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January 29, 2008 at 10:45 AMComments: 0 Faves: 0

Bee Pollen and Your Reproductive Health


Bee pollen has been revered for centuries as one of nature's most complete foods. Found in ancient Chinese and Egyptian texts, and even the Bible, bee pollen has been noted as a positive source of nutrition. Pythagoras, Hippocrates and Pliny the Elder, all credited as the fathers of western medicine, prescribed bee pollen along with other traditional health practitioners due to the property of healing contained within the pollen. Bee pollen contains the power for total body rejuvenation. Enhancing vitality, stimulating glands and organs, an extending longevity of life are just a few positives of the pollen. Around the world those interested in enhancing and improving body performance and function, such as world class athletes, have chosen bee pollen as a favorite due to its noticeably and effective ability to increase energy levels.

What's The Buzz About?

Bee pollen is essential to reproductive health in women for several reasons. First, let's look at all the vital components bee pollen contains. Anyone who makes a habit of eating healthy know wheat germ is a great source of nutrition. The percentage of body optimizing elements in bee pollen astoundingly exceeds that of wheat germ. The vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and flavanoids found in bee pollen may efficiently corrects any imbalances in the immune system and body. It also may correct deficiencies in the body due to poor diet. In this day and age it is hard to get all the healthy things we need. On top of that, chemicals added into foods today can cause an endless number of psychological and physical problems. In Chinese medicine, bee pollen is considered a tonic for energy and nutrition.

Bee Pollen: Greatest Body Builder on Earth

Bee pollen has so many uses and incredibly functions to strengthen the body that is almost unbelievable. Unfortunately bee pollen is hard to find in its purest form. Several vitamins offer the same essential nutrients found in the pollen bee's collect. Your reproductive health and overall health can greatly benefit from the high intensity nutrition found in this pollen.

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