Why Bee Pollen is a Good Bet

Why Bee Pollen is a Good Bet

Here at Stakich, we can't say enough great things about Bee Pollen! Whether you are an athlete striving to increase your energy or simply want to add a nutritive boost to your diet, adding Stakich Bee Pollen to your favorite meals is a great way to achieve high quality nutrition. 

Bee Pollen is considered one of nature's most nutritious foods, containing nearly all of the nutrients required by the human body.  It’s loaded with protein, antioxidants, all 22 amino acids, vitamins, enzymes, calcium, zinc, iron and folic acid. Amazingly enough, it contains more amino acids than beef, eggs, or cheese of equal weight!

For those looking for some weight loss help, Bee Pollen helps regulate hormones by utilizing its rich source of amino acids to help increase your metabolism by dissolving fat cells in the body. 

It also contains a natural histamine and antibacterial properties which is why it is used regularly by people struggling with allergy symptoms, and to support the immune system. 

Another great perk of the amino acids and vitamins in Bee Pollen are that they protect the skin and help regenerate cells. Bee Pollen's rich source of antioxidants, make it effective in slowing down the aging process. You will even find Bee Pollen as an ingredient in topical skin products used to treat eczema and other skin irritations! 

Complete with B vitamins, carbohydrates and protein, it keeps you going all day by fighting off fatigue and enhancing stamina. Get creative and enjoy its sweet crunch on top of most anything! Sprinkle it on top of your morning cereal, stir it into your afternoon smoothie or add it onto salad for an added energy boost. It also works great as a topping for ice cream!

However you decide to enjoy it, make sure it is a quality product and comes from a good source. Stakich Bee Pollen is all natural and pure with no additives. Our Bee Pollen has never been heated or dried so all of its enzymes are kept in tact, providing you with all the nutritional benefits your body needs.

 

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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