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Rosita Real Foods

Rosita - Bee Bread - B/B 1 Nov 2024

Special Price £47.66 Regular Price £52.95

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Rosita Real Foods

Rosita - Bee Bread - B/B 1 Nov 2024

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  • Dairy Free

    Dairy Free

  • Gluten Free

    Gluten Free

  • GMO Free

    GMO Free

  • No artificial colours

    No artificial colours

  • No artificial preservatives

    No artificial preservatives

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Special Price £47.66 Regular Price £52.95

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A 100% natural source of various vitamins, minerals, probiotics, and antioxidants.

  • Can support the gut microbiome with naturally occurring species of Lactobacilli and of Bifidobacterium.
  • May support immunity as bee bread is known to have antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties.
  • Contains omega-3 acids and Coenzyme-10 that is known to support heart health.


Rosita - Bee Bread - B/B 1 Nov 2024

Detailed product information

100% fresh Rosita Bee Bread from wild giant rock bees (Apis dorsata) that is a nutritionally-rich superfood. It is freshly and sustainably collected by tribal honey hunters.

Is Bee Bread the same as Bee Pollen?

Bee bread is an extremely nourishing fermented, enzymatically activated food made by the bees from plant pollen and nectar. The bees transform the bee pollen into bee bread, a treasure trove of bioactive peptides, essential amino acids, carbohydrates, fatty acids, organic acids, vitamins, minerals, enzymes, prebiotics, probiotics, and phytochemicals.

The History of Bee Bread

Bee bread has also traditionally been known as ‘Ambrosia’ (food of the Gods), ‘Perga’, and the ‘Fountain of Youth’. Since ancient times bee bread has been used by a variety of cultures for its nutritional and therapeutic properties. And scientific research suggests that bee bread exhibits antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, neuroprotective, and hepatoprotective properties.

How do bees produce Bee Bread?

Bee bread is an “alchemical” bee creation. Foraging bees visit a variety of flowers and in the process collect pollen grains. The bees use pollen and nectar to create the bee bread, which are rich in lactic acid bacteria (LAB) including lactobacillus species. This sticky pollen pellet which is rich in LAB is then attached to their hind legs for transport to the hive. In the beehive, the pollen pellets are packed into honeycomb cells and covered with honey.

Over a period of time, the bee bread undergoes a lactic acid fermentation which is similar to the process involved in the formation of yoghurt (and other fermented milk products) and renders the pollen more digestible. The microbial species involved in this fermentation process also have the ability to produce enzymes, vitamins, antibacterial substances, and organic acids.

The fermented bee pollen is now called “bee bread” and has a broad range of natural probiotic bacteria and enzymes. Proteins are degraded to peptides and amino acids, starches are metabolised into simple sugars, and vitamins become more bioavailable.

Bee bread is therefore characterised by a higher nutritional value than fresh pollen and is more biologically active and easily digestible due to the high content of easily digestible sugars, fats, minerals, and free amino acids. And as a result of the fermentation process, bee bread has an exceptional shelf life compared with dried or frozen pollen in which nutritional values are rapidly lost.

Rosita Bee Bread Features

  • It is a natural and organic product made from pure, raw honeycomb, beeswax, and pollen.
  • Rich in nutrients, Bee Bread contains vitamins, minerals, amino acids, enzymes and antioxidants.
  • It is a natural probiotic and prebiotic.
  • Bee Bread is a whole food supplement, it is not just a powder or extract.
  • Bee Bread is a traditional food, used by ancient cultures for centuries.
  • This product is sustainably and ethically sourced, it is a product that support the preservation of the honeybee.
  • Bee Bread is versatile, can be taken as a supplement or used as ingredient in recipes.
  • Bee Bread is free from additives, preservatives and artificial ingredients.
  • Rosita's Bee Bread is a unique product, it is the only one in the market that is cold-pressed and made from wild bees.

The bee bread should be consumed daily. It is suitable for both children (over the age of 3) and adults.

The recommended dose is 1 teaspoon per day (approx. 8 nuggets) for adults and ½ teaspoon per day (approx. 4 nuggets) for children, preferably 30 minutes before breakfast or meals.

Can be chewed or allowed to dissolve in the mouth. Active adults can increase the dose to one teaspoon twice per day or as required.

Keep out of reach of children.

Do not exceed recommended dose.

This product is a food supplement and is not a replacement for a healthy and balanced diet and/or lifestyle.

If you are undergoing treatment for a medical condition or if you are pregnant or lactating, please consult your medical practitioner first.

100% Wild & Raw fresh bee bread from wild giant rock bees (Apis dorsata)

Allergen: Bee pollen

Manufactured by:
Rosita Ratfishoil® 
Glein, N-8820 Donna Norway

Imported by:
GBC Trading Ltd
20-22 Wenlock Road
London, N1 7GU
United Kingdom

Brad Johnston founding partner of Functional Self

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