Sunday, 10 July 2011

How to Determine the Correct Raw Bee Pollen Dosage

Ever wondered how much raw bee pollen you should ingest? Well, you should really be mindful of the quantity you consume, since not all that you consume is processed by the body.
The human body system has a set way in which it functions. It stores nutrients that are not immediately needed until it becomes necessary for it to be used. The excess nutrients that are not stored are removed entirely from the body system. It is important to consume only the quantity that would be utilized or stored by the body. It is also possible to have undesirable side effects as a result of overdosing. Just like overdosing on drugs has a consequence, so also does overdosing on this.
Determining your correct dosage can be a little tricky. The correct way of taking bee pollen would be to start small if you are taking it for the first time. Take only a couple of granules a day and chew them very slowly until you are sure you have no allergic reactions. You can now double the quantity after two days. Do this for one week before even considering increasing your dosage.
It is very common to see people some people ingest up to 2 cups per day without thinking about the consequences. I have to admit that no real harm comes to the majority of people who consume it this way. But then think again. What if you are among the minority group that will experience some sort of reaction with an overdose? You may need to protect yourself to avoid the risk of this happening.
When taking a supplement product supplied by a reputable company, you don't need to worry about overdose. The dosage is well written on the product pack. All you need do is read the instructions and follow them and you are on your way to a healthy eating habit.

It is recommended that you take 1-2 heaped teaspoons per day. You can also mix it in your yoghurt, fruit juice, cereal, or apple sauce, or you can simply chew the capsules before swallowing.
What about raw bee pollen dosage for allergies?
The wise thing to do if you have allergies is to start early. For example, if you know you normally have allergies in June, start as early as January. This way your immune system will be better attuned and you will have lesser allergy problems as a result.

Now that you know about raw bee pollen dosage, why not go ahead and make it a part of your daily healthy diet?


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