Pollen chestnut and bramble

Anti-oxydantc calming, destressing

One of the important factors in ageing is the gradual decline in the ability of the cells to combat oxidation phenomena. Very rich in antioxidants, this pollen actively protects cells against oxidative stress1. In the event of persistent fatigue, overwork or a feeling of being overwhelmed, frozen fresh chestnut pollen can help stabilize your mood and restore calmness and serenity.

When is this pollen recommended?
For anyone feeling stressed and in low spirits. Also recommended during recovery from sports activities at professional and amateur level.

Action & nutritional characteristics
General properties of frozen pollen aristée

  • Rich in plant protein, essential amino acids, vitamin E and B group vitamins, fibre, carotenoids, polyphenols and lactoferments, all frozen pollens have the following properties :
  • Regulation of intestinal function
  • Natural defences
  • Renewed energy
  • Antioxidant

Specific properties of chestnut pollen

  • Antioxidant
  • Chestnut and Bramble Pollen has the highest antioxidant values in the ORAC test2 (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) in the fruit, vegetable and pollen category. Antioxidants help to preserve free radicals3, thereby increasing protection against cardiovascular and neurodegenerative diseases.
  • Relaxation, serenity
  • Chestnut and bramble pollen has a general rebalancing, soothing effect and contributes to protection against the harmful effects of oxidative stress1. Tryptophan, an amino acid that is a precursor of serotonin4, has a role in regulating of mood and anxiety.
  • A source of vitamin B6, Chestnut and Bramble pollen contributes to the normal operation of the nervous system.

Recommendations for use
A large spoonful of frozen fresh pollen for breakfast contributes to a feeling of well-being all day ! You can eat it by itself, sprinkle it on a compote, yoghurt or on some toast with some spread or jam for a mixture of flavours. For optimal storage of the pollen, we recommend placing the carton in the freezer as soon as possible.

A 250g carton corresponds to a three-week supply.

(1) Damaging of cellular constituents by oxygenated free radicals, which studies suggest have a role in the origin of numerous pathologies such as cancer, cardiovascular and neurodegenerative diseases.
(2) According to the Guide des Aliments Antioxydants, by Juliette Pouyat-Leclère, published by Thierry Souccar Editions, 2013.
(3) Molecule involved in the premature aging of cells
(4) Neurotransmitter involved in the regulation of psychiatric disorders such as stress, anxiety, phobias, and depression.

Price : 27,5 €