Bee Pollen is frequently called "the perfect food" as it contains all of the essential amino acids and many vitamins and minerals. Bee Pollen is the food of the young bee and it is approximately 40% protein. It is considered one of nature's most completely nourishing foods. It contains nearly all the nutrients required by humans. About half of its protein is in the form of free amino acids that are ready to be used directly by the body. Such highly assailable protein can contribute significantly to one's protein needs.
When I’m at farmer’s markets selling Love A Bee honey, I often get questions like this: Customer: Is this local honey? It has to be from around here – I need local pollens because they help with my allergies. Me: Firstly, I’m glad to hear that honey is helping with your allergies! Raw honey is a wonderful food but if you’re wondering how it helps, there’s no scientific evidence that says that eating local honey will reduce your allergies. Any benefit you’re getting is almost certainly the placebo effect — but if you’re getting a benefit, that’s all good! As for local honey, go ahead — try our raw Bodega Bay honey here – It’s delicious!
Wait, the Superbowl of bees? Bees don’t play football? You’re right! But while you wont see a hive of bees in a pre-game huddle, you will see them preparing for their own big game, California’s almond pollination!
Did you know that bee pollen contains almost all of the nutrients required by the human body to thrive? That’s why the German Federal Board of Health has officially recognized it as a medicine. Explore all the holistic benefits that bee pollen can deliver.
New research published today has identified the most serious future threats to, but also opportunities for pollinating species, which provide essential agricultural and ecological services across the globe.