletes supplement their diets with this natural substance.

What’s in Bee Pollen?
Bee pollen contains an incredible array of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, enzymes, co-enzymes, and hormones. It is especially rich in B vitamins and antioxidants, including lycopene, selenium, beta carotene, vitamin C, vitamin E, and several flavanoids. It is composed of 55% carbohydrates, 35% protein, 3% vitamins and minerals, 2% fatty acids, and 5% other substances. Overall, it's one of the most nutritionally complete natural substances found on earth. Who knew???

Well, buckle the fuck up, cuz guess who bought some bee pollen today??!! Yep, you got it. Yours truly!! I'm puttin' it in my oatmeal tomorrow morning!

4 comments:

Matthew said...

Be sure to ask your husband if he notices an increase in zest or physical endurance.

Connie said...

I've heard some of that, certainly not all of it. Based on all this, I think I'm jumping on the bee wagon too!

Jennifer said...

I'm not sure what all the buzz is about but hey. Why not? I'm in. Gosh, I wonder where I will find bee pollen in Germany :-(

Bee Pollen Benefits said...

But, is bee pollen pills safe for everybody? Will its intake harmful to babies and young children? Moms are probably worried that the nutritional wonder of bee pollen is only applicable to those who are much older and might potentially cause any harm to the young ones.