Bee Pollen Clinical Studies: A Natural Solution for Dog Allergies, Skin & Coat - Dog-Eh!

Bee Pollen Clinical Studies: A Natural Solution for Dog Allergies and Skin & Coat Health

If your dog suffers from allergies, skin issues, or dull coat, you may want to consider adding bee pollen to their diet. Bee pollen is a rich source of organic and non-organic compounds that can help improve your dog's overall health. In fact, a number of clinical studies have shown that bee pollen can help alleviate allergies, improve skin and coat health, and even reduce inflammation. This is why we've included bee pollen, as well as other powerful ingredients such as turmeric and coconut oil, in our Dog-Eh! Skin & Coat Plus supplement.

Keep reading to learn more about the clinical studies that support the use of bee pollen for dogs.

Bee Pollen Scientific Studies

The Influence of Bee Pollen on Animals

Bee pollen is a mixture of many different natural compounds, including proteins, fats, amino acids, and vitamins. Bee pollen is often added to animal food, and studies have shown that it can have positive effects on animals. For example, feeding bee pollen to dogs can improve their coat and can have anti-inflammatory properties. Bee pollen can also help animals during times of stress or physical exertion. Other studies have shown that adding bee pollen and propolis to animal food can help lower cholesterol and improve liver function.

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Maciej S. Bryś, Magdalena Kunat, Aneta A. Ptaszyńska Katedra Immunobiologii, Instytut Nauk Biologicznych, Wydział Biologii i Biotechnologii, Uniwersytet Marii Curie -Skłodowskiej, Lublin, Poland. European Journal of Medical Technologies 2019; 4(25): 33-37

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