Bee Pollen is often referred to as nature’s most complete food. It is nature’s true “superfood”. There are many elements that your body needs every day and no one food contains them all . . . except bee pollen! It contains all the essential nutrients of life. Nutritional deficiencies are quite common today and bee pollen has all the nutrients that are needed for survival, except water. It contains more protein by weight than eggs, beef, or cheese. Bee pollen is rich in vitamins, complete proteins, free form amino acids, minerals, trace elements, fatty acids, carbohydrates, enzymes, and co-enzymes. Some researchers believe that bee pollen provides a better source of vitamins than any other single food.
Suggested Use: Since some people (very rare) can be sensitive to bee pollen, it is suggested that you only take a few granules to start. Then gradually increase a ¼ teaspoon amount each day until you reach 2 teaspoons a day. This process takes 9 days. It is important to not increase too quickly. You may find that taking 1 teaspoon twice a day works better for you than 2 teaspoons all at once. As for children, 1/2 teaspoon twice a day would be sufficient, following the same suggestion of starting with a few granules, then increasing gradually. One Bee Gold pouch is a month’s supply at 2 teaspoons per day.