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Bee pollen

Bee pollen simply contains all the nutrients your body needs.

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Bee pollen is pollen collected by our bees when they are out collecting nectar from flowers.


Every time a bee visits a flower to collect nectar, they also collect pollen from the flower which settles on their body. When they fly from flower to flower, they release pollen to the flowers, which is called pollination, but at the same time receive more pollen than they release. When a bee returns to the hive after a trip for nectar, it brings two pollen granules, each of which contains up to 5 million pollen spores.

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Bee pollen is small but really powerful.


For us humans, it is considered one of nature's most nutritious and complete foods. It contains almost all the nutrients we as humans need.

What does bee pollen contain?

Bee pollen is primarily food for the young bees, and it consists of approx. 40% protein. It is considered one of nature's most nutritious and complete foods.

It contains almost all the nutrients we as humans need. 

50% of the protein is in the form of free amino acids that are ready to be directly used by the body. Protein of that nature can contribute significantly to one's protein needs.

We can use it for our breakfast, in salads, juices, smoothies, in fact the only limit is the imagination.

It doesn't take much more than 2-3 teaspoons a day to get some of all these beneficial nutrients.

Bee pollen is full of many different nutrients:

  • Amino acids

  • Antioxidants

  • Antibiotic factors


  • Enzymes

  • Glucosides

  • Hormones

  • Minerals

  • Vitamins

  • - and several other elements that have not yet been fully elucidated.

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There are 22 amino acids in bee pollen, i.a. all the essentials in very high concentrations. This makes bee pollen a very useful protein supplement because it covers the whole spectrum. Measured individually, it has a higher protein content than meat, eggs and cheese - without the large amounts of fat.


Since bee pollen contains many phytochemicals, including flavonoids, carotenes and phytosterols, it is an excellent source of the most important antioxidants such as lycopene, selenium, quercetin and beta-carotene.


Bee pollen can regulate intestinal bacteria, so that toxic waste substances are neutralized, and the blood is thus cleaned better.


The bees carry the genetic material from the plants the bees have collected pollen from. DNA/RNA is found in pollen, as pollen is the part of the plant responsible for reproduction.


Pollen is rich in enzymes and therefore promotes metabolism and digestion. It contains 18 different enzymes, including amylase, diastase, phosphatase, pepsin and trypsin. The enzymes are necessary for all body functions, and since bee pollen contains so many enzymes in such large quantities, it is a great help for the whole body.


Glucosides are natural sugars that are part of the body's energy structure. One of the most important glucosides is rutin, which is an important factor in increasing the resistance of the capillary walls to infection, promoting heart function and respiration, speeding up wound healing and blood clotting, and keeping blood pressure in check by controlling blood flow.


Pollen contains plant hormones which activate and support the body's hormone glands so that they function better. This is especially important for men, as the plant hormones can also help to improve sperm quality.



There are 27 different minerals in pollen, including calcium, magnesium, iron and potassium, as well as boron, chlorine, copper, iodine, molybdenum, phosphorus, selenium, silicon, sodium, sulphur, titanium and zinc.


All known vitamins from A to K are found in concentrated amounts in bee pollen. The vitamins include provitamin A, vitamins B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin), B5 (pantothenic acid), B6 (pyridoxine), B9 (folic acid), B12 (cyanocobalamin), C, D, E and K and biotin , choline, inositol and rutin.

Bee pollen with vitamin B12

Notice that bee pollen even contains vitamin B12, which is otherwise only rarely found in plants and plant products.

This vitamin is extremely important for the burning of fat, carbohydrates and protein and for building up blood cells and bone marrow - and also helps to keep both the skin and the nervous system healthy.

When you take into account that all the other vitamins are also present, you have to conclude that bee pollen is a fantastic supplement to the diet if you want to do something for the health of all the body's organs.

You can buy 25 grams of pollen granules for DKK 35. 

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