We have 10 x Apibal Freeze Cracked Bee Pollen Packs (60 capsules - enough for 1-2 months) to giveaway. To be in with a chance of winning click below to enter...
Bee pollen is one of nature’s great gifts - a wonderfully natural nutrient dense food containing proteins (including all 20 essential amino acids), carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals & enzymes - that has long been valued for a host of nutritional and therapeutic benefits.
While bee pollen is commonly taken simply as an excellent balanced daily nutritional supplement, people also take bee pollen for a variety of natural health reasons, including:
- Fighting allergies such as hay fever
- For its anti-ageing properties
- As an antioxidant
- For balancing hormones
- Boosting metabolism
- Raising energy levels
- Supporting a detox
- Assisting the immune system
What’s different about Apibal™ Bee Pollen?
Much of the goodness of pollen is locked within the pollen grain’s hard shell. Using nectar and enzymes, the honeybees compact these grains into dense bee pollen granules which can then be stored as food in the hive.
Bee pollen can be hard to fully digest, so Apibal™ uses a special freeze-cracking process to delicately break open the hard shells of the bee pollen grains. The cracked grains are then milled to a fine powder at a low temperature to avoid risking heat degradation to the nutrients. In this way, Apibal™ bee pollen releases and safeguards all the nutrients within its bee pollen, making it more bioavailable to ensure you get the best from your pollen.
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