The Supreme Royal Anti Aging Superfood

Royal Jelly is a supreme anti aging beauty boosting super food.  I am so happy to report that science backs up the long list of benefits that honestly  sound too good to be true

If you go to Pubmed.gov you will see a staggering amount of research has been done on Royal Jelly.

There are two HUGE reasons that I personally consume Royal Jelly every day.

Royal Jelly helps the body produce more collagen, resulting in glowing youthful skin.

You can find the highest quality Organic Royal Jelly powder at The Ageless Beauty Report

Collagen is every thing when it comes to aging. I don’t mind a few wrinkles, but sagging skin is something that I am trying to avoid like the plague. The fact that Royal Jelly has been proven to help the body produce more collagen is very exciting. I sure wish someone would have told me this decades ago.

Royal Jelly contains DHEA, an anti-aging hormone known to help modulate and restore exhausted adrenal function.

This is a huge issue for woman of all ages. I never knew much about it until it happened to me. Every day at 3pm I was so exhausted I could not function, I literally had to go lay down on the couch.

When you experience repeated stress from work overload, deadlines, relationships, emotions, lack of sleep, poor nutrition, and even dehydration, your adrenal glands release adrenaline to keep the body going. If this happens on a daily basis, you wear out your adrenal glands and they become fatigued resulting in major fatigue and even serious health issues.

Trust me, you want to do everything you can to take great care of yourself and avoid adrenal fatigue. For me that includes getting plenty of sleep, drinking 8 glasses of water per day, eating right, exercise and adding Royal Jelly into my daily regimen.

 

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What exactly is Royal Jelly?  It is a substance secreted from the glands of worker bees and fed to the Queen Bee, hence the name Royal Jelly. It is thick in texture, and milky white in color. It is full of antioxidants, enzymes and proteins that are important for cell growth and reproduction. This is precisely why the Queen Bee lives 40 times longer than the drone or worker bees.

How do you find the best Royal Jelly?  Royal Jelly is supposed to be a milky white color. Most royal jelly on the market is a deep yellow color, this is a sign that it has already gone rancid. The other issue is that a lot of commercial bee farms feed their bees sugar to speed up the honey making process, but of course this does not produce the most nutritious royal jelly.

You can find the highest quality 100% Pure Organic Royal Jelly Powder at The Ageless Beauty Report. This Royal Jelly has been dried at extremely low temperatures to maintain integrity and potency. It is three times more concentrated than fresh royal jelly and comes packaged in an amber bottle to avoid photo-oxidation. It is shelf stable and easy to travel with.

 

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How do you consume Royal Jelly Powder?  You start out with a very small amount, 1/8 teaspoon and over a week or two work up to ½ – 1 teaspoon per day. You can mix with a small amount of honey or yogurt or you can even put it in our smoothie. I don’t want to miss out on one precious drop, so I get my teaspoon of Royal Jelly Powder and put a dollop of Raw Sheep Yogurt on top, put the spoon in my mouth and swallow.

More reasons to Consume Royal Jelly include:

Powerful Antioxidants   Inflammation is the #1 cause of aging and the best way to fight back is to consume lots of antioxidant rich foods. According to the Journal of Agricultural Food Chemistry, royal jelly contains extremely high amounts of antioxidants.

Weight Loss  Royal jelly contains lecithin which can lower cholesterol levels, improve liver function and promote healthy digestion. Royal jelly has also been shown to improve metabolism. All of this makes royal jelly a natural weight loss booster.

Cellular Regeneration  Royal Jelly contains all of the 8 necessary amino acids that humans cannot produce on their own. These amino acids increase cellular regeneration, which slows down the aging process. It also boosts muscle development and increases bone strength.

Immune Boosting and Relieve Allergy Symptoms  According to a 2001 study published in the journal of International Immunopharmacology, royal jelly can help boost the immune system. A strong immune system is crucial for optimal health, which is the only way to slow down the aging process. Reports show that Royal Jelly may also relieve seasonal allergy symptoms.

Menopause and Postmenopausal Relief Research shows that royal jelly can help reduce menopausal symptoms and improve feelings of well being. I was talking to royal jelly expert Sean Gardner and he says that you can eleviate menopause symptoms so quickly that you have to make sure you don’t over do it. In other words you could go from hot flashes to cold flashes. All you need to do is listen to your body, and once your symptoms are gone, you can cut back on the amount of royal jelly you take.

Cholesterol Levels Research shows that consistently adding royal jelly to your diet can cause a notable drop in “bad” cholesterol levels, which can help prevent atherosclerosis that can lead to heart attacks and strokes.

Blood Pressure  Royal jelly contains the protein hydrolysate that combines with the potassium found in royal jelly which acts as a vasodilator to reduce stress on the blood vessels and the heart. This can help lower high blood pressure.

Contains Beneficial Probiotics  Royal Jelly appears to be a valuable source of the probiotic bifidobacteria. This specific strain has been shown to be crucial for maintaining a normal weight. Other studies associate bifidobacteria with an enhanced immune system.

Accelerates Wound Healing  Research has demonstrated that royal jelly enhances the migration of fibroblasts, a cell in connective tissue that produces collagen and other fibers. This can cut the healing time in half.

Enhances Brain Function  A study out of Gifu Pharmaceutical University in Japan shows that royal jelly not only protects the brain, it also stimulates cognitive function and repair to the brain. This explains why many people report a state of mild euphoria or feeling of focus and clarity.

Liver Protection  Scientist at the University of Erciyes in Turkey fed royal jelly to mice that had been given a liver toxin. They found that after being on royal jelly for just 7 days, the mice measured a remarkable protective effect on the liver. Everything you eat goes through your liver. If the liver is toxic, not only do you start to experience dull looking skin, your entire body can become toxic, which can lead to serious health issues.

Heavy Metal Protection  Royal jelly has been shown to significantly suppress the damaging effects of the heavy metal cadmium. Cadmium is found in cigarette smoke, our soil and tap water. Cadmium induces oxidative damage in various tissues by altering your antioxidant defense system. This can lead to cancer and premