Pollen health food research

Pollen health food research

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Caption: Pollen health food research. Anti-bacterial tests on pollen grains being carried out by French beekeeper Patrice Percie du Sert. The petri dish with pollen grains (right) has less Salmonella bacterial growth than the petri dish without pollen (left). Pollen (gathered by bees) can be harvested for consumption by humans as a health food. It has concentrated nutrients, being high in protein, and also contains valuable trace elements, such as minerals and vitamins. Du Sert sells his pollen health products through his company Pollenergie.

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