Bee pollen health benefits boast a long history of use found in ancient Eygptian and Chinese texts, and mentioned in the Bible, by Hippocrates and Pliny the Elder.
Rich Source of Protein And Other Nutrients!
It is one of the world’s finest protein rich foods, bar none! It is considered by many modern health professionals to be nature’s most perfect and complete food source.
Coming in at about 24-40% protein (with 18-22 amino acids, including tryptophan, lysine, and methionine), studies show a rapid absorption rate of these “bee particles.” They can pass directly into the blood from the stomach about 2 hours after ingesting.
A great addition to a protein bar recipe, that provides a quick fuel supply.
Amazing Nutritional Value Provides:
- An expansive array of Vitamin B complexes like folic acid
- Incredibly high levels of enzymes - over 5,000
- Vit A, C and E
- High quality protein
- A source of natural lecithin -15%
- Contains essential amino acids - alanine, arginine, aspartic acid, histidine, glutamine, isoleucine, threonine,tryptophan, proline, glycine, valine, methionine, leucine, phenylalanine, cystine, lysine
- Trace elements and chelated minerals -calcium, iodine, selenium, boron, copper, potassium, zinc, magnesium, manganese, iron, phosphorus, sodium, barium
- Many phytonutrients like: pytosterols, carotenoids, co-enzymes and bioflavenoids
The Flower and The Bee!
Bee pollen is the male reproductive spore of the flowering plant. The bee and the flower have, for over 100 million years, developed a symbiotic relationship to provide for their survival needs, so both can live and thrive. The relationship between bees and flowers is intimately linked to the life cycle of our planet and this marvelous superfood is a source of this strong connection!