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3 Reasons Why We Should Be Taking Care Of The World’s Bees

Making the world a greener place to live in requires more than just sun, water, and soil. It needs that essential step called cross-pollination across plants to make 90% of all flora and fauna and at least 30% of food crops. Among all the animals in the world, the strongest driver of cross-pollination and, thereby, crop production is the honeybee. Unfortunately, bees have been seeing a sharp decline in number over the past years. This why companies like Healthy Bees LLC are seeking ways to preserve the population.

What’s Happening To The Bees?

Climate change has caused a major shift in the way the earth elements coexist. Some flowers started to bloom later or earlier than normal, leaving many bees with fewer sources of food at the beginning of the season. Urban development, the decline in bee-friendly flowers, and an increasing number of abandoned farms led to habitat loss. Some colonies collapse because of parasites and the use of harmful pesticides.

The development of BeesVita Plus by Healthy Bees LLC is the product of this urgent need to save the bee population. BeesVita Plus is a supplement that helps honeybees regain energy, stamina, reproductive function, and boost their immune systems against illness. It also helps them become more resilient against weather changes and parasites. Hopefully, Healthy Bees can also develop a way.

Why Bees Are Important

Here are three reasons why bees are important to this world.

  1. Source of food

Without bees, there would be no honey. Remember that this sweet liquid is not just for the benefit of humans. It is also a major food source for many insects and wild animals, like raccoons, birds, and insects. Bees themselves are also a major part of the food chain. At least 24 types of birds prey on bees for food. These include hummingbirds, blackbrids, and starlins. Other insects, like praying mantises and dragonflies, even spiders eat bees, too.  

  1. Pollination

If you love broccoli, apples, cranberries, melons, and asparagus, then you should thank bees for making sure that we all haveample supply. Because because move from one flower to another in search of nectar, the pollen naturally sticks to their legs and bodies and transfers to other plants. Bees are responsible for pollinating billions of plants every year, including agricultural products. Without bees, many of the plants that we depend on for food will disappear.


  1. Biodiversity

Bees are play a crucial role in the ecosystem’s balance. Aside from supporting the growth and proliferation of flowers, trees, and a wide variety of plants, bees also contributed to the chain of living that allows a diverse number of species to live together peacefully.

In short, we need bees as much as we value life itself. Healthy Bees, through BeesVita Plus, is bent on addressing the alarming colony collapse numbers worldwide. Use that and our individual contributions to make the environment a better and safer place for major players to exist and everything else to coexist.

By | 2018-05-10T06:30:59+00:00 February 2nd, 2018|Blog|

About the Author:

In 2008, colony collapse disorder (CCD) destroyed approximately 80% of the honey bee colonies in a region of Italy. But on one family farm, the hives remained unaffected. Dr. Francesca del Vecchio studied the natural food resources specific to this farm to determine what the bees were ingesting that was making them thrive. After several years of testing hundreds of natural plant extracts, letting the bees choose the best compositions, Dr. del Vecchio created BeesVita Plus™ (BVP™). In 2011, Dr. del Vecchio and her partners founded a company now known as Healthy Bees LLC, which has patents pending for BVP™ across the world.