Learning How To Take Bee Pollen

You may have heard about the various health benefits of bee pollen and it’s surprising nutritious value.

In fact, pollen contains all of the essential components of life from protein and carbohydrates to amino acids, vitamins, minerals and natural hormones.

It’s even been called natures most perfect food and has been shown to contain as much as five times the amino acids in beef, milk, eggs or cheese.

People are turning to healthier lifestyles and with this comes learning about healthy eating and natural supplements. Learn how the bee pollen diet can seem like a challenge because there are so many different ways to take it. But first.

Why Eat Bee Pollen?

The reasons why I eat bee pollen is the tremendous energy boost I get for workouts, from the high quantity of vitamins and minerals.

Including are vitamins A, B Complex, C, D, E, beta carotene, selenium and lecithin. One ounce of pollen contains the nutrient content of about three cooked meals.

In 1 oz. you would get your daily recommended amount of amino acids, which helps your body more effectively utilize the protein you consume as well as nearly all your daily recommended amount of protein.

Although this highly nutritious food can be taken in a capsules and tablets form – where some of it’s nutrients lose their effectiveness when the granules are processed and broken down. Raw Bee pollen granules is the best way to gain full benefit, but many people do not like the taste. However, eating raw granules by the spoonful is not your only option.

Try combining bee pollen with different ingredients, making flavorful smoothies or snacks that give you all the health benefits.
The easiest way to blend it with other foods is to create a fruit shake or other drink in a blender.

Bee Pollen Recipes

Breakfast Smoothie Mix:

  • 1 banana
  • 2 prunes(cooked and pitted)
  • 1 tablespoon ground flax seeds
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • ½ teaspoon lemon juice
  • ½ teaspoon orange juice
  • 1 teaspoon bee pollen.
  • Add a little milk, or even peanut butter for extra protein.

Breakfast drink

  • 1 cup of apple juice or orange juice (pure juice only: no sugar added)
  • 1 banana
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • 1 tablespoon bee pollen granules

Mix in a blender.

These recipes will make it more tasty; even if you grow to enjoy the taste of raw granules, you’ll want to mix it up with energy drinks and snacks.

To make sure you don’t have a bee pollen allergic reaction it is best to eat a very small amount at first.

Also if taken in large doses too soon, it can upset the gastro-intestinal system. Instead, pollen should be taken in small doses at first, gradually increasing them until the desired daily dosed is reached.

Bee Pollen can be used as a nutritious food topping for just about anything. Experiment and try it on salads, yogurt, and snacks. So there you have it the question of how to take bee pollen should not be an issue ever again?