Bee Pollen can be eaten like a food; gathered by bees as a part of their main diet we to can make it a part of ours.
Collected from 1000's of blossoms across North America, this food is as diverse as the number of flowers in the fields. When making pollen a part your diet it would be good to understand what sets it apart.
Each grain is unique; in colour and in terms of its specific nutritional value. Understanding pollen in a wider sense we begin to know that pollen contains proteins, nutrients, vitamins, amino acids and an array of beneficial enzymes. In a teaspoon of pollen there are all colours: black, white, yellow, orange, purple, green... Just think of all the flowers that invite the bee onto its' blossom.