Monday, July 4, 2011

DXN Bee Pollen


BEE POLLEN INGREDIENTS(vitamins for kids and adults)

Bee Pollen contains all of the nutrients needed to sustain life. In fact, studies have shown that generations of mice have been born and lived on bee pollen exclusively, with no signs of malnourishment.
-Bee Pollen has high concentrations of the B vitamin complex and also contains Vitamins A, C, D, and E
Its composition is: approximately
-35% protein, 55% carbohydrates,
-2% fatty acids
-3% minerals and vitamins
-Because of its B vitamin complex, bee pollen is often taken for increasing energy and vitality.


Bee Pollen is also used to bolster immune function, and for detoxifying the body. There have also been a number of clinical trials with respect to its promising ability to ward off cancerous tumors in mice.
Athletes often use bee pollen for endurance, strength, stamina, and mental clarity. There have also been some studies that show it may help in alleviating allergies. A number of Olympic athletes and prominent professional boxers have attributed their improved energy and stamina to a regular intake of bee pollen.
Bee pollen has helped manage menstrual pain and irregularities, as shown by a double-blind study of Bogdan Tekavcic, M.D., chief of the Ljubljana Center for Gynecology in Yugoslavia. For two months, half of the women in the study were given a mixture of bee pollen and royal jelly, and the other half a placebo. Almost all the women taking bee products demonstrated vast improvement or total disappearance of menstrual pain. The placebo group showed little or no change.
Experiments reveal that bee pollen is an amazing biological stimulant with healing properties. In his book Sexual Nutrition, Morton Walker described the effects of bee pollen on both animals and humans with a variety of medical disorders. Treatment with bee pollen improved energy levels, relieved constipation and diarrhea and acted as a tranquilizer for hyperactive patients. Other effects were increased blood hemoglobin ( the part of the red blood cell ) and stress reduction at the cellular level.


The benefits of Bee Pollen have been written about for thousands of years in ancient medical texts.
Hippocrates, the Father of Medicine, believed that bee pollen contributed to long life. Russian researcher Prof. Nicolai Vasilievich Tsitsin, a biologist and experimental botanist at the Longevity Institute, tried to discover why so many natives of Georgia, formerly of the Soviet Union, reportedly lived to upwards of 125 years old.
Most of these modern Methuselahs who live in dry, desert-like climates, are beekeepers, who every day eat raw, unprocessed honey with bee pollen." All of the 200 or more people past 125 years of age in Georgia, without exception, state that their principal food is pollen and honey - mostly pollen," said Prof. Tsitsin. Naum Petrovich Joirich, M.D., chief scientist at the Longevity Academy in Vladivostak, said that "long lives are attained by bee pollen users. Bee pollen is one of the original treasure houses of nutrition and medicine. Each grain contains every important substance necessary to life."

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