Colors in bee pollen

by Lacee
(Arizona )

Is there a difference in the colors of bee pollen? Do more colors mean it is better, or has different values?

Angela's Comments:

Hi Lacee,
Great question. Yes, there is a difference in the colors of bee pollen. Different colors will indicate different floral (plant) sources of the pollen. This may indicate different nutrients in the pollen, not necessarily more or better but just different.

The general train of thought is that a greater variety of colors in the pollen is better for the user as it exposes you to a greater amount of nutrients.

Hope that helps,

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