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Eaten to acquire youth and longevity, the Greeks and Romans referred to natural bee pollen as the “the life-giving dust”.
Pollen has been used throughout the ages as a source of food and nourishment. It contains a wide variety of long-chain fatty acids, vitamins, minerals and trace elements as well as enzymes from the bees themselves. This superfood has so many benefits and nutritional value that the German Federal Board of Health has officially recognised bee pollen as a medicine.
Amalsons Bee Pollen is collected from beehives in Sierra de Aguas, Alora, in Malaga Province in Spain. It is made by bees from flowers and trees around that area.
It can be used as a topping for yoghurt or cereal, blended into smoothies, and mixed into salad dressings. It had many other uses so long as it is not heated, which would damage some of the nutrients.
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How to use bee pollen in your everyday diet
Some of our favourite uses for bee pollen grains are:
- Push the healthiness of your smoothies and juices off the charts!
- Add a quick supplement to your diet. This is particularly great if you find yourself up against the busy tides and currents of life. And if just feel you could up your healthy eating game, a daily dose of bee pollen would be an admirable move.
- Do not feed raw honey or bee pollen to infants and young children under 12 months of age due to the chance of botulism poisoning. This is not a danger for older children or adults.
- Avoid bee pollen if you are allergic to pollen.