An alternative and natural multivitamin: Pollen
It contains protein and is the largest known source of vitamins, minerals and carbohydrates to date. Among the effects of pollen are the increase in resistance to fatigue and intellectual capacity. It has vitamins A, B, C, D, E and K, amines, sterol, lecithin, nucleins and, in general, all the essential amino acids.
Contains potassium, magnesium, calcium, silicon, phosphorus, manganese, sulfur, copper, iron, and chlorine.
It is rich in vitamin P that increases capillary resistance and prevents embolism. It has very powerful antibiotic agents and a provitamin called carotene that the body transforms into vitamin A. Do you want more?
It also has cleansing, energizing and revitalizing properties. Stimulates appetite, increases work capacity and lowers blood pressure. The effects of pollen consumption begin to be noticed after a few days, increasing resistance to fatigue and intellectual capacity.
Taking pollen is good for anemia, since it favors the production of red blood cells, it also helps healing, so it is indicated in case of ulcers. In addition, it is ideal to regain vitality, which is why its consumption is recommended to weak, convalescent, stressed, elderly and pregnant women. In children, pollen promotes growth.
You can take it mixed with fruit juices, you have to stir it well to take advantage of all its benefits … especially in the morning, and then have a good plate of Fruits for breakfast that we have already talked about the benefits of Fruit in the morning 🙂
Thus we contribute to the detoxification of our body helping it to fulfill its natural cycles.