NURE10007 Supernutrients

Bee Pollen (Super Nutrients) - 125g

  • Bee pollen is an appetising natural supplement that significantly improves nutrient intake.
  • Supernutrients Bee Pollen


Product Description

  • It is usually harvested between April and May after the rainy period has ended and before the start of summer when the bees finish collecting pollen
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    Bee pollen is a source of protein
  • Every measure is taken to ensure the final bee pollen arrives with us in the very best condition
  • Harsh processing methods such as steralisation or irradiation are avoided so as not to alter the complex composition of the pollen.
    The pollen is carefully cleaned and passed through different-sized sieves, allowing any foreign particles to be eliminated
  • Our granules can be enjoyed on their own, or may be added to yogurt and cereals as a healthy snack.
    Our pollen is the result of careful and natural bee-keeping that is considerate of the bees, the environment and the overall excellence of the final product
  • This way they are easily able to trace the origin of each product and evaluate them effectively.
    Finally, the pollen is packed in cardboard boxes within a hermetically sealed bag and stored in a cool, dry place
  • It also contributes to the maintenance of normal bones.
    In addition, bee pollen is high in vitamin C, B1 (Thiamin), B2 (Riboflavin), B3 (Niacin), iron and zinc, and is also a source of magnesium, all of which contribute to the normal functioning of a wide variety of processes within the body.
    Bee pollen supplements should be avoided by those allergic to bee stings, honey and other bee products
  • A net or thin mesh is placed on the main entrance of the beehives, so that when the bee enters the largest pollen pellets fall off and are gathered in a collection box
  • This drying process guarantees the product a longer shelf life, without diminishing any of its nutritional value
  • This process takes place only 3-4 days of the week, and for no longer than 4-5 weeks, ensuring that the bees have sufficient pollen for their own nourishment.
    Beekeeper collecting pollen 2Resized
    The collected pollen is then directly transported to a processing centre where it is heated in special air dryers that remove most of its moisture content at a temperature no higher than 45ºC
  • It then travels on a conveyor belt on which individual granules undergo the meticulous inspection and approval of expert staff
  • Our supplier takes great pride in the quality of their bee products and allocates an identification number per lot and bee-keeper
  • Protein contributes to a growth in, and maintenance of, muscle mass

Manufactured by

Nutrisure Ltd









Expected Despatch By 28/10/2016

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