The bee pollen is collected by the bees from the flowers and brought to the hive, where it is picked to become a powerful supplement for humans. The granules of bee pollen are generally yellow and contain, in fact, proteins, essential fatty acids omega 3 and omega 6, sugars, vitamins, including vitamin A, group B, C, D, E, and minerals such as calcium, phosphorus, iron, potassium, copper, zinc and magnesium, and antioxidants. Bee pollen strengthens the body, by helping to deal with stress and physical and mental fatigue. Pollen is a powerful anti-inflammatory substance, it has a detoxifying action, it can be used by those who play sports by providing energy and fatigue resistance, it improves metabolism and increases concentration and intellectual performance for those who are studying for exams or in the elderly. Thanks to the essential fatty acids and antioxidants pollen brings also benefits to the cardiovascular system, by collaborating to control cholesterol and by strengthening the walls of blood vessels. This natural remedy is also useful in case of benign prostatic hyperplasia and prostatitis. You can eat the pollen grains in the morning, preferably on an empty stomach, in the dose of one teaspoon, you can add it also to yogurt or drinks but try to avoid coffee and tea that could counteract the integrator action. Caution to those who are allergic to pollen: it is true that the bee pollen can act as an antihistamine but it can also cause disorders, even severe, so in these cases always ask your physician for advice.
October 30, 2016
Vitamins, proteins, minerals, antioxidants, boosts the immune system, adaptogenic properties, helpful in case of stress and physical and mental fatigue, detoxifying effect, provides energy, improves intellectual activity and metabolism, lowers cholesterol, strengthens walls of blood vessels, anti-inflammatory properties, helpful in case of prostatitis and benign prostatic hypertrophy
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