Thursday, August 13, 2009

What is Nature's Most Complete Food?

It "rejuvenates your body, stimulates organs and glands, enhances vitality, and brings about a longer life span. [Its] ability to consistently and noticeably increase energy levels makes it a favorite substance among many world class athletes and those interested in sustaining and enhancing quality performance." -Steve Schecter, N.D.

Any guesses?

This substance is about 40% protein, half of which is in the highly usable amino acid form. It contains nearly all nutrients required by humans to be alive. It's a natural substance that cannot be man made in a lab.

These are its other claims to fame:
-It "is the richest source of vitamins found in Nature in a single food. Even if [it] had none of its other vital ingredients, its content of rutin alone would justify taking at least a teaspoon daily, if for no other reason than strengthening the capillaries. [It] is extremely rich in rutin and may have the highest content of any source, plus it provides a high content of the nucleics RNA and DNA." --Institute of Apiculture, Russia

-It inhibits the development of numerous harmful bacteria. Experiments have shown it contains an antibiotic factor effective against salmonella and some strains of bacteria.

-It has a good effect on the composition of blood. A considerable and simultaneous increase of both white and red blood cells is observed. When it is given to anemic patients, their levels of hemoglobin [oxygen-carrying red blood cells] increase considerably.

-It acts to normalize cholesterol and triglyceride levels in the blood: Upon the regular ingestion, a reduction of cholesterol and triglycerides was observed. High-density lipoproteins (HDL) increase, while low-density lipoproteins (LDL) decrease. A normalization of blood serum cholesterol levels is also seen.

-It has been shown to delay the onset of tumors in mice

-"More good news comes from the University of Vienna, where Dr. Peter Hernuss and colleagues conducted a study of twenty-five women suffering from inoperable uterine cancer. Because surgery was impossible, the women were treated with chemotherapy. The lucky women given [this substance] with their food quickly exhibited a higher concentration of cancer-fighting immune-system cells, increased antibody production, and a markedly improved level of infection-fighting and oxygen carrying red blood cells (hemoglobin). These women suffered less from the awful side effects of chemotherapy as well. [It] lessened the terrible nausea that commonly accompanies the treatment and helped keep hair loss to a minimum. The women also slept better at night. The control group receiving a placebo did not experience comparable relief." --Dr. Mercola

-It enhances immune system function.

One last bit of information: The "being" who makes this substance works very hard, with only a 1-teaspoon yield after 1 month of 8-hour workdays.

What do you think it is?


Anonymous said...

bee pollen?
the 'being' was the clue....
if it is, tell me quick so I can go get some!

Lisa Beach said...

Tip: If you buy bee pollen, try and get it from a local source (in Rochester, at Lori's or Abundance) and it can even help reduce allergies!
If you're allergic to bees, don't eat it before consulting with your allergist!!!

Lisa Beach said...

p.s. I'll post ideas on how to consume it very soon (and store it in the freezer!)

Anonymous said...

Where are the how to consume it tips??? I'm very curious!

Anonymous said...

pointless post if you don't tell us what it is, what a total waste of my time. Thanks for nothing.

Lisa said...

The answer is in the comments---it wasn't hidden. I'm surprised you didn't see it!

Genaeve said...

Thank you so much for your informative article! Honey has always been my favorite food since I was very young. Now I don't have to feel guilty! =D

Anonymous said...

it is royal jelly.not bee pollen...