Besides the health benefits that bees offer to us, the function of bees is also very important for the environment. Bees pollinate our plants, which means that they carry pollen between plants of different sexes to fertilize them, or even between different parts of the same plant, which help plants to reproduce. That’s why bees are vital for the preservation of ecological balance and biodiversity in nature. Bees provide one of the most recognizable ecosystem services, which makes food production possible: a third of the world’s food production depends on bees.
Honey is produced by honey bees using the nectar of flowering plants. The smell, color, and taste of honey vary based on the type of flowers it’s made from; there are countless varieties available. Honey has a number of potential health benefits:

Beefavo - organic honey in comb - 4 jars
Organic honey in the honeycomb of Eco Impakter contains all the main amino acids and vitamins.

However, be aware that processed honey is heated at high temperatures to kill off yeast cells and increase the honey’s shelf life. As a consequence, a lot of honey available in stores has less nutritional value because of this process. Impakter Eco has various types of high-quality organic honey available using the best sustainability practices to preserve bees and respect the environment.
Bee pollen is a mixture of flower pollen, nectar, enzymes, honey, wax and bee secretions. It is known to be a superfood due to its high nutritional and vitamin content: it’s considered to be one of nature’s most complete foods as it contains nearly all nutrients required by our body. The list of health benefits is as follows:
Shopping tip: BeeSweet offers bee pollen cultivated in a highly sustainable and cruelty-free way. BeeSweet’s bee culture is made in total respect for the animals and mother earth. With multiple different flavours, there is an option for everyone!
And last, but not least: the benefits of beeswax. It is edible, and it’s packed full of vitamins and nutrients. You can eat the whole honeycomb; this includes the waxy cells and the honey inside of it. Besides eating beeswax, it’s also great to use on your skin: beeswax is antibacterial, rich in vitamin A, softens the skin, and is used for healing skin. Overall, a great natural source to use in your daily skincare routine!
A great way to include bee pollen and honey in your daily diet is to add them to a smoothie. The following recipe is a delicious, healthy, and easy bee pollen mango smoothie.

Editor’s Note: The opinions expressed here by contributors are their own, not those of — Featured Photo: Bees on a Beehive  Source: Wixstatic
Amber is from the Netherlands and is currently based in Milan, Italy. She has recently graduated from the University of Amsterdam in Sociology, Political Science and Journalism, and has a great ambition for writing, interviewing, and researching. While finalizing her studies, she worked at the Afghan Embassy in London as a public affairs intern. She is focused on raising public awareness of urgent social matters in society. Besides that, she occasionally works as a fashion model.
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