Thursday, September 10, 2009

Bee Pollen, Royal Jelly Recommended for Chronic Fatigue

The Antidote for Celiac Related Chronic Fatigue, a Super Food Recipe
By Lorinda Hill, LA Gluten Free Examiner, 9/8/2009

Royal jelly is a honey bee secretion that is used in the nutrition of the queen bee. As a panacea used for thousands of years, it dates back to ancient Egypt. After harvesting from the hive it must be preserved carefully, and used fresh. Royal jelly contains vitamins A, C, D, E, B1, B2, B3, B6 and B12. It is also a good source of folic acid, and amino acids. These amino acids are essential for growth and repair of our cells and tissues and are thought to be of great importance in helping combat 'free radicals' in the body.

Bee pollen is velvety sweet and loaded with more than 96 nutrients. It is sometimes called the perfect food.

The final mixture looks like chocolate icing, You can spoon it into paper muffin cups if you do not have the silicon baking cups.

4 tbsp Seabiotics
4 tbsp raw cacao powder
4 tbsp Shilajit (or more if you like)
½ cup royal jelly
3 tbsp raw honey (or to taste)
Bee pollen—Enough to cover (approximately 1 tsp/serving)

Mix first three ingredients together first, the cacao and shilajit will dissolve easily in the Seabiotics®. Add the royal jelly, and then honey to taste. Spoon into silicone or paper cups; sprinkle a layer of bee pollen on top. Put in covered bowl or dish and freeze. Make sure you freeze it in an airtight container so that it says fresh tasting. This recipe makes 12 or more servings. One serving of "The Antidote" each morning wakes you up! One word of caution, some individuals can be highly allergic to bee products.

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