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Bee Health: Bee Pollen

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Bee Pollen is the powder-like material that is produced by flowering plants and collected by bees. Bee Pollen is composed of between 10% to 15% protein with a wide selection of useful minerals, essential fatty acids plus B complex and C vitamins.

Bee Pollen is commonly taken as a supplement in Vegetarian capsules with no additives.



 

Bee Pollen 200mg<br>50 Trufil caps Bee pollen is a powder-like material that is produced by flowering plants and is gathered by bees.

Bees have found that pollen is as valuable a food as nectar, so they collect it deliberately. What they collect for food is carried back to the hive in special pockets on their hind legs, and what we use is the extra pollen caught on their body hairs.

Since pollen is a male seed you might guess that it contains nutrients to contribute to the future growth of the female seed, and you’d be right. In fact it’s a positive powerhouse of proteins, fats, vitamins, minerals and amino acids. That’s why the bees find it such a valuable food.

People have taken pollen through the ages as they believe it to contribute to feelings of energy and vitality, and many athletes use it as part of their training diets. It also contains antioxidants.

 


Last updated May 4, 2008 11:58 AM