Generally include pollen
The pollen is the sperm of flowers. From the nature of containing all necessary structural components and throughout the life energy to create and to support new life. For this reason, and only makes the unparalleled by any other food or supplements. The pollen collected and processed by bees from different flowers. It is the richest natural food in proteins, vitamins, amino acids, sugars, fats, minerals, trace elements, afxintikous paragontes, hormones, enzymes, and other extremely essential ingredients for our organization.
From each flower pollen get different content on all of these, so often the pollen is mixed from several species of flowers. The pollen is found in three forms in the market: in dry pollen in pollen and FRESH in a fermented form called melissopsomo. The melissopsomo the considered separate product, because present different properties. The smaller the degree of intervention in the original form of pollen, as we get from the hive, the benefits of the higher than this. The dried pollen is at 20-40% less than the nutritional FRESH pollen.
This percentage may correspond to 100% loss of valuable antibiotics and anaptyxiogonon factors, enzymes and other active substances are destroyed, either by drying or from oxidation during storage, transport and distribution.
Pollen is stored exclusively in the refrigerator. The dried pollen may be stored outside the refrigerator for a short time (2 to 3 months) and since it is fresh because it loses too quickly its nutritional properties. The dry pollen refrigerated loses about 15-20% of the nutrients of each year. Or raw pollen stored preferably in the freezer and keep 100% of nutrients for a long time (1-2 years).
The dried pollen is generally unpleasant peculiar flavor reminiscent of fish oil. Or raw pollen according to the plant of origin, has special pleasant, slightly sweet, flowery taste.
Pollen is high in rutin (vitamin R), which significantly enhances the entire capillary system of the human body. Contains B-complex vitamins (B1, B2, B6, nicotinic acid, pantothenic acid, folic acid, and in small quantities (only in non-dry pollen) B5 and B12. It contains vitamin C, D, biotin, inositol, and the non dry pollen contained small amounts of vitamin K. It contains significant amounts of active carotenoid, such as previtamin-D, and small amounts of vitamin E.
AMINO – PROTEINS
Pollen is rich in amino acids and proteins. Amino acids are building blocks of proteins. The composition of pollen protein components is about 20-35 wt-%, and varies with the type of pollen. From these approximately 1/3 in the form of free amino acids. In pollen contained 20 amino acids, but the important thing is that it contains all 8 essential amino acids not produced by the human body. These are: isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, tryptophan, phenylalanine, cysteine and tyrosine. The proteins contained in pollen is of high biological value and no counterparts stress. This means that it is absorbed largely by the organization, not the body produces acuity and not evnnoei the creation and development of pests, as do meat, eggs and dairy. The amount of protein components pollen is 7.3 times greater than that found in an equal weight of the meat, eggs and milk. As ek’toutou, 20 – 30gr pollen can meet daily protein requirements of an adult.
Pollen contained fat in grade 5-20%. Some of them have the capacity not only to reduce the bad LDL cholesterol, but also increase the good HDL cholesterol and protects from atherosclerosis. It is known to the pollen detoxifies LIVER (and generally ENTIRE digestive) and it helps the pancreas. The combination of pollen in honey, help the body burn fat and weight loss.
Pollen contained more than 12 key enzymes, highly necessary mainly metabolic processes of the organization, a very large number of antioxidants, large quantities in minerals and trace elements, more than three growth promoters and growth factors and certain strong antibiotic agents. The combination of pollen, the mother tincture of propolis is the largest antibiotic dynamite of nature against viruses, bacteria and parasites.
The most important of all, as a study, is that pollen contains a balanced combination in quantity, not only among the various vitamins, but between vitamins, minerals and enzymes, which act synergistically.