Bee pollen is world-renowned as a nutritious superfood and is often used as a holistic remedy for many conditions. In a previous blog post, "Bee Pollen - A Nutritional Powerhouse", I talked about all the nutritional benefits of bee pollen. Now that I've covered how great it is, I want to answer a few questions we commonly get asked about how to consume bee pollen and add it to your daily diet.
First, you must note that when taking bee pollen, just like any other bee products, you must proceed with caution due to an effect it can have on people who are allergic to bee products. Next, adults can try adding bee pollen a ¼ teaspoon at a time and should not exceed two teaspoons a day. Children should start with only a few granules and should not exceed a ½ teaspoon a day.
It's important to note that taste is relative - what tastes one way to one person, might taste another way to someone else. We all have different taste buds and preferences. My personal taste of bee pollen is intense, powdery, floral, a bit chalky and slightly sweet.
The best place to store your bee pollen is in the refrigerator or freezer. UV radiation (i.e. sunlight) and heat will diminish the nutritional value of pollen. Bee pollen stored in a cool, dark place can keep for about one to two years.
Now that you know all of its great benefits, it's good to know how to use it in your daily diet.
Stakich Bee Pollen is all natural and pure with no additives. It is collected from unsprayed and pesticide-free wildflower fields in rural Michigan. Our Bee Pollen has never been heated or dried so all of its enzymes are kept intact, providing you with all the nutritional benefits your body needs. Check out our entire bee pollen line here: Bee Pollen Products
If you have any additional questions, please reach out to us in our contact form and we'll be happy to answer whatever you need to know!
Note: Bee pollen can cause severe allergic reactions in some people. Do not consume it if you are allergic to bees. The information on this website has been provided for educational purposes only. We are not certified health professionals and are unqualified to offer medical advice. Talk to your doctor before introducing any new foods into your diet.
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