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Our Friends, the Bees

Oh Bumble-Bees, nature's best florists. Not only do they work tirelessly to provide us with their beautiful arrangements and their deliciously sweet honey, but did you know their pollen also provides huge health benefits?

Heralded as one of the richest and purest natural foods, Bee Pollen contains a lush amount of not only vitamins and minerals; but also amino acids, hormones, enzymes, fats and natural antibiotics.

Psst. Skip to the bottom to if you want to get the quick rundown on all the benefits!

Such busy little bodies!

Fun Facts about this tasty little snack:

  • Bee Pollen can have a positive dramatic effect on mental perception during athletic performance

  • Children's IQ have been shown to double in some documented clinical tests

  • Significant increase in resistance to stress in both animals and humans

  • Protects against any insufficiencies in vitamins, minerals and amino acids --- especially during pregnancy, lactation, and intensive physical or mental work

  • Helps to forestall any internal metabolic disorders that eventually could generate various disease conditions

  • Furnishes building blocks that are essential for the repair of worn-out cells or tissues

Did the Doctor say you needed more Vitamin Bee? ...See what we did there ;)

You're in luck! In one gram of Bee Pollen, the following quantities of B-Complex vitamins can be found:

Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) : 9.2mg

Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) : 18.5mg

Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) : 5.0 mg

Nicotinic Acid : 200.0 mg

Pantothenic Acid : 27.6 mg

Folic Acid : 5.0 mg

And here's just a few more of the vitamins that can be found in Bee Pollen: B5, B12, D, Biotin, Inositol and PABA.

For those of us who are needing a little extra TLC in the weight-loss department, Bee Pollen is definitely something you'll want to look into! Pollen regulates and stimulates your metabolism by supplying the missing catalysts that other foods do not. It helps you absorb the proper nutrients from your foods that you might otherwise miss out on. At the same time, our helpful friend neutralizes the catabolic effects of various toxins, environmental pollutants, synthetic drugs or food additives; thereby saving our precious muscles we're trying hard to build! These abs won't come for free, honey! ...(Oh, we're full of Bee puns)

Are you ready for the fun list of physiological functions that Bee Pollen can help you with? This is our favorite part!...

Accelerates growth of healthy new cells

Promotes increased tissue repair

Enhances greater toxic elimination

Reduces excessive cholesterol levels

Regulates blood pressure

Promotes increased resistance to infection

Activates the glands of internal secretion

Stimulates increased gastric secretory flows (read: greatly helps your gut health!!)

Stabilizes the entire nervous system

Improves fertility in women

Retards the growth of benign or malignant tumors

Eliminates excessive calcium deposits

Expels excessive uric acid accumulations

Shortens recovery time

Restores normal and healthy appetites

Promotes increased growth of skin tissue and counteracts wrinkles

Regulates the systemic biological functions

Increases calmness and relaxation

Natural anti-aging properties

Increased concentration and memory improvement

Prolongs youthfullness

Enhances sexual activity

Provides increased strength, vigor and vitality

Provides increased stamina, endurance and energy - levels

Promotes a more optimistic outlook on life

and finally...

Provides an overall feeling of well-being.

Good to Note: During many years of testing, Bee Pollen has been notable for its lack of harmful side-effects. It is a completely natural product that is well tolerated by the body, compatible with other forms of therapy and suitable for all ages. Kids eat your pollen!

And the best part?

Bee Pollen vitamins exist in perfect proportion, so you can take comfort in knowing you're getting the proper amount every time. This is the one sweet snack you can enjoy guilt free!

We love you little Bumble Bees!

***This information is for educational purposes and is not intended to cure, diagnose, or treat any disease.***

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