Scientists and researchers have already established that bee pollen is one of nature’s most incredibly nutrient-rich substances.
November and December are the busiest months of the party season, so let’s face it, this time of year your body is in for somewhat of a hard time. All your most important organs will be taxed to the limit with too much rich food, way too much alcohol, far too many late nights, hardly any exercise and the exhaustively impossible process of gift selection.
It’s important to know that when we eat foods that are processed, ladened with refined sugars and processed fats, or even foods that are relatively ‘healthy‘ but too much, too fast or too late, we literally ‘stress’ our body via the intestinal tract, causing not just a digestive nightmare but immune reactions and a cortisol rush.
One thing we can always be guaranteed of in life is change. Nature reminds us of this in the ever-changing rhythm of the seasons. Our weather has certainly changed. The temperatures have become cooler and the days are shorter. The morning air is brisk, and it’s time to start thinking about winter jackets and woolly hats.