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Bee Pollen

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Pollen besides being a natural remedy is also considered a superior food.

As a food, it can be processed in every imaginable way: alone, powdered through a coffee grinder; mixed with yogurt; mixed with honey than with yogurt; mixed with juices (lemon, orange, apple, pineapple, etc., etc.); mixed with fruits: bananas, oranges, lemons, almonds, strawberries, cranberries, avocado, etc. mixed with vegetables: carrots, etc. mixed with cereals (ideally for breakfast, when combined with juices and yogurt); mixed with wheat germs; added to a piece of bread with butter and honey, etc.

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Antiestrogenic and antigenotoxic activity of bee pollen from Cystus incanus and Salix alba as evaluated by the yeast estrogen screen and the micronucleus assay in human lymphocytes

Barbara Pinto,Francesca Caciagli, Elisabetta Riccio, Daniela Reali, Ana Sari, Tihomir Balog, Sa sa Liki, Roberto Scarpato

DOI: 10.1016/j.ejmech.2010.06.001

Spectroscopic Discrimination of Bee Pollen by Composition, Color, and Botanical Origin

Roman Bleha, Tetiana V. Shevtsova, Martina Živˇcáková, Anna Korbáˇrová, Martina Ježková, Ivan Salo ˇn, Ján Brindza and Andriy Synytsya

DOI: 10.3390/foods10081682

Bee Pollen: Current Status and Therapeutic Potential
Shaden A M Khalifa, Mohamed H Elashal, Nermeen Yosri, Ming Du, Syed G Musharraf , Lutfun Nahar, Satyajit D Sarker, Zhiming Guo, Wei Cao,  Xiaobo Zou, Aida A Abd El-Wahed, Jianbo Xiao 10, Hany A Omar, Mohamed-Elamir F Hegazy, Hesham R El-Seedi 
DOI: 10.3390/nu13061876

Protein and phenolic content and antioxidant capacity of honey bee-collected unifloral pollen pellets from Finland
Anneli Salonen,Anu Lavola,Virpi Virjamo &Riitta Julkunen-Tiitto
DOI: 10.1080/00218839.2021.1902145

Bee Pollen: Chemical Composition and Therapeutic Application

Katarzyna Komosinska-Vassev, Pawel Olczyk, 2 Justyna Kaźmierczak, Lukasz Mencner, and Krystyna Olczyk

DOI: 10.1155/2015/297425

The Potential of Using Bee Pollen in Cosmetics: a Review
Xiaozhi Xi, Jia Li, Shasha Guo, Yujuan Li, Fangxue Xu, Mengmeng Zheng, Hui Cao, Xiaowei Cui, Hong Guo, Chunchao Han

 DOI: 10.5650/jos.ess18048

Bee Pollen as a Promising Agent in the Burn Wounds Treatment
Paweł Olczyk, Robert Koprowski, Justyna Kaźmierczak, Lukasz Mencner, Robert Wojtyczka, Jerzy Stojko, Krystyna Olczyk, Katarzyna Komosinska-Vassev
DOI: 10.1155/2016/8473937

Cell Wall Disruption of Rape Bee Pollen Treated with Combination of Protamex Hydrolysis and Ultrasonication

JieDongac, KunGaoa, KaiWangab, XiangXuac, Hongcheng Zhangac
DOI: 10.1016/j.foodres.2015.05.039

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