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December 2015 Issue

Bee Pollen and Oxalates: Benefits and Harms

Bee pollen can be taken as a supplement to aid digestion, metabolism and energy levels. But what is its real nutritional value? Oxalates are found naturally in chocolate, tea, fruits and vegetables, seeds, nuts, and other whole foods. Despite its presence in most essentially nutritious foods, it can become problematic for those at high risk for kidney stones.

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