BIG FOOD Bee Pollen - 500 gram


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- Bee Pollen is one of the hottest new superfoods, which may have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antibiotic benefits!

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Bee Pollen
Natural bee products such as royal jelly, honeycomb, and honey have been consumed as nutritional supplements for decades. However, Bee Pollen is a newly emerging product. It has become increasingly popular in the health community, providing an expansive and colourful nutritional profile (1). Recent studies have commended the healthfulness of Bee Pollen, based on proposed an anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, immunostimulant and antimicrobial potential (2). In Germany, Bee Pollen has been officially recognized as a medicine by the Board of Health (3).
Similar to other bee products, Bee Pollen originates from flower pollen, collected by foraging bees. Once attained, the bees combine the pollen with nectar or salivary solution (4,5). It is then transported, transferred to and stored in the honeycombs of the beehive, and subsequently sealed by a layer of wax and honey. This is referred to as ‘bee bread’, and once sealed begins to ferment, and so can be preserved in the optimal nutritional state.

✓ Non-GMO
✓ No Additives
✓ Vegetarian
✓ Rich in Antioxidants
✓ Spanish Origin

About Bee Pollen
Bee Pollen is known to contain an abundance of active healthful substances, over 200 to be exact (1). These consist of a variety of nutrients (proteins, carbs and essential fats), vitamins, amino acids, phenolic compounds, and biological enzymes (6). These substances are one of the main reasons that Bee Pollen has been increasingly accepted as a potential therapeutic agent.
Bee pollen has been recently acknowledged for its high antioxidant potential and capacity to reduce oxidative damage. Oxidative damage occurs when we eat processed foods, smoke, drink alcohol excessively, fail to regularly exercise and get anxious or stressed. If this damage is not eradicated by a healthy balance of antioxidants in our diet, they can have severe impacts. Bee pollen may provide a good source of these antioxidants through the wide array of polyphenols and flavonoids it contains (7).
Bee Pollen also contains several essential nutrients including amino acids and fatty acids. These are essential because they cannot be produced within the body and must be attained from the diet. The amino acids consist of methionine, lysine, threonine, histidine, leucine, and thryptophan. These are required for an array of important processes including immune function, protection of DNA and tissue repair, to name a few.

Benefits of Bee Pollen
- The phenolics and flavonoid compounds provided in Bee Pollen have been reported to have an antibiotic effect in human cells. Put simply, it was observed in a study that Bee Pollen provided a protective effect from gram-negative bacterial growth in human cells, especially the Staphylococcus Aureus, which can contribute to illness and disease (8).
- A recent study reported that the higher polyphenol and flavonoid content, in different types of bee pollen, were in line with an improved ability to scavenge free radicals, a process in antioxidation (9).
- Several studies have acknowledged the anti-inflammatory potential of Bee Pollen. This is commonly due to the flavonoid content, with particular emphasis on the actions of Quercetin. It has been observed in previous studies that this flavonoid can reduce the amount of proinflammatory compounds, resulting in a reduction in inflammation – and highlights its potential for recovery (10,11).

Nutritional declarationPer 100 g
Energy1607 kJ
(381 kcal)
Fat6 g
of which saturates2,1 g
Carbohydrate61,2 g
of which sugars43,2 g
Fibre7,9 g
Protein14,8 g
Salt*0,01 g
*The salt content is exclusively due to the presence of naturally occurring sodium.


Store in a dry place at room temperature, away from direct sunlight and heat.


100% bee pollen




Suitable for vegetarians.


Take 1-2 tbsp daily. You can eat it raw or mix with your smoothies or yogurt.


Although there are little health concerns with adding chia seed to your diet, it is not recommended to exceed the optimal portion sizes. The insoluble fibre content may lead to stomach discomfort if consumed in excess. As always with any new foods, start out small and slowly increase the serving size.

(1) Kieliszek, M., Piwowarek, K., Kot, A. M., Błażejak, S., Chlebowska-Śmigiel, A., & Wolska, I. (2018). Pollen and bee bread as new health-oriented products: A review. Trends in Food Science & Technology, 71, 170–180.

(2) Komosinska-Vassev, K., Olczyk, P., Kaźmierczak, J., Mencner, L., & Olczyk, K. (2015). Bee pollen: chemical composition and therapeutic application. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 2015.

(3) Llnskens, H. F., & Jorde, W. (1997). Pollen as food and medicine—a review. Economic Botany, 51(1), 78.

(4) Kocot, J., Kiełczykowska, M., Luchowska-Kocot, D., Kurzepa, J., & Musik, I. (2018). Antioxidant potential of propolis, bee pollen, and royal jelly: Possible medical application. Oxidative medicine and cellular longevity, 2018.

(5) Almaraz-Abarca, N., Campos, M. D. G., Ávila-Reyes, J. A., Naranjo-Jiménez, N., Herrera-Corral, J., & González-Valdez, L. S. (2004). Variability of antioxidant activity among honeybee-collected pollen of different botanical origin. Interciencia, 29(10), 574–578.

(6) Campos, M. G., Bogdanov, S., de Almeida-Muradian, L. B., Szczesna, T., Mancebo, Y., Frigerio, C., & Ferreira, F. (2008). Pollen composition and standardisation of analytical methods. Journal of Apicultural Research, 47(2), 154–161.

(7) Mărghitaş, L. A., Stanciu, O. G., Dezmirean, D. S., Bobiş, O., Popescu, O., Bogdanov, S., & Campos, M. G. (2009). In vitro antioxidant capacity of honeybee-collected pollen of selected floral origin harvested from Romania. Food Chemistry, 115(3), 878–883

(8) Fatrcová-Šramková, K., Nôžková, J., Kačániová, M., Máriássyová, M., Rovná, K., & Stričík, M. (2013). Antioxidant and antimicrobial properties of monofloral bee pollen. Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part B, 48(2), 133–138.

(9) Rzepecka-Stojko, A., Stojko, J., Kurek-Górecka, A., Górecki, M., Sobczak, A., Stojko, R., & Buszman, E. (2015). Polyphenol content and antioxidant activity of bee pollen extracts from Poland. Journal of Apicultural Research, 54(5), 482–490.

(10) Pascoal, A., Rodrigues, S., Teixeira, A., Feás, X., & Estevinho, L. M. (2014). Biological activities of commercial bee pollens: Antimicrobial, antimutagenic, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. Food and Chemical Toxicology, 63, 233–239.

(11) Campos, M., Markham, K. R., Mitchell, K. A., & da Cunha, A. P. (1997). An approach to the characterization of bee pollens via their flavonoid/phenolic profiles. Phytochemical Analysis: An International Journal of Plant Chemical and Biochemical Techniques, 8(4), 181–185.

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