What is pollen?
What is bee pollen?
Are they the same thing?
Pollen on flowers cannot be eaten without processing.
Bee pollen is a bee product.
But many people know more about honey than bee products.
Bee Pollen is pollen collected by bees and processed by bees. It is very precious, honeybees need about 500 flowers to complete pollen balls (4.2-10.7 mg).
Bee pollen is known for its nutritional value. It is called “all-natural nutritious food” and “rich nutrition library” (bee pollen is rich in protein and amino acids, its content is 5-7 times that of eggs and milk).
Natural bee pollen is rich in nutrients, such as iron, zinc, calcium, magnesium, potassium and more than 10 kinds of inorganic salts and more than 30 kinds of trace elements and 18 kinds of enzymes various amino acids, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, activity Substances and trace elements such as selenium, phospholipids, nucleic acids, etc. The amino acid content and ratio are the closest to the FAO model recommended by FAO. This is very rare in natural foods.
The benefits of natural bee pollen: enhance immunity, hematopoietic function, anti-aging, stomach, liver function, anti-cancer, enhance physical strength, intelligence, anti-radiation, cosmetic effects, freckle and other effects.
Bee pollen is a natural nutrient that can be imported without processing. This prevents the loss of certain nutrients during processing. Store in a refrigerator, eat with warm water or chewing at the entrance, or mix bee pollen with honey, or pulverize the bee pollen into powder. The amount of water used can give satisfactory results.
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