Bee Pollen
Nature's Perfect Superfood



Hands down bee pollen is the most complete superfood found in nature. Containing all twenty two essential amino acids and vitamin B-9, bee pollen is energy packed source of complete protein. Bee pollen is 25% protein and because it is one of the richest source of bioavailable protein in nature it has five to seven times more protein than meat.

Benefits of Bee Pollen

High antioxidant levels

Potent aphrodisiac and fertility improving properties

Increases strength, endurance, energy, agility, performance and speed.

Provides faster recovery from exercise, taken by professional athletes.

Reduces the production of histamine, thus neutralizing many allergies.

High content of B vitamins help build up our Defense Stress Shield, increase longevity, helps clear acne, and assist in reversing aging.

Helps relieve type 2 diabetes symtoms by restoring mineral and metabolic deficiencies.

Provides a high content of the nucleics RNA and DNA

Easily absorbed and assimilated by the body within minutes.

Helps anemia, constipation, colitis, sinusitis, asthma and bronchitis.

Phenomenal Stress Defense Shield builder superfood.

Contains a hormone similar to the human pituitary called gonadotropin.

Abundant in major minerals and trace minerals.

Contains up to 11 major enzymes which aid in digestion.

Bee pollen is a source of 18 vitamins, including nearly all B vitamins as well as C, D, and E. Bee pollen is also a rich source of rutin (an enzyme catalyst); carotenes including xanthophyll and beta-carotene; lecithin/choline; all the essential amino acids; 14 fatty acids including essential fatty acids; 11 carbohydrates ranging from polysaccharides to simple sugars.

Reference: Superfoods The Food and Medicine of the Future by David Wolfe