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Bee Pollen :: A Miraculous SuperFood

 

 Our great ancestors referred to Bee Pollen as “The Golden Coin”
– “The Life-Giving Dust” – The “Ambrosia” eaten to acquire
eternal youth. Pollen was entombed with pharaohs, it was used
by the American Indians, and for centuries by tribes in China.

Let’s expand more intimately into the Bee itself a little.
I invite you to remember that I view the universe and nutrition
as Light + Vibration + Frequency + Sound + Energy =’s Symmetry!

Viewing the mastery of the Bees from the architecture of their
hive, we see each cell is six-sided or a hexagram. The genius
and mysticism of this geometrical shape is one of the most
efficient forms in our cosmos.

The Bee is an evolved and empathic life form tuned to our
Earth’s magnetic field, light and Optic Flow (measure of
movement across the visual field). They rely on the
sun as their primary navigation source. What this reveals
is a glimpse into the profound intelligence of what is
encoded in each serving of Pollen we ingest.

 

“Bee Pollen is one of the most nutritious foods on Earth."– David Wolfe, author of “The Sunfood Diet Success System”

 

The question I am asked most often by people as I speak to groups
and in private consultations is, “Where do I get my protein Dalkoiya”?
Ask and you shall receive always! Bee Pollen is the most astounding
source of protein I have discovered in my research thus far.

 

Gram for gram,
Bee Pollen is more vital
in proteins and contains more amino acids
than any animal protein source including
meat, eggs, or cheese!

 

The are many unique qualities to Bee Pollen as a protein source.
One, it is an Alkaline forming food, whereas most protein
sources are acid forming. Two, the protein in Pollen
is predigested which is easy for the human physiology
to assimilate with grace and ease. The significance
here is that your body receives this protein quickly
and efficiently which is not the case when
ingesting animal based proteins.

Pollen is also vibrantly abundant in trace minerals, such
as calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, iron, manganese, potassium,
copper, silicon, sulphur choline, titanium, and sodium. 
These minerals are bound organically from plant metabolism
which means they are amazingly assimilable for our bodies.
This also means that we preserve our life energy and extend
our longevity as we digest this nutrient dense food, which
is a significant factor to consider.

 

Mineralization is a great key to longevity….

 

Extensive medical research has revealed that Bee Pollen contains
more than 5000 different enzymes and co-enzymes. This my friendly
readers exceeds all other foods in existence!  This high amount of
enzymes, such as catalase, amylase, and pectin-splitting enzymes,
make pollen and aid to digestion. 

I am feeling so enthusiastic + grateful writing this article for you.
I feel the Bees channeling through my fingers!
Ok, here are more inspirational facts about the
benefits of this truly Cosmic Food….. 

 


Bee Pollen is a phenomenal vegetarian source of……

 

 
Possible physiological benefits to ingesting Bee Pollen……

  • Increase muscle growth and definition
  • Enhances antioxidant activity
  • Boosts energy and stamina
  • Strengthens blood capillaries
  • Enhances sexuality
  • Extends longevity
  • Sustained states of wellness

 


Possible Spiritual benefits to ingesting Bee Pollen……

  • Greater connection to the Sun (key source of life energy)
  • Feeling more connected to the natural world as a whole
  • Greater alignment to the Earth’s magnetic field
  • Heightened sense of intuitive navigation
  • Increased awareness of distance and depth perception
  • Experience a state of relaxation around bees vs fear

 


Some Helpful Reminders……

  • Bee Pollen is the most prevalent Superfood in America
  • Purchase bee pollen local to your home region
  • Keep your bee pollen refrigerated

 


All beings of nature simply require nutrients
vibrant with nature’s wisdom that are pure
and unaltered to thrive!

 

Enjoyfully,

Dalkoiya Batchelor

  • Nutritionist
  • Health Intuitive
  • Life & Relationship Counselor
     

 

I educate and guide clients who are ready for a health transformation by way of Nutritive Cleansing – Detoxing, Living Liquid Nutrition and Cellular Revitalization resulting in an empowered state of sustainably vital health. – Dalkoiya Batchelor´╗┐´╗┐

 

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7 Natural Energy Boosters

Do you experience a daily afternoon energy crash that only lifst with a caffeine boost or feel a general sense of fatigue throughout the day?  According to research you are not alone.  Fatigue is the second most complained about problem to doctors in North America.






