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Royal Jelly Benefits
Here are some of the specific royal jelly benefits.

Boosts Immune System and Counters Allergic Reactions
Royal jelly can help boost the immune system. It may help relieve seasonal allergy symptoms.   

Helps Alzheimer’s Patients
Recent research indicates royal jelly may improve short-term memory because it’s demonstrated to have a beneficial role on neural functions. We know that Alzheimer’s disease is associated with impairments of learning and memory.

Because the brain tissue contains a lot of unsaturated fatty acids that are especially vulnerable for free radical attacks, the antioxidant substances found in royal jelly can play an important role in prevention and cure of neurodegenerative diseases. That includes working as a potential Alzheimer’s natural treatment.

Contains Beneficial Probiotics
Royal honey appears to have a valuable effect as a source of bifidobacteria, which is the beneficial bacteria that supports the health of the gastrointestinal tract, making it a useful probiotic. Clinical studies have associated other beneficial effects, such as immune enhancement and anti-carcinogenicity, with the presence of bifidobacteria in the GI tract.

Eases Menopausal and Postmenopausal Symptoms
Research shows that taking royal jelly can help reduce menopausal symptoms and improve feelings of well-being in menopausal women. The combination of royal jelly, evening primrose oil, damiana and ginseng may also decrease menopausal symptoms.

Improves Collagen Levels for Great Skin
University istudies report that royal jelly regulates skin photoaging following exposure to ultraviolet-B radiation. The anti-aging effects on the skin were assessed by determining the collagen content and epidermal thickness of skin tissue.

Aids in Healing Wounds
Honey has long been known as an aid in wound healing. Studies reveal that royal jelly has significant benefits in wound healing as well. In a 2010 study, a wound was promptly treated with royal jelly at varying concentrations for up to 48 hours, and migration was analyzed by evaluating closure of the wound margins. Furthermore, altered levels of lipids, which were recently reported to participate in the wound-healing process, were analyzed.

Improves Male Infertility
Research   evaluated the protective effect of royal jelly on sperm parameters, testosterone levels and malondialdehyde production in mice. Sperm count, sperm motility, viability, maturity and DNA integrity were analyzed in the study. The findings suggest royal jelly treatments can improve male fertility.  

Treats Diabetes
Royal jelly may improve some type 2 diabetes markers in both men and women. In a randomized clinical trial, 40 patients with type 2 diabetes were assigned to receive either 10 grams fresh royal jelly or a placebo after overnight fasting. Though the effects were not immediate and more studies are needed, there were some changes in glucose levels that may benefit type 2 diabetics, indicating that it may work as a diabetes natural treatment.

Helps Decrease Mucositis Symptoms
Studies indicate that royal jelly can aid in the healing time in patients receiving radiotherapy and chemotherapy. Combined with standard mouthwash therapy, it was shown to improve symptoms of oral mucositis. Data suggests that topical application of films that contain royal jelly had a healing effect on the severe oral mucositis and that the effect was caused by its anti-inflammatory or antioxidative activities.  
Royal Jelly vs. Honey

Both royal jelly and raw honey have been harvested for centuries for both similar and different reasons. Royal jelly is typically used as a nutritional supplement, and we all know honey as a delicious natural sweetener for our morning toast or afternoon tea — and they both can be highly beneficial to your health.

There are numerous proven and potential benefits of royal jelly and honey, many of which are similar. Here is a quick guide that may help you determine how best to use it based on your needs.

Royal Jelly
It’s a honey bee secretion that’s used in the nutrition of larvae and adult queens. It’s known for:
   Immune system support
   Antibiotic effects
   Kidney, pancreatic and liver disease support
   Healthy skin
   Energy and vitality
   Healing wounds
   Fighting cancer
   Fertility
   Hormone support
   Digestive support
   Bone support
   Diabetic support

Honey
Raw honey is 100 percent unprocessed, meaning it’s pure, natural, unpasteurized. It retains all the enzymes, pollen, royal jelly, propolis, rich vitamins, minerals and carbohydrate content in this form. Honey is known for:
   Natural sweetener
   Weight loss support
   Helping regulate insulin
   Anti-inflammatory
   Antibacterial power for the skin
   Sore throat remedy
   Local honey my help build immunity to local allergens
   Antioxidant effects
   Healing wounds
   Improved athletic performance

Royal jelly contains
proteins, carbohydrates, fats, free amino acids, vitamins and minerals. It contains about 60 percent to 70 percent water, 12 percent to 15 percent proteins, 10 percent to 16 percent sugar, 3 percent to 6 percent fats, and 2 percent to 3 percent vitamins, salts and amino acids. Its composition varies depending on geography and climate.
Royal jelly is a proteinaceous secretion derived from the hypopharyngeal and mandibular glands of young worker bees. It’s the sole food fed to the queen throughout her lifetime and is also fed to all young larvae for the first three days after hatching.

