Sunfood has found this incredible Wildflower honey from California filled with bee pollen . Ambrosia is a beautiful yellow/golden color which comes from all that bee pollen. The raw honey and bee pollen are whipped until the bee pollen is completely emulsified in the honey. Once the bee pollen is whipped into the honey, it does not degrade, as no bacteria will grow in honey, and it will keep the bee pollen fresh. The end product is a rich, creamy and very delicious superfood - full of vitamins, minerals, protein, carbohydrates, enzymes and much, much more. Each 16 oz. bottle of Ambrosia contains approximately 60 grams of bee pollen - much higher than any other honey/bee pollen product. Spicy Ginger Ambrosia which contains certified organic powdered ginger and cinnamon. If you are a raw foodist, this is the perfect food for you - completely raw and loaded with nutrients and enzymes. The enzymes in the honey break down and the pollen make it more digestible.
Give it a try and you will be hooked!
It's best to buy and consume organic honey, not only for our health but for the bee's too. Hopefully not too long from now, all bee keepers will be organic out of necessity.
Raw Honey is one of nature's richest sources of live enzymes, and contains over 80 different components important for human nutrition. Among these may be found many of the B vitamins, sulfur, phosphorous, iron, copper, silicon, and zinc. Raw Honey is high in antioxidants in its own right, and it also helps to defend the body against foreign bacteria while exhibiting anti-inflammatory effects. Raw honey is easily metabolized by the body and enters the bloodstream slowly, providing a steady source of energy.
Spread on toast or crackers
Sunfood Turkish Figs and Ambrosia honey - yum yum
Mix with plain yogurt
Blend with fruit smoothies
Pour over cereal
As a topping over ice cream or frozen yogurt (tip: bring a pot of water to a boil - turn the heat off and place Ambrosia in the water for just a few minutes until its very creamy and then pour over your ice cream. Ambrosia then hardens a bit and has a caramel-like texture. Its soooo good!!
How about a banana split made with low fat frozen yogurt and topped with Spicy Ginger Ambrosia and chopped Pecans.
Mix with olive oil and balsamic vinegar for a sweet vinaigrette dressing
As a healthy sweetener for tea (do not pour boiling water over Ambrosia - add it to your tea when it has cooled down a bit to avoid destroying the nutrients).
|Country of Origin||USA|
|Ingredients||100% Raw Organic Honey|
|Specifications||Raw, Live Enzymes|
|Great for||Endurance, Energy, Expecting Moms, Vitamins, Immune System, Inflammation, Longevity, Antioxidant, Minerals, Children|