– Introduction to Royal Jelly
The milky secretion known as royal jelly is produced by worker honeybees (Apis mellifera). It is a good source of carbohydrates, protein, fatty acids, amino acids, vitamins, and minerals. Because it is consumed by the queen bee, jelly derives its name. Depending on the environment and geography, its composition changes. To treat menopause symptoms, many utilize it. There isn’t enough credible scientific data to support its usage for hay fever, diabetes, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), obesity, dry eye, or a host of other conditions. It should not be confused with beeswax, honey, propolis, venom, or pollen. Don’t mistake it for apitherapy either. They are not equivalent.
– Benefits of Royal Jelly
Effective for menopause symptoms. It appears that ingesting royal jelly, either by alone or in combination with other nutrients, can lessen menopause symptoms. However, it’s unclear whether rubbing it on the skin is beneficial. It also strengthens the immune system generally and treats mucositis specifically. It lowers asthma rates just like honey.
According to studies, it has a beneficial effect on cardiovascular health by decreasing triglycerides, raising HDL levels, and lowering cholesterol and lipoprotein levels.
It reduces ulcers brought on by diabetes and raises blood glucose levels.
By modestly increasing the number of red blood cells, it lowers anemia rates.
Men who frequently ingest it experience higher testosterone levels and better sperm quality. The FSH/LH ratio has also been demonstrated to benefit from royal jelly, however, this effect is reversed once supplementation is stopped. Additionally, it boosts libido. It lessens menopausal side effects. According to preliminary studies, it acts as an anti-osteoclastic to prevent osteoporosis by reducing bone resorption.
It has antiproliferative properties on neuroblastoma cells, making it a potential superfood that fights cancer.
– Potential Side Effects
A hay fever. It doesn’t appear that taking it orally before or during a pollen season can help with seasonal allergies.
Diabetes. Royal jelly taken orally doesn’t appear to lower blood sugar levels in diabetics.
physical capability in older folks. Royal jelly consumption by senior residents of nursing homes did not appear to enhance balance, walking, or hand grip strength. Allergic responses are the most frequent negative effects of all bee products. Avoid it if you have a known sensitivity to conifer and poplar trees. When someone is very sensitive to bee products, severe allergic reactions, such as anaphylaxis (shock), intestinal bleeding, and even death, can occur. minor allergic reactions include minor gastrointestinal disturbance and asthma.
– How to Use Royal Jelly
One of my favorite ways to eat Royal Jelly is to add it to my morning smoothie, which comes in a variety of flavors. If you need some ideas. It is simple to spread fresh it on toast, incorporate it into oatmeal or other breakfast foods, combine it with honey, or even add it to a cup of coffee or tea. Although its powder can be used in anything, it may taste the finest in cereals, shakes, smoothies, or juices.
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Royal Jelly Berry Smoothie to Recharge: Blend 1 banana, 1/4 tsp. of Fresh Royal Jelly, 2-3 large handfuls of fresh spinach, 1 cup of frozen berries, 1 cup of almond or coconut milk, and till smooth. If you’d like, add ice, then enjoy!
RJ has an evident role in modifying the mechanisms of aging, which can increase healthspan and lifespan, according to mounting data from studies of honey bees, fruit flies, crickets, silkworms, mice, and humans. In order to carry out reliable clinical trials that can evaluate the effectiveness of RJ on the rate of biological aging as well as the risk of age-related disorders, predictive biomarkers that account for individual variation in genotype must be found.