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Bee pollen is a natural mixture of flower pollen, nectar, enzymes, honey, wax and bee secretions.
Foraging honey bees collect pollen from plants and transport it to the beehive, where it’s stored and used as food for the colony. Bee pollen shouldn’t be confused with other bee products such as honey, royal jelly or honeycomb. These products may not contain pollen or may contain other substances.
Recently, bee pollen has gained traction in the health community because it’s loaded with nutrients, amino acids, vitamins, lipids and over 250 active substances. The average intake is only 1/8 to 1/4 teaspoon of bee pollen granules daily when first starting use, then gradually increased up to 6 teaspoons per day, but this varies from person to person depending on indviual needs, including body weight and individual desired results.
Some of the key benefits that have been verified include
Our bee pollen in its natural form comes as small, crunchy pellets. One tablespoon of bee pollen contains:
You can add it to foods like yogurt, oatmeal, or smoothies.