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New Zealand Natural Bee Pollen

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Old March 20th 07, 02:13 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.health
Jean Helmet
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Default New Zealand Natural Bee Pollen

I know it might sound trivial but there is a lot to be said for finding the right bee pollen supplement. Bee pollen is collected in a variety of ways and likewise, is distributed in a variety of ways. It is also a sensitive issue as to where, geographically, the bee pollen was collected.

Not all bee pollen supplements are created equal, choosing the wrong supplement can mean the difference between vibrant health, and no therapeutic benefits at all. More over, many dietary supplements as a whole, not just bee pollen, have been found to harbour contaminants and toxins that can actually impair your health! On top of this, many dietary supplements were found to not contain the ingredients stated on the label. Don't just take our word, just an authority as the FDA recognises this industry wide problem.

With these points taken into consideration, letís take a look at the options we have when finding the right bee pollen supplement.

You, the consumer, needs to ask questions when it comes to the purity and efficacy of bee pollen, these considerations apply to all dietary supplements

What Are The benefits of bee pollen

The benefits of bee pollen are vast. It has been scientifically researched and proven to be an immune booster, a reliable source of acquiring vitamins and minerals in the body, and has a wide array of essential proteins.

Bee pollen has been shown to increase sexual functions in men, as well as increase libido in women. Bee pollen actually stimulates each and every organ in the body as well as the glands. It has been linked to a longer life span and increased longevity.

It is said in general to rejuvenate the body including the skin. Another common finding in studies involving bee pollen is that it can be used as a weight loss alternative as well as showing some appetite suppressant properties.

One of the most important bee pollen facts is that it is rich in antioxidants

The antioxidants in bee pollen are compounds chemists call flavonoids. Bee pollen packs the punch of myricetin, quercetin, rutin, and trans-cinnamic acid. You don't need to remember their names, but take a look at what they can do for you.

Myricetin helps white blood cells soak up the "bad" LDL cholesterol out of the bloodstream. Quercetin is a natural antihistamine - the right kind of pollen can be beneficial for your allergies! Rutin is best known as the remedy for varicose veins. Rutin protects veins throughout the body and may help prevent cancer as well. Your body uses trans-cinnamic acid to make its own antibiotics, and this potent nutrient also powers the detoxifying processes of the liver.

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