bee pollen loves you

amy boring - southern california food photographer - holistic health coach - bee pollen
Bee Pollen! What’s the big deal? It is such an easy and affordable thing to add to your daily regimen. There are several reasons to love this stuff.

Bee pollen is made up of 40% protein and is considered natures most complete nourishing foods that contain all nutrients required by humans. Half of it’s protein consists of free amino acids and is ready as is to be used by the body. This alone can contribute a great deal to the body’s protein needs. Wheat germ and brewer’s yeast pale in comparison to bee pollen’s rejuvenation capabilities and get this….Pollens gathered by these busy little bees are rich in proteins, B-complex vitamins, free amino acids and folic acid.

ONE BEE  works 8 hours a day for a whole month to gather a TEASPOON of granules.  

Pee Pollen benefits include:

  • Allergy Relief
  • Anti Inflamatory 
  • Energy Booster
  • Skin Irritation Relief
  • Respiratory
  • Immunity Boost
  • Cuts Cravings 
  • Addiction Relief 
  • Cardiovascular  Support
  • Infertility Problems



Seriously though WHO KNEW?

Bee pollen has been shown to be  very effective in correcting chemical imbalances in metabolism and stimulating the metabolic process for normalization, stabilization and loss of excess weight. It amps up caloric burn and is low in calories at 90 calories per ounce, about 2 heaping tablespoons. Personally, I have never used more than a tablespoon at once. Bee pollen helps eliminate cravings with it’s phenylalanine content. Phenylalanine is what weight loss pill manufacturers replicate in chemical form. However, your body can’t read the manufactured chemical the way the real thing can.  The manmade chemical just straight up kills your appetite whether you are thin, fat, or just right with the added bonus of jitters. You know, the stuff that put Kelly Taylor on bathroom floor on Beverly Hills 90210.  Diet pills and quick fixes are bad news.  Don’t do it.  Bee pollen is smart.  Nature is legit and being more in tune with nature has benefits across the board.   

HOW MUCH?  Allergy prevention is one teaspoon per day. Gradually increase your dose to one tablespoon. Five whopping grams of protein are present and is such a nice addition if you already have some protein going on in your meal…. nuts, seeds, avocado…. Since your pollen is really a type of food and there are some fats in it. It is important to keep it refrigerated.  Anyone that asks you where do you get your protein if you don’t eat meat…. bee pollen is the highest source of animal protein by volume.   


“Bee pollen is a food and acts faster and more effectively when taken at mealtime and especially with fruit, which lets it gently, perform a little cleansing of the intestinal flora.”- Food Matters  


  • Bee pollen is not safe for pregnant women and should not be used during breastfeeding
  • Before taking a full dose of pollen it is very important to test for a possible extreme allergic reaction by ingesting just one pellet. Gradually build up over a week or so to the correct dose. If you are allergic to honey I would not recommend going there.

Here is  a tasty smoothie for you….

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