Pine Pollen Superfood
Summed up, pine pollen helps build muscle, keeps skin smooth and tight, maintains healthy libido, optimizes tissue regeneration, breast and prostate health, and aids in the excretion of excess estrogens.
The basics of pine pollen, and the best ways to consume it:
Pine pollen has over 200 bioactive natural nutrients, including minerals, vitamins, and 20 amino acids, making it a complete protein.
Boost the immune system
Beautifies the skin
Rejuvenates the brain, hair, bone, and endocrine system
Stimulates liver regeneration, and bile regulation
Increase cardiovascular endurance
Nourishes muscles and increases metabolism
Anti-aging: antioxidant properties, such as increases SOD levels – superoxide dismutase is a potent and crucial antioxidant in the blood.
Increase glutathione transferases which help break down and remove environmental pollutants, and metabolites (pollutants made by the body) from the body.
Pine pollen benefits the skin overall. It stabilizes the underlying matrix of the skin and keeps it from degrading to prevent wrinkles, thus supporting collagen and elastin.
Pine pollen also helps reduce age spots.
One of its famous attributes is that supports testosterone and DHEA, thus improving sexual performance and muscle or body-building power. Helps to raise testosterone in men, and balances the estrogen and testosterone ratio in women and men.
I’ve enjoyed Markus, and his and Cara’s videos and all their plant-based raw food recipes. For years Markus has offered great products and some include pine pollen, pine nuts, or pine needles as part of their ingredients. You’ll find pine pollen in his super nutritious protein powder.
Here are a couple of suggestions for pine pollen products. Microingredients offers a Pine Pollen Powder, and RAW Forest Foods carries Elevated Pine Pollen and Nettle Root Tincture – both can be found on Amazon or on their respective websites.
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David spent over 27 years in the mortgage/real estate business. But 33 years ago, God re-directed his life and placed in him a passion for natural health and the prevention of disease. Today, David is a certified health consultant, and for the last 33 years has lived a natural food lifestyle and discovered simple, key components for living a lifestyle of health and vitality. One of the early things David realized is that disease was NOT the result of a drug deficiency. And that everything we think, say, and consume or are exposed to in some manner or another either supports our cellular structures or causes them to age faster and breakdown.
David believes there is nothing more important than to live within God’s blueprint for one’s life. Each of us has been given specific gifts, talents, and purpose that are to be lived out on a foundation of faith in Him and His Word.
“It saddens me to see people suffering, frustrated, or discouraged with life … and fall into the rut of living, unable to reach their full potential: spiritually, emotionally, physically, and financially. I think it’s also a travesty in this country people that are not educated in personal health care, nor in how to protect their privacy, assets, and often liberties. God has designed us to live amazing lives, and sometimes it just helps to find someone who will come alongside us and provide the hope and direction needed at that moment. It’s about bringing together your personal and business aspirations into a balanced vision for your life, aligned with His Word.“
“Bottom line, what balance do you need to bring to your life, what type of life do you desire to create that enables you to be all you can be and live a life with no regret – a life that produces a faithful servant?”
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