Vitabase Royal Jelly
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- Offers valuable source of amino acids.
- Provides most B vitamins.
- Can help boost the immune system.
- Contains essential fatty acids as well as RNA and DNA.
Royal Jelly: Food Fit for a Queen
Interest in royal jelly as a health supplement began in the 1950s. It has since become a staple for many people. Also called "bee’s milk," royal jelly is a thick, creamy liquid produced by worker bees who act as nurses. All bee larvae receive this food during their first three days. Beginning with day four, they receive different food. Only the larva designated to be a queen bee continues to receive royal jelly.
Royal jelly causes drastic differences in the larva. A queen bee is 40 percent larger than worker bees and lives 40 to 50 times longer. During season she will lay thousands of eggs each day — equal to more than twice her body weight. These spectacular results are what led to interest in royal jelly as a food supplement.
Loaded with Vitamins, Minerals, Amino Acids, and More
Biochemically royal jelly is very complex. It is rich in amino acids (including eight that are essential for human health), essential fatty acids, vitamins, minerals, RNA, and DNA. Royal jelly is a good source for many B-complex vitamins including B1, B2, B6, B12, biotin, folic acid, and inositol.
It is high in pantothenic acid and contains gamma globulin, which can stimulate the immune system. According to some studies, royal jelly shows antibiotic and antiviral properties, but further research needs to be done to support this claim.
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