Bee Pollen Diet Pills; Do They Really Work?

Bee Pollen Diet Pills; Do They Really Work?

Have you ever imagined what it would be like to find a diet pill that was actually good for you and did what it was supposed to do?

Well, there is something that is natural that you can use, and will do what it says it will do; bee pollen. Diet pills don’t really work, simply because they are not loaded with vitamins and minerals, but caffeine and other things that hinder healthy weight loss.

Caffeine helps only for a short period of time, but the reality is that it also makes you retain water which is what you don’t want.

Why Bee Pollen is Used as a Diet Pill

Bee pollen is considered by many who have tried it to be the supreme nutritional supplement of all time. The reason for this is simple; bee pollen contains every vitamin that exists.

This makes it a complete super food, but it also makes it a sound nutritional supplement for almost any ailment.

This supplement is loaded with minerals and amino acids as well, which means only one thing; it is a powerful antioxidant and the potent Vitamin B complex makes it effective for boosting metabolism which in turn will raise your energy level. How is that for effective weight loss?

Bee pollen is the all encompassing nutritional supplement because it not only contains all those vitamins and minerals, but it’s also high in Lecithin.

Lecithin is critical for weight loss, and those who are deficient in it will struggle to metabolize fat. Scientific studies show that putting fat into Lecithin actually makes it smaller.

That is pretty encouraging, but it doesn’t happen overnight. Lecithin as a result can help to reduce the bad cholesterol, and allows the body to assimilate the fat much easier.

This means that your liver will say “thank you”, because it won’t have to work as hard when you eat a steak. With that being said, you shouldn’t be eating a high fat diet just because you think you can.

Eating a healthy diet free from sugar, starches, and high fat foods will make everything work together collectively.


There are also foods that you can add to the diet that are high in Lecithin, including eggs, beef, safflower oil, ice cream, cauliflower, and many fermented foods like sauerkraut.

Overall, it’s worth noting that Lecithin contains Choline, and while the body makes both, supplementations may be a must for those who are overweight, meaning that they just might be deficient of it.

Bee pollen is a great solution for those dieting because of all the vitamins, minerals and enzymes it contains.

What Forms of Bee Pollen are Available?

Bee pollen comes in many forms including capsules, chewable tablets, granules, and other by-products like propolis and honey. The capsules are often regarded as “diet pills”, just because those are in capsule form.

I tend to think of pills as medicine, because I would be more inclined to call bee pollen capsules supplements, or herbal capsules.

Nonetheless, whatever you decide to call them, bee pollen is effective and capsules are just an easy way to get it down.

Bee pollen in its natural form has a bitter taste to it, so many prefer to start out with the capsules first. The chewable tablets are available, and some are slightly sweetened to try to get rid of the bitter taste, but many still prefer the capsules overall.

The chewable are still too bitter for many, but they begin to work quickly because they get directly into the bloodstream and start working. Anything that ends up under the tongue or in other words is sublingual will get into the saliva so the uptake is much faster.

Bee pollen is also a great appetite suppressant, and while it isn’t known why it acts as a suppressant some experts suggest that it is due to the mineral content of the bee pollen.

Generally, when folks are on a restrictive diet, vitamins and minerals can help ward off hunger along with drinking a lot of water. There are many vitamins and minerals that are also high in fiber, and as a result these can make you feel fuller when you take them on a regular basis.

There is another school of thought that suggests that bee pollen suppresses the appetite because it has a low glycemic index. This means that as a food it enters the bloodstream a lot slower, because it is lower in sugar and is loaded with hundreds of nutrients.

The higher the glycemic index, the faster it will enter the bloodstream, knocking blood sugar out of control. This is what happens when you have eaten a big meal and you feel sluggish or get that “heavy” feeling.

Bee pollen has a low glycemic index, and it is also a low calorie food, making it a great ingredient to sprinkle on yogurts, cereal, smoothies, shakes and even salads.

Bee pollen granules are the easiest to work with and the most potent, in fact those who use the granules tend to get results much faster.

When using granules it is best to start out by putting a few under the tongue and letting them dissolve so that they enter the bloodstream directly, making it much more effective.

Everyone will have a different tolerance for bee pollen, and while some put a few granules under the tongue, there are many who will eat it by the teaspoon!

Last but not least, bee pollen is very high in protein, which makes it another great supplement to add to your diet.

Protein contains amino acids, and bee pollen has all 22 known amino acids, 8 of which are essential to the functioning of the human body. Protein helps to maintain a healthy weight, and is good for strengthening all the systems of the body.

In conclusion, there really is no magic diet pill, but many have experienced significant weight loss using bee pollen. Diet pills are something completely different, and are often void of real nutrients that the body needs.

Always reach for something natural, and try bee pollen so you can find out what the buzz is all about!



Lang runs several health related websites and is advocate of healthy nutritional supplements.

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