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ee-lieve it or not, these buzzy
creatures and their hives play
a huge role in keeping this
planet spinning. At least 30
percent of the world's crops and 90
percent of all plants require cross-
pollination to spread and thrive.
In fact, managed honeybees are the
most important pollinators of New
Zealand's commercial crops.'
Honey tastes delicious spread on
toast, mixed in hot water with lemon,
or eaten straight from the spoon.
to thrive. Bees are responsible for
the production of many seeds, nuts,
berries, and fruit which are a crucial
food source for wild animals.
Humans aren't the only ones who
enjoy a sweet snack of honey - animals
like birds will raid beehives for a taste
of nutritious honey, too!
A TEASPOON A DAY KEEPS
THE DOCTOR AWAY!
Unfortunately, the last few years
have seen bee populations decline.
That's why Lighthouse has partnered
with New Zealand Manuka Apiculture
(NZMA) to support the development
of New Zealand beehives and to help
bee populations thrive.
SUPPORT THE BEES
- OWN A HIVE
Pollination is vital for the growth of
tropical and temperate forests where
millions of animal species live.
Many tree species, like willows
and poplars, couldn't
pollinators like bees.
Nestled away in an exclusive location
in Northland, Coromandel or Taranaki,
your Lighthouse Beehive can be
personalised with a colour and name
or picture. Plus, it's professionally
managed by a team from NZMA
- so no bee suits or big gardens
HOW DO BEES HELP THE PLANET?
I YOUR EVERYDAY FOOD
Bees pollinate billions of plants each
year, including millions of agricultural
crops (apples, melons, asparagus
and broccoli, to name a few). In fact,
pollinators like bees play a key role
in one out of every three bites of
food you eat!
HOW DO BEES HELP
Every year you own your beehive,
you'll also receive a generous supply
of Lighthouse Manuka Honey. Either
keep every jar for yourself or give
vouchers to your friends and family.
Owning a Lighthouse beehive means
you're not only doing good for the
planet, but you'll look after your own
health and wellbeing too - that's got
to be a win-win!
Manuka honey is only produced
by honeybees in New Zealand.
This elite form of honey is shown
to have incredible health benefits
due to its amazing antioxidant and
Supporting digestive health, aiding the
healing of wounds, and soothing skin
issues and sore throats are just some
In addition to farm-grown fruits
and veggies, many species of wild
plants depend on insect pollinators
Visit a store or head to www.health2000.co.nz
of the ways manuka honey can benefit
the human body.
to find out more and take ownership of your
For references to this article, visit www.health2000.co.nz/blog/health/passionate-about-the-planet.
Always read the label and take as directed. If symptoms persist, consult your healthcare professional.
Lighthouse Health Distributors Limited, Hamilton.
JANUARY 2020 • HEALTH 2000