Bee pollen is an extremely nutritionally complex food. Pollen granules contain 3-14% fatty acids (linoleic, linolenic and arachidonic acid), 15-35% carbohydrates, a number of vitamins (B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, C, carotene, provitamin A, biotin, E and ruby), substances with antibiotic effects and 2-7% minerals with traces of trace elements (iron, copper, potassium, sodium, magnesium, calcium and silicon). Bee pollen contains 5-7 times more amino acids than beef, eggs or cheese.
It helps with digestive disorders, has a positive effect against hair loss and increased nail brittleness, improves the ability to think and is beneficial in the fight against fatigue and exhaustion.
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We have pollen from hives located in the Radošina area.
We like to add the pollen to our breakfast muesli, oatmeal or just white yoghurt with a little honey. After exercise, we replenish our protein with a dose of bee pollen mixed in a smoothie or fruit juice. On Instagram, pollen is a ready-made star, inspiring us with photos of food stylists who use pollen sprinkles to bring the pictured food to visual perfection.