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Pollen is the food that bees collect from blooming plants. This is not the pollen that causes allergies, but the pollen that for a human is a useful and rich blend of nutrients. Consuming one teaspoon of pollen provides the body with valuable proteins, carbohydrates, the minerals zinc, iron, magnesium and copper, and vitamins A, B, C and E.

Vitamin A protects our eyes. Its retinal metabolite is essential for eyesight at night and color vision. Vitamin B has an effect on the human nervous and cardiovascular system, protein synthesis, carbohydrate and fat degradation, and minimizing the cholesterol level in blood. Vitamin E is an antioxidant that protects cells against toxic substances, strengthens the immune system so that our bodies can more easily fight bacteria and viruses, and regulates muscle growth.

Therefore pollen is a concentrate of nutrients, which should be taken on a daily basis, regardless of age and activity.

 

Key components of pollen are:

  • proteins
  • the minerals, copper, zinc, magnesium and iron and the
  • vitamins A, B, C and E.

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