Protein accounts for more than 50 percent of royal jelly by dry weight. It’s been reported that nine members of major royal jelly proteins account for 80 percent to 90 percent of the total protein. Other proteins, such as alpha-glucosidase, glucose oxidase and alpha-amylase, have also been detected. (17)

Furthermore, honeybee (Apis mellifera) royal jelly has a long history in human medicine because of its health-protecting properties.
Lipids are a class of organic compounds that are fatty acids and insoluble in water but soluble in organic solvents. They include many natural oils, waxes and steroids.

Most fatty acids in royal jelly are medium-chain fatty acids. The lipids are useful as preventive and supportive medicines with functionalities that include potential inhibitors of cancer growth, immune system modulators, alternative therapies for menopause, skin-aging protectors and more. (18)
How to Buy Royal Jelly and Dosage

The flavor of royal jelly is mostly described as astringent, dry, slightly bitter and leaving an aftertaste. This aftertaste is sometimes equated with extremely low doses of bee venom, giving a numbing or tingling feeling to the tongue and mouth. For this reason people who have severe allergic reaction to bee venom should not be given royal jelly.

It’s very potent — therefore, you only need about half a teaspoon per day to gain its many benefits and receive adequate B vitamins. You can eat it raw, add it to honey as a spread, in your tea or in your morning smoothie.

You can buy it at your local health food store. If you don’t foresee using it frequently, freeze-dried royal jelly is more shelf-stable and maintains most of its benefits when stored at room temperature. When made into tablets or capsules, it’s usually mixed with fillers so, as always, read the labels.

You should avoid royal honey if you have estrogen receptor-positive breast cancer because it can stimulate growth of cancer cells. Make sure to speak to your doctor before taking royal jelly if you take blood thinners or any medications and if you are pregnant or breast-feeding.

It’s important to note that several cases of anaphylaxis, asthma and hemorrhagic colitis have been reported with use of royal jelly. People who have severe allergic reactions to bee venom should not be given royal jelly.

The appropriate dose of royal jelly depends on several factors, such as the user’s age, health and several other conditions. At this time there is not enough scientific information to determine an appropriate range of doses for royal jelly. Keep in mind that natural products are not always necessarily safe, and dosages can be important.
Touted as “the fountain of youth and beauty,” royal jelly contains vitamin B5 and other B vitamins, biotin, inositol, folate, nucleic acids, gamma globulin and 17 different amino acids, including the eight essential amino acids that the human body cannot produce. And there’s more. It also contains potassium, magnesium, calcium, copper, sulfur, zinc, iron and manganese.  

These characteristics provide royal jelly with the ability to rejuvenate and regenerate the body, inhibit the aging process, maintain skin tone, alleviate arthritis pain, act as an antidepressant, help those suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, enhance our ability to think clearly, treat hormonal imbalances, and promote a healthy heart.  
  
Royal jelly is used for a number of health reasons, such as an asthma natural remedy, healthy bone development, an age-defying treatment and to boost the immune system, to name a few. It’s even been noted as a possible way to inhibit cancer growth. It boosts the immune system and counters allergic reactions, helps Alzheimer’s patients, contains beneficial probiotics, eases menopausal and postmenopausal symptoms, improves collagen levels for great skin, treats osteoporosis, aids in healing wounds, improves male fertility, treats diabetes, and helps decrease mucositis symptoms.

Royal jelly contains proteins, carbohydrates, fats, free amino acids, vitamins and minerals. It contains about 60 percent to 70 percent water, 12 percent to 15 percent proteins, 10 percent to 16 percent sugar, 3 percent to 6 percent fats, and 2 percent to 3 percent vitamins, salts and amino acids. Its composition varies depending on geography and climate.
 
Antioxidant Power
Antioxidants are all the rage today and for good reason. When your  cells oxidize, YOU oxidize and that leads to greater instances of  cancer, heart disease and other degenerative conditions.
We've  all seen a peeled apple turn brown within minutes - well, that is  literally what happens to your cells over your lifetime. But scientists  have discovered certain foods have massive amounts of antioxidants that  slow and even stop this process.
Royal Jelly just so happens to be  one of these foods.  
And  what the scientists learned was that RJ had higher amounts of these  antioxidants when the Royal Jelly was fresher. So when buying RJ, ensure  that you are buying fresh, frozen product to maximize the vitality of  the product.

