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Bee Pollen

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Bee pollen is considered by many to be the most complete superfood available in nature. This is because bee pollen contains more than 96 different nutrients, including every nutrient known that our bodies need. One of the most significant facts about bee pollen is that it is an alkaline and energy-rich source of complete protein. Bee pollen has approximately 20% easily-assimilated protein and 22 essential amino acids. This means that gram for gram, bee pollen contains about 5 times more protein than cheese, eggs and meat! Here are just a few of bee pollen’s many qualities:

  • More than 15 vitamins, including many B vitamins and vitamins C, D, and E
  • 28 essential minerals, including iron, magnesium, potassium, zinc, calcium and copper
  • Bioavailable enzymes, all which have been shown to help with digestion and assimilation of other foods (could also help with weight loss and digestion issues)
  • Can help balance hormones for improved reproductive health and libido
  • 15% lecithin, which supports the nervous system and brain
  • High levels of nucleic acids, which help protect against radiation

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This entry was posted on April 6, 2015 by in Super Foods and tagged , , , , .

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