Unfortunately, many people turn to caffeine to boost their energy levels.  That approach provides short-lived energy at best.  At worst, it may cause damage to your body in the form of caffeine addiction, blood sugar fluctuations and adrenal gland depletion that makes you more vulnerable to stress.  Since caffeine continues to work for about 12 hours, that afternoon coffee may leave you lying awake counting sheep when you are ready to sleep. 

Nature offers many natural herbal energy-enhancers.  Some of the best include:  bee pollen, royal jelly extract, Siberian ginseng, spirulina, gotu kola, ho shou wu, and cayenne. 

1.  Bee Pollen

Bee Pollen is touted as a source of perpetual youth in many of the world’s great books, including the Talmud, Bible, Koran, scrolls of the ancient Orient, Greece, Rome, Russia, the Middle East.  Ancient Greek athletes ate bee pollen regularly to increase their strength and vitality. More recently, the USDA discovered that bee pollen even has anti-cancer properties.

Bee pollen is packed with 22 amino acids, natural antibiotic factors, DNA/RNA (the genetic coding of plants), 18 enzymes (to aid digestion and other bodily functions), glucosides (natural sources of energy in the body), plant hormones, 27 minerals and at least 16 vitamins, it is no surprise that it increases energy and vitality.  Avoid bee pollen if you suffer pollen allergies or if you are allergic to bees.

 

2. Royal Jelly

Royal jelly is the natural result when bees combine honey and pollen.  It is a powerhouse of B-complex vitamins.  It also contains many other vitamins, minerals, hormones, enzymes, 18 amino acids, and natural antibacterial and antibiotic substances.  It has traditionally been used to address bronchial asthma, pancreatitis, liver disease, insomnia, stomach ulcers, kidney disease, bone fractures, immune problems, and skin disorders, but royal jelly is also effective for increasing energy.

 

3.  Siberian Ginseng Extract

As the name suggests, Siberian ginseng originates in Siberia.  It also grows in Japan, China, and Korea and parts of Canada.  It has been used medicinally for at least two thousand years.  Siberian ginseng is one of only a handful of herbs that is an adaptogen, which means that it works to normalize bodily functions.  It inhibits the adrenal stress response and works as an immune stimulant, particularly for fighting the effects of stress and depression.  It aids the liver in detoxifying harmful toxins, including chemotherapeutic agents and radiation.  Siberian ginseng also stimulates the activity of several immune system components:  B and T cells, making it excellent for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and other viral infections.  Athletes around the world use Siberian ginseng as a training aid because of its reputed ability to increase resistance to stress, increase performance, bolster the immune system during workouts, and reduce fatigue.  But it also helps strengthen energy levels over time.

 

4.  Spirulina

The Aztec people knew a good thing when they saw it.  They discovered spirulina, a single-celled algae that they called tecuitlatl and soon made it a staple of their diet.  It is high in usable protein, a great source of Vitamin B12 (often called the “energy vitamin”), 8 minerals and many vitamins, including 7 types of vitamin A precursors known as carotenoids.  It is also packed with chlorophyll, the green pigment that gives spirulina its colour and its blood purification properties.  And, of course, it boosts energy levels. 

           

5.  Gotu Kola

 Gotu Kola is an herb that contains many nutrients and healing phytochemicals.  As one of the primary energy herbs used by herbalists, gotu kola lessens fatigue and depression without the effects of caffeine.  Actually, unlike caffeine that may keep you awake into the evenings, gotu kola actually helps improve sleep at night.

 

6.  Ho Shou Wu

Also known as fo-ti or ho she wu, the root of this native Chinese vine is a powerful tonic to increase energy and maintain youthful vigor, while still having a calming effect.  It contains a natural form of lecithin that helps lessen arterial plaque and lower blood pressure.  In laboratory studies, ho shou wu effectively reduced blood cholesterol and triglycerides, and even prevented cholesterol from forming in test animals.

 

7.  Cayenne

Cayenne works to boost energy by improving circulation.  It is also effective to help ward off colds, sinus infections, and sore throats.  It even helps reduce pain and inflammation.


As with all herbal medicines, it is best to consult with a skilled health professional prior to starting any herbal or nutritional supplement.

 

 

Copyright Michelle Schoffro Cook. 






Michelle Schoffro Cook, RNCP, ROHP, DAc, DNM, is a best-selling and six-time book author and doctor of natural medicine, whose works include: The Life Force Diet, The Ultimate pH Solution, The 4-Week Ultimate Body Detox Plan and the upcoming book The Phytozyme Cure.  Learn more at: www.DrMichelleCook.com.

 

 

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