Bee Pollen – A Complete Food

I recently discussed bee pollen with Dr. Harvey Cohen. For the last 22 years, he has included it in his high-quality bird, dog, cat, and horse food. This brief overview was prepared using material provided by Dr. John Christopher, Dr. Bernhard Jensen, Dr. Maurice Hansen, Dr. Naum J.Loirich, Dr. Alicia McWatters, and others.

Bee pollen is a comprehensive source of nutrition. Its health advantages have been recognized since ancient times. According to studies, it covers all of the nutritional requirements of humans and most animals. Its worth is being recognized by an increasing number of bird owners and breeders. Bee pollen is the male reproductive component of all plants. It contains the plant’s DNA and RNA. Some experts believe that consuming foods high in genetic material, such as DNA and RNA, hastens the healing process.

Bee pollen is a complete food supplement that includes at least 130 nutritionally significant compounds (discovered by French, British, and American researchers). The high grade protein content surpasses that of beef or chicken. Bee pollen contains around 50% carbohydrates and is high in fatty acids, practically all known minerals, amino acids, enzymes, trace elements, vitamins such as B complex, A,C,D,E, and beta carotene, which is an antibiotic effective against E.coli.

Vitamin A, B1 Thiamin, B2 Riboflavin, B3 Niacin, B6 Group, Vitamin B Complex, Pantothenic Acid, Biotin, B12, Folic Acid, Choline, Inositol, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, Vitamin K, and Rutin are all found in bee pollen.

Calcium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Sulphur, Sodium, Chlorine, Iron, Manganese, Copper, Iodine, Zinc, Silicon, Molybdenum, Boron, Titanium, Magnesium are all minerals.

Amylase, Diastase, Saccarase, Pectase, Phosphatase, Catalase, Disphorase, Cozymase, Cytochrome, Lactic, Dehydrogenase, Succiniohydrogenase, Succiniohydrogenase, Succiniohydrogenase, Succiniohydrogenase, Succiniohydrogenase, Succiniohydr 24 Oxido-Reductases, 21 Transferases, 33 Hydrolases, 11 Lyases, 5 Isomerases, Pepsin, and Trypsin are all found in the human body.

Isoleucine, Leucine, Lysine, Methionine, Thereonine, Alanine, Valine, Histidine, Arginine, Cystine, Aspartic Acid, Phenylalanine, Proline, Glutamic Acid, Glycine, Serine, Tryptophan, and Tyrosine are the amino acids.

Nucleic Acids, Flavinoids, Phenolic Acids, Tarpenes, Nucleosides, Fructose, Fructose, Gibberellins, Resins, Lecityin, Xanthophyllis, Guanine, and Xanthine are among the others.

Protein 21.2%; Carbohydrates 48.5%; Fatty Acids 9.9%; Ash 2.7%; Fiber 3.5%; Water 14.2% are the primary components.

Feeding bee pollen reduces nutritional imbalances, inadequacies, and toxic buildup in the body, as well as strengthening the immune system and preventing sickness. The most essential thing to remember with bee pollen, like with any other plant, supplement, or food, is to choose a fresh, high-quality product. Bee pollen is regarded as a complete meal due to its nutritional balance of protein, carbs, lipids, and all other components. It is the most nutrient-dense food on the planet.

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