Study on the Effect and Functional Mechanism of Pine Pollen on Reducing the Blood-fat Level of the Experimental Mice
FANG Bolin,LIU Liegang (Hubei Center for Disease Prevention and Control, Hubei, 430079)
To study the effect of pine pollen on the high blood-fat level model experimental animals. Mice were feed with high-fat feedstuff in order to establish the high blood-fat level models. The contents of TC, TG and HDL-C in the serum of the mice were tested before the experiment and the mice were divided into 5 groups according to their TC level, namely the control group, the model group and 1.0, 2.0 and 3.0 g/kg pine pollen groups. Pine pollen was given preventively for one month, and then the TC, TG and HDL-C level of the mice were retested. Compared with the model group, the TC level of the middle and high dose group decreased, the TG level of the high dose group also decreased and the HDL-C level of the high dose group increased, the difference was significant. [Conclusion] The pine pollen is effective in preventing the formation of high blood-fat in the experimental mice.