 Immune Modulator
Because Royal Jelly is being indicated to have immuno-modulatory  potential for humans.
Autoimmunity  is a state in which the body's immune system attacks itself. Disease  like Rheumatoid Arthritis and many allergies are autoimmune disorders.

 Brain Function Enhancement
Experience a mild  euphoria or feeling of clarity upon taking our high quality, fresh royal  jelly.
         
 Liver Protection
To be honest, I was not aware that Royal Jelly had liver protective  abilities until I read this study. And don't ever underestimate the  importance of keeping your liver healthy - everything you ingest goes  through it to be filtered. So your liver is ultra important to your  overall health.
Believe me - I've met many people with toxic or  impaired livers and it is a very challenging health situation which can  often lead to liver cancer. Simply drinking tap water today will expose  your liver to over 200 toxic compounds alone. This makes the protective  effects of Royal Jelly even more important.

 Inflammation
A tremendous amount of research is now showing that chronic  inflammation is one of the root causes of heart disease and other  degenerative diseases such as Alzheimers disease, arthritis and even  some cancers.
A group of scientists at Hayashibara Biochemical  Laboratories in Japan decided to test the anti-inflammatory activity of  Royal Jelly. They tested for pro-inflammatory cytokines such as  TNF-alpha, IL-6, and IL-1. High levels of these compounds indicate high  levels of inflammation.
The scientists found that the  administration of Royal Jelly suppressed these pro-inflammatory  compounds and concluded that RJ has anti-inflammatory actions.
So,  if you have a history of heart disease or Alzheimer's disease in your  family or better yet, you've had your IL-6 levels tested by your doctor  and they are elevated, Royal Jelly is likely an excellent supplement for  you.

Skin Healing
Scientists showed anti-inflammatory activity by decreasing exudation and  collagen formation. RJ also shortened the healing period of skin  lesions, enough so that the scientists stated that RJ is able to augment  wound healing.
This comes as no surprise to those of us who have  used royal jelly for skin health over the years. Royal Jelly contains  specific nutrients and vitamins that support skin renewal such as  flavonoids, nucleic acid, decanoic acid, enzymes, and hormones.
It  also contains numerous vitamins and minerals such as vitamins B1, B2,  B3, B5, B6, acetyl-choline and zinc, all of which are excellent for the  skin. Studies indicate that the acids found in Royal Jelly contribute to  its collagen production and promotion.
Take three 500 mg capsules daily or one quarter teaspoon of fresh royal jelly powder per day to optimize your skin health.

Diabetes and Blood Sugar Control
Earlier studies have shown that royal jelly has insulin-like  activity. However, there have so far been no clinical trials to support  these findings. So, a group of German doctors at the Justus-Liebig  University Hospital in Germany had twenty volunteers undergo the  standardized oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) and afterwards a second  OGTT after ingestion of 20 g of royal jelly.
The doctors found  that after 2 hours, the serum sugar levels of the 20 volunteers were  much lower after taking the 20 g of Royal Jelly than when they didn't  take it.
So, if you have any type of blood sugar issue, try  supplementing with RJ. (if you are on insulin or Glucagon, make sure you  monitor your levels carefully - RJ will reduce your sugars)

Osteoporosis & Bone Loss
A group of Japanese scientists hypothesized that Royal Jelly may have beneficial effects on osteoporosis.
After  conducting a study on both rats and in a test tube, the doctors found  that RJ may prevent osteoporosis by enhancing intestinal calcium  absorption, making it an effective preventative aid for osteoporosis.
It  makes a lot of sense to supplement with Royal Jelly along with your  calcium and vitamin D if you are suffering from osteoporosis or have a  history of it in your family. According to this study, RJ will enhance  your body's ability to absorb the calcium and in turn deposit it in your  bone structure.

Breast Cancer
A group of scientists at Kyushu University in Japan looked at the protective effect of Royal Jelly on breast cancer cells.
In  the study, the scientists found an anti-environmental estrogen effect  of royal jelly. Bisphenol A (BPA) is an environmental estrogen found in  many plastics that stimulates the proliferation of human breast cancer  MCF-7 cells.
The study found that Royal jelly inhibited the growth  promoting effect of BPA on breast cancer MCF-7 cells, even though it  did not affect the proliferation of cells in the absence of BPA.
We  are all exposed to dozens of cancer causing environmental estrogens  every day now through our drinking water, our cosmetics, plastics and  our food. You may be wise to protect yourself from these cancers with a  daily dose of fresh royal jelly.

Cholesterol Control
It appears that Royal Jelly lowers bad cholesterol and total cholesterol while not harming good cholesterol levels.  



 
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