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Royal Bee Jelly: Healthy or Hype?
3. Brain Health
One study demonstrated that royal jelly was able to stimulate the growth of neural cells and the glial cells in the brain. This means royal jelly could possibly be used one day to prevent diseases such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.
4. PMS Relief
Although there are no official studies in this area, but many women state that royal jelly relieves many PMS symptoms. Find out more natural remedies for PMS relief.
5. Promotes Beautiful Health
Although many people think of royal jelly as a health care supplement, it’s also used in many skin care products. This is because royal jelly contains gelatin and DNA, both of which aid in the production of collagen. Many people, especially women, like to apply royal jelly directly to their skin surface and allow it to nourish their skin cells naturally.
6. Nutrient Rich
As with all other bee products, such as pollen and honey, royal jelly has an impressive list of vitamins and minerals. One serving of royal jelly contains almost all of the B vitamins, 17 amino acids, including the 8 essential acids that your body cannot make on its own, iron and calcium, along with vitamin C, E, and A, all of which are vital antioxidants that can kill free radicals and protect us from not only premature aging, but from degenerative and chronic diseases as well. That is an awful lot of nutrition packed in one little bee!
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