Clean Eating

Where Have All The Bees Gone?

BY KATE GEAGAN

What do Clean Eating favorites like almonds, strawberries, pumpkins, blueberries and mango have in common? Without pollinators, they couldn’t exist. While that may sound like a quaint elementary school science lesson, you might be surprised to discover that bees are one of the biggest topics buzzing around “good food” conversations today. Here’s why they matter for a healthy diet and a greener world.

Why Pollinators Are the Bee’s Knees

Bees do far more for your diet than create delicious honey. As

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