Arthur Haines starts with describing benefits and content of Pine Pollen and goes on to highlight the protective benefits of Pine Pollen, especially against radiation. You’ll discover the best way to gather pine pollen, where to store it while gathering, which tools may be helpful for this task and much more.
- Nutrition – Pine Pollen is so full of vitamins, minerals and amino acids that our immune system has a much better chance of protecting us using these nutrients as a fuel.
- Non-enzymatic antioxidants – These antioxidants are the ones we get from our diet, including Pro-Vitamin A, Vitamins C, D and E, all of which can be found in Pine Pollen. These non-enzymatic antioxidants have an ability to stop the unfortunate chain reaction once free radicals take away an electron from a stable molecule.
- Enzymatic antioxidants – Apart from being a great source of Non-enzymatic antioxidants, Pine Pollen increases the power of Enzymatic antioxidants. These are the ones our body makes on its own, like superoxide dismutase. This enzymatic antioxidant has been clinically proven to have protective properties against radioactive particles.
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