Wednesday, 12 November 2014

Bee pollen for hay fever

As we enter into the warmer months of spring and summer, hay fever, which is a common problem affects a large number of people.

An allergy occurs when your body develops an immune response to allergens which creates antibodies. The antibodies then activate receptors on your cells which results in a release of histamine, causing an allergic reaction (puffy eyes, runny nose, etc). Similarly to over-the-counter allergy medications, bee pollen reduces histamine release which helps to lessen or eliminate allergic reactions

If you are a beginner, introduce bee pollen into your diet slowly, a granule or two at a time. The optimal serving of pollen varies with individual needs. You should gradually increase your serving to one tablespoon a day. 

Monday, 3 November 2014

Raw Superfoods

Raw Superfoods is absolutely one of the best nutritional foods for on the go. It can be used as a meal replacement or a snack, which provides a hit of nutrients to keep you going throughout the day, and keeping you satisfied. Raw Superfoods is a supreme blend of raw, living whole foods and is jam packed with an astonishing amount of naturally occurring enzymes, antioxidants and phytonutrients, bringing you the goodness of more than 50 raw wholefoods at their peak potency, in as close to their natural and ‘living’ state as possible.

It comes in a convenient sachet, so you can easily carry it around, and have it at the ready on the go with no tricky measuring or mixing required. Just stir or blend in with water, juice or milk.