What is Bee Pollen?
Updated: May 13, 2018
Bee Pollen is rich in vitamins, minerals, lipids and fatty acids. It is also responsible for the health benefits of raw honey. Bee Pollen has numerous health factors that I bet most people don’t know about. For example:
Acts as an antioxidant
Protects against liver toxicity
Boosts the immune system
Serves as a dietary supplement
Relieves menopausal symptoms
Helps relieve stress
One tablespoon of bee pollen contains:
0.24 grams of fat
1.2 grams of protein
2.18 grams of carbohydrates
250 types of nutrients, including vitamins and flavonoids
Bee Pollen Takeaways:
Bee pollen is rich in vitamins, minerals, proteins, lipids and fatty acids, enzymes, carotenoids and bioflavonoids.
It has powerful antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral properties that strengthen the capillaries, reduce inflammation, stimulate the immune system, and lower cholesterol levels naturally.
Use bee pollen to boost your nutrient intake naturally. Studies have shown that it’s effective in preventing and reversing malnourishment and poor nutrition.
You can buy already ground bee pollen or granules. Add it is smoothies, yogurt, cottage cheese, cereal, and salads. Or let the nutrients infuse in warm water and drink it for a boost of vitamins and minerals.
Add Bee Pollen to your Sweetberry Bowl today to incorporate all of these health benefits!