EntoVida Bee Pollen Granules
65 grams (a little over 2 ounces)
454 grams (about half a pound)
Air tight zipper bag for easy opening & re-closing.
Bee Pollen. A sweet and healthy addition to any diet. Use it straight or add it to your salads, cereals or other dishes.
WARNING: If you are allergic to bee stings or suffer from heavy pollen allergies, you may want to avoid taking bee pollen. If you are unsure, try taking a few pollen granules a day for a few days before increasing the amount.
Information: It has been claimed that bee pollen is a true superfood because bee pollen contains nearly all of the nutrients required by humans.
Have you ever looked closely at a honey bee while it is busy at work in a flower? The small balls of pollen you see on it’s hind legs are the pollen granules you see here.
Bee are responsible for pollinating more than 80% of the planet’s grains, fruits, vegetables and legumes.
Pollen is about 40% protein and is the food of young bees. It contains free amino acids, and vitamins which include A, B-complex, C, D, E and K along with folic acid. That’s why many people call it nature’s vitamin pill.
The pollen is collected from established, active and sustained hives. The bees are healthy and well cared for.
Serving size: Most people enjoy taking one or two tablespoons a day. You can eat it raw or sprinkle it on salads, cereal or other food dishes.
Fun Fact: Each pollen granule holds over one a million pollen grains. A teaspoon can contain over two billion pollen grains.
Please Note: The color of bee pollen changes depending upon the flowers that are in bloom and the locality of the hive. So, the pictures may represent bee pollen that is lighter or darker than the pollen granules you receive.
This Men’s fitness article gives some fast facts and a bee pollen smoothie recipe: