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By: Angela Van Alten / Ysseldyk, Beekeeper’s Daughter, Certified Nutritional Practitioner and Dutchman’s Gold Partner 

Hey foodie pals! Ever stumbled upon that fancy term - "superfood" and wondered what on earth it means? Well, today let's chat about these powerhouse foods that have taken the health world by storm.

Superfoods are like the incredible superheroes of the food kingdom! Brimming with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and beneficial whatchamacallits, they come to the rescue of our body, offering a ton of health benefits.

There really isn't a solid textbook-type definition for what makes a food "super," but typically these nutritional champions are super high in all the good stuff our bodies thrive on. So, the next time you come across the term "superfood," think of it as nature's VIP club for ultra-nourishing eats. 

Some of the most common superfoods include:

1. **Berries:** Bursting with antioxidants and vitamins, these little pretties add color to your plates and health to your system. Think blueberries, strawberries, or goji berries, each with different nutritional profiles.

2. **Kale:** This leafy green never goes out of style. Kale is packed with Vitamin K, A, and C, and a good source of iron, calcium and protein. It's a salad staple for any superfood enthusiast.

3. **Bee Pollen:** A hive’s hidden treasure! This bee by-product is surprisingly rich in proteins and free amino acids. It's a perfect addition sprinkled on your morning yogurt or smoothie for an extra health kick.

4. **Avocados:** Full of healthy fats, these creamy goodies support heart health while providing you with fiber, vitamin K, vitamin E, and B-vitamins.

5. **Chia Seeds:** Don’t be fooled by their size, these tiny seeds offer a heap of nutrients like fiber, protein, and omega-3 fatty acids.

6. **Quinoa:** A fantastic gluten-free grain, quinoa cooks up perfectly for salads, sides, or as a protein-rich breakfast.

7. **Royal Jelly:** Another wonderful gift from the bees, royal jelly is a hive superfood. Jam-packed with B-vitamins, royal jelly helps support energy and a healthy immune system.

8. **Sweet Potatoes:** High in fiber and rich in vitamin A, sweet potatoes are a versatile and tasty superfood.

9. **Almonds:** These crunchy delights can lower bad cholesterol, plus they're packed full of healthy fats and protein.

10. **Raw Honey:** Yet another reason we should thank our buzzing friends, the bees. Raw honey is full of antioxidants, can help soothe a sore throat, and makes a healthier alternative to refined sugar for sweetening your favorite treats.


Have you ever pondered the question: 'Why are superfoods really all that important?' Well, sit back and let me uncover the secrets of these nutritional powerhouses for you.

Firstly, imagine packing a suitcase with only the best outfits. That's superfoods – they are packed with the best nutrients; think vitamins, minerals, anti-oxidants, enzymes, and more. Such a dense concentration of goodness has been linked to an array of amazing health benefits.

Who wouldn't want a reduced risk of nasty chronic diseases? We're talking heart disease, strokes, cancer, and dreaded diabetes of the type 2 variety. But it doesn't stop there. Superfoods assist your cognitive function, making your mind sharp, and helping your brain stay in top shape.

They're like your personal superhero, strengthening your immune system to fend off illnesses. With superfoods, you'll feel your energy levels soar like a rocket. If you’re an athlete or just someone aiming to stay active, they could do wonders for your performance.

And yes, they're even your weight-loss friends, helping you not just shed those pounds but keep them off too. But it's not all just internal – consuming superfoods can result in some delightful outward visible benefits, such as healthier skin, and hair that glistens.


You probably know that honey, especially raw honey, is a delectable nectar made by our industrious little friends, the bees. This natural food, adored and devoured for centuries, boasts a sweetness that's second to none and health benefits that are pretty impressive.

Raw honey isn't just a sweet treat, but it's loaded with:

1. Powerful Antioxidants: Protecting our bodies from harmful free radicals' damage, the antioxidants in honey are a true wellness gift!
2. Plant Compounds: Called phytonutrients, these precious plant compounds provide anti-inflammatory, anticancer, and even antioxidant benefits.
3. Powerful Enzymes: Acting as digestion powerhouses, important enzymes like amylase, protease, and lipase are found in abundance in honey.
4. Essential Vitamins & Minerals: Honey packs small yet significant amounts of vitamin C, vitamin B6, iron, and calcium.

But that's not all! Raw honey promises a bunch of other health boons too: boosting the immune system, promoting wound healing, calming coughs & sore throats, improving gut health, and calming inflammation. All these make honey a super addition to any diet.

To relish raw honey:
- Add a dollop to your tea or coffee or drizzle it over your toast.
- Incorporate it in your baking or cooking, or jazz up your salad dressing.
- Simply enjoy it as a guilt-free sweet snack right out of the jar!


Did you know bee pollen is a superfood too? This natural concoction of bee secretions, honey, enzymes, wax, and flower pollen, has been admired for its health-boosting qualities.

Bee pollen offers a plethora of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and other beneficial compounds. From vitamins A, B, and C to minerals like calcium, copper, and iron, 20 essential amino acids to enzymes like amylase, lipase, and protease - it's a nutritional powerhouse!

Try adding bee pollen into your daily diet - sprinkle it over your meals, blend it into a smoothie, or even pop a bee pollen capsule. Slowly increase the amount as your body gets used to it. Bee pollen, not only keeps you healthy but adds a sweet twist to your dishes. Just remember to get your pollen from ethical, trustworthy beekeepers!


So, what makes royal jelly a superfood? It brims with vitamins (especially B-complex), wholesome proteins, minerals, essential fats, and antioxidants. Sounds fantastic, right? However, the star of the show is a unique compound called "10-hydroxy-2-decenoic acid". Put all these together and we've got a superfood that boosts our immune system, sharpens our brain, and enhances our skin's health. It even helps in maintaining good cardiovascular health!

But how do you include royal jelly in your meals? It's easier than you think. It comes in versatile forms like fresh liquid, freeze-dried capsules and tablets, or mixed with honey. You can take it directly or mix it into your favorite smoothies or teas. Just remember to start with small doses to check for any allergies.


You're now probably wondering how to get more superfoods into your diet?!  Dutchman's Gold offers a complete line of bee superfoods - the Superfood Honey, Bee Pollen in Honey, and Royal Jelly in Honey. Each blend brims with the natural goodness of essential vitamins, proteins, and antioxidants found in the beehive.

Give a royal twist to your morning smoothies, afternoon teas, or evening toast by adding Superfood Honey, known for its revitalizing nutrients. To enhance your immunity and energy levels, incorporate Bee Pollen in Honey, a protein-rich superfood, into your yogurt or cereal. Looking for a refreshing skin glow and cognitive push? Stir a spoonful of Royal Jelly in Honey into your tea.

These Dutchman's Gold delights blend seamlessly into your everyday meals! And don't worry - these products are tailored for your convenience and diverse taste palettes. Boosting your superfood intake has never been this effortlessly delicious! Always remember to consult your healthcare provider before introducing new superfoods into your diet. Enjoy your royal superfood journey!