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What is Bee Pollen?

Bee Pollen has been reported to help with many ailments of mankind. Bee pollen granules are an age old remedy and all around health improving whole food.

Pollen is the male reproductive spore (seed) of flowers which fertilize the plant. The chain of food sources for living creatures on earth depends on the continued production of pollen by the plants. Over 80% of all plants growing on the planet are pollinated by the bee. A single grain of bee pollen contains millions of these life reproducing spores.

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Nutritional Value of Bee Pollen
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Bee pollen is considered a superfood because it contains all the nutrients needed for life. It possesses over 180 known phyto-nutrients including at least 18 vitamins, 25 naturally chelated minerals, 22 amino acids, 11 enzymes/coenzymes, 14 fatty acids, 11 carbohydrates, 59 trace elements and approximately 20% protien. Bee pollen is extraordinarily rich in Bioflavonoids (Rutin, Quercetin), Phytosterols, Carotenoids, RNA/DNA, Vitamin B-12, Lecithin and Electrolytes. Also contains Cellulose, Fiber, Prostaglandins, Growth Factors, Natural Hormones, Phenolic acids, Terpenes and others yet to be identified. Contains no salt, no additives, and no artificial colors or flavors.

There are 22 basic elements in the human body - enzymes, hormones, vitamins, amino acids, and others - which must be renewed by nutrient intake. No single food contains them all, EXCEPT BEE POLLEN!

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