One pollen grain –
packed with essential nutrients
Pollen grains contain almost all nutrients required by the human body. Inside each grain are no less than 21 different amino acids, of 23 known types. Amino acids are important, as they are absorbed directly into the bloodstream and build up proteins. The greater the number of amino acids, the more effectively the body can utilize the proteins it gets from nutrients. The amino acids that can be found in each pollen grain are considered to be essential for the human body. They include: isoleucine, leucin, lysin, methionine, phenylanalin, threonine, tryptophan and valin.
As we all know, vitamins are of nutritious value and each pollen grain contains more than 12 different vitamins. The greatest proportion is of vitamin C, but vitamin D, E and K, tiamin, riboflavin, pantoten, niacin, inositol, biotin, folin and vitamin B12 are also present.
In addition, each pollen grain contains several proteins, 10 different enzymes and the same number of minerals. They contain carbohydrates, nucleic acids, flavonoids, phytosterols, growth hormones, alkaloids, organic acids and carotinoids.
Furthermore, a pollen grain does not contain any substances that can be harmful to the human body. In conclusion, pollen grains rate highest on the list of nutritious foods.