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What Our Experts Say

What our Experts Say

  • Leonora Doclis

    Belgravia Centre - The UK's Leading Hair Loss Clinic
    Trichotillomania falls under the umbrella of Impulse Control Disorder. This condition is characterised by an urge to pull one’s hair but others do it unconsciously. While some people bite their nails, people with trichotillomania pull or chew their hair. This habit is often extremely hard to break and as with biting ones’ nails, can turn into an outlet when the person is nervous or experiencing anxiety.

    Caffeine in coffee is a stimulant that psychiatric experts recommend should be eliminated in the diet. No scientific paper supports a link between coffee and Trichotillomania. However, hair pulling often happens when a person is tense and caffeine is known to worsen anxiety so on this basis there could be a link.


  • Dr Glenn Lyon

    Clinic Director at Philip Kingsley Clinic
    Trichotillomania, habitual pulling of one’s own hair is mostly initiated by psychological influences varying from an innocent cry for help to intentional self-harming. Consistent to other habitual practices such as smoking certain factors commencement, either of a physical or psychological nature. There has not been any presentation suggesting Trichotillomania is induced directly by caffeine. However caffeine could trigger a psychological connection in a single individual.


  • Marisa Peer

    Fertility Expert
    A lot of women who come to see me for help getting pregnant are fearful they are going to have to adopt a rigid, strict diet in order to boost their fertility. I always tell them it's more about avoiding a select few foods, and adding in a selection of wonderful super foods, rather than changing what they eat completely or sticking to a macrobiotic, organic diet. Royal Jelly is one of those super foods, as it is rich in proteins and amino acids that help stabilise the hormonal imbalances that can wreak havoc on a woman's fertility. It is high among the list of supplements and products I advise my clients to add to their daily diet if low estrogen levels are inhibiting their fertility. Since it comes from bees, Royal Jelly is all natural but I always advise my clients to source it from a reputable brand such as BioBees, as their commitment to organic and sustainable practices makes it a trustworthy brand.
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  • Antonia Mariconda

    Health & Beauty Writer, Author, The Cosmedic Coach
    The BioBees Fresh Royal Jelly Elixirs are amazing. I am almost addicted to it's fantastic properties, I have tried many products but can safely say this is one that picks you up if your energy is low, and gives a real boost to your wellbeing and skin, LOVE it!
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  • Lisa Smith

    Harley Street Nutritionist
    Royal jelly is a quite unique and underused substance, as well as being rich in proteins, B vitamins and a host of other nutrients to aid brain functions, it is the only substance found in nature that contains a natural, rich source of the neurotransmitter, acetylcholine.

    Acetylcholine has a key role in ensuring nerve impulses are transmitted from one nerve fibre to another, helping to ensure that information coming into the brain is processed, encoded and then moulding into a ‘memory’ that can be easily stored, retained and retrieved again when required.

    Acetylcholine acts like a lubricant for your brain, enabling it to work hard and fast to file
    new memories efficiently, and whilst optimal levels are associated with a good memory, fluid thoughts, and enhanced cognitive functions, deficiencies can lead to poor memory and attention problems. The most common of these being short term memory loss, disorientation and an inability to remember names of places and people - even of people you know. A chronic deficiency of acetylcholine in the brain may also contribute to the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease.
    lisa smith - harley street nutritionist


  • Gamal S. Eskander

    MD Board Certified American Academy of Family Physicians - Specializes in Preventative Care
    Since the ancient times, honeybees have been used for many medicinal purposes to cure variety of ailments. For example, the Q'aran mentions honey in several verses to cure many things. In recent times, leading scientists have conducted in-depth research to solve the myths of royal jelly's powers. In my experience, it has been proven in certain cases to help patients with diabetes, or digestion problems, and cough or cold like symptoms. Your mother's cure is correct: honey in tea will definitely ease a sore throat.
  • Marisa Peer

    Fertility Expert
    Ginseng and guarana are very good for raising energy levels. In order to have a great sex life, it is important to stay up and be energetic. The BioBee's Fresh Royal Kelly elixirs will give you the energy to keep going while the aphrodisiac extract will give you the motivation to start. Up to 40% of infertility is caused by males since they don't have enough sperm or they have sperm that can't swim straight. Bee pollen is very good for fertility then, because it increases the quality, quantity and motility of sperm. It can also help with egg quality because it's so nourishing.