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Pollen from GM soybeans threatens Mexico's honey sales

2/11/2014 6:17:17 PM - A large part of Mexico's agricultural export is honey. They are ranked fifth worldwide for exporting the bees' food, but recently Germany rejected a batch of honey from Mexico. Pollen from genetically modified (GM) soybean plants was found in the honey being imported. Bee keepers in the region and...

Research shows that bee pollen can improve skin, increase fertility and more

1/17/2014 - Bee pollen, also called bee bread, is a small granule of pollen (mixed with other ingredients such as nectar and bee saliva) created by worker bees to help feed the hive. The exact chemical composition of these granules depends on the types of plants from which the worker bees gather the pollen, but...

Three bee products that make great health supplements

11/24/2013 - As ongoing soil erosion continues to deplete the nutritional value of many of our healthiest fruits and vegetables, more and more people are starting to seek out less conventional foods to meet their daily vitamin and mineral requirements. Indeed, the sales of little-known but nutrient-rich foods such...

The healing power of bee pollen

11/11/2013 - Bees have been in the news a lot lately, and not for good reasons. Colony collapse disorder has been debated around the world, with fingers being pointed at many culprits. Not only does this crisis affect our overall food production, but it also hampers the production of one of nature's richest and...

Simple home remedies for hayfever and allergies

8/12/2013 - More than 10 million Americans suffer from allergy and hay fever symptoms. Spring, summer and fall produce a wide variety of tree, flower and grass pollens. These pollens in turn create a wide variety of symptoms ranging from nasal congestion, runny nose, itchy eyes, headaches, insomnia and depression....

Seventy-five percent of honey bought at the supermarket isn't real honey

5/28/2013 - Large scale tests on US supermarket honey now reveal that roughly 75 percent of honey on the market isn't even real. According to investigation by Food Safety News, today's mass produced honey is often times void of real pollen, artificially processed and laundered from China. Honey manufacturing experts...

Bee pollen: One of the world's most perfect superfoods

11/27/2012 - One of the most unique substances on the planet, bee pollen, probably doesn't get the recognition it deserves. This superfood possesses all of the nutrients essential to sustain human life, with a breakdown of 55 percent carbohydrates, 35 percent protein, three percent vitamins and minerals, two percent...

Amazing bee products that cure and protect

11/23/2011 - Honey Bee pollen, propolis, and Royal Jelly are considered super foods. There are those who swear by their rejuvenating and energizing benefits. And there are some who dismiss those claims while mentioning allergic reaction dangers. This article intends to shed some light on those honeybee products. Defining...

Don't waste your money and risk your health with "funny honey" illegally imported from China

11/11/2011 - Raw, unfiltered honey is your healthiest choice for health benefits. You couldn't ask for a healthier sweetener, unless you pay more for New Zealand Manuka honey. However, there are several honey scams that deprive you of honey's health benefits. Some of the honey posers are absolutely unhealthy. The...

Bees 'entomb' pesticide-tainted pollen in effort to protect themselves from extinction

4/13/2011 - A crucial lifeblood to agriculture, bees continue to face threats of extinction by things like pollution and pesticides, both of which are implicated in causing mass bee die-offs, also known as "colony collapse disorder" or CCD (http://www.naturalnews.com/honey_bees.html). And scientists say that because...

Pine Pollen - Boost testosterone and balance hormones

3/28/2011 - Raw pine pollen is the richest seedbed of testosterone derived from plants; since it is the male sperm of pine trees, it fosters plush growth in all living creatures, from trees and plants, to animals, to humans. Some experts claim that pine pollen is an ingredient in certain pharmaceuticals designed...

Bee Pollen - Eat to prolong longevity and reverse nutritional deficiencies

11/21/2010 - Bee pollen can be described as one of the most nutritious foods on the planet. It has been referred to as a "Nature`s fountain of youth" because it provides so many health benefits. It may even be a cure for certain health problems. Bee pollen has been used for thousands of years. It was used by...

Bee Pollen: Nature Provides an Answer for Allergies

4/14/2010 - It may seem counterintuitive to think that something with the word "pollen" in its title may actually be a powerful tool for combating pollen and other allergies. Yet the supporting evidence of bee pollen's prowess in helping people overcome seasonal and other allergy related conditions is impressive....

Bee pollen superfood boosts immune system function

11/24/2009 - There are many superfoods that boost immune function, but few do it with as much potency as bee pollen. Through its unique combination of minerals, vitamins, amino acids and enzymes, bee pollen offers one of the most revitalizing natural superfoods in the world (especially when collected from local...

Superfood Profile: Discover the Health Benefits of Bee Pollen

10/5/2009 - Before our modern age of sterilization and sanitation, traditional medicine was based on healing herbal and food remedies that may seem eccentric by our "civilized" standards. And while substances like bee pollen were highly prized at one time, today the idea may seem quite bizarre at first glance....

Allergies Increase: Botanical Sexism in Urban Environments Leads to Higher Pollen Counts

7/14/2009 - Seasonal allergies affect millions of Americans each year, causing symptoms that include sneezing, runny nose, nasal congestion, and itchy, watery eyes. Pollen is the most common outdoor allergen responsible for triggering these symptoms. Both the number and severity of allergy cases have been growing...

Bee Pollen: A Powerful Sex Drive Enhancer

11/12/2008 - Bee Pollen is not only great for sex drive, it will also make you feel great, have more sustained energy, increase your endurance, relieve stress, enhance your immunity, and reduce allergies... as well as improve your sex life. Bee pollen is powerful food, after all, pollen's role in nature is to...

Four Inexpensive Whole Food Supplements

10/15/2008 - There is no denying that times are tough for everyone. Some people may be considering cutting back on the amount they spend for supplements, thinking that they really aren't seeing any results, so why keep buying them. This may be a good time to find out that all the nutrients needed for complete and...

Bee Pollen: The Healing Superfood for Optimum Health

3/20/2008 - Bee Pollen is one of the most well known superfoods on the planet. Its research began with the people of the Caucasus Mountains in the former Soviet Union. Doctors began to study them because of their optimum health and longevity. Many of them were healthily living to 125 years old. A large percentage...

Bee Pollen - A Budget Friendly Food for Health and Healing

3/6/2008 - Bee pollen is often referred to as nature's most complete food. Pollen harvested from a diverse selection of geographic areas contains all the essential components of life in a good tasting, chewable, easily digested, and highly bio-available form that can be consumed by anyone from young children to...

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