Bee Pollen. Packed with protein and phytonutrients. Great added to smoothies, yoghurt, cereal or any other way you desire.
Daily dose recommendations
Adults can try adding bee pollen a ¼ teaspoon at a time and can increase their daily intake to two tablespoons a day. Children can eat bee pollen, too, and should start with only a few granules.
Who should avoid bee pollen?
It also can interact with some medications, so always check with your provider before starting any supplements. And if you have allergies, are pregnant, breastfeeding or are under the age of 1, it would be best to avoid it due to safety concerns.
Benefits of bee pollen
Its unsaturated fatty acid content helps prevent harmful blood clots, improving blood flow around your body and reducing risk of heart disease and stroke. Bee pollen has anti-inflammatory effects, and scientists have found that it blocks the activity of enzymes that cause both acute and chronic inflammation.