Benefits of Royal Jelly

What are the benefits of royal jelly?

Royal Jelly is perhaps the most potent, highly concentrated food available. A very important point is that the nutrients are absolutely natural.  The word ‘natural’ is much touted in supplement circles.  Many health supplements are synthetic, often called ‘nature identical’. They have the same molecular structure but they do not and cannot have the same efficacy by a huge margin. Therefore Royal Jelly provides comprehensive bio-availability.  This means that the body can utilise the power- packed significant range of nutrients to their fullest extent.

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Royal Jelly contains many nutrients that can be beneficial to those that consume it.  Some of those include:

Vitamin B6

Being deficient in vitamin B6 is fairly common, so it is never a bad idea to have more.  It is present in royal jelly, but not in high concentration. Vitamin B6 helps to form protiens, hormones and neurotransmitters inside the human body, and is also good for aleviating morning sickness when pregnant.

Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5)

You will find pantothenic acid in royal jelly. People use this to create proteins, amongst other chemicals, that help metabolizie fats and carbs. Pantothenic acid is also used to make red blood cells, hormones and acetylcholine - a neurotransmitter which aids cells communicating with each other.

Inositol (Vitamin Bh)

Inositol is also known as vitamin Bh, and works to protect cell membranes within the body. Inositol plays a role in hair growth, calming your nervous system and is found in high concentrations in your heart and lenses of your eyes.

Niacin (Vitamin B3)

Niacin is a nutrient found in royal jelly that affects numerous body systems. B vitamins help your body convert food into energy. It is also helps your liver, eyes, skin and hair develop healthily, as well as sexual and stress-related hormones in your adrenal glands.

Amino Acids

Royal Jelly contains a total of twenty-two amino acids, eight of which are essential amino acids that the body cannot produce on its own: tryptophan, lysine, methionine, phenylaline, theronine, valine, leucine and isoleucine. The benefits of these amino acids in your body include boosting mental energy, reducing hunger, assisting in the formation of collagen and connective tissue, and helping you to relax.

The content contained herein is not medical advice, it is for informational purposes only. If you have health concerns please see your doctor or health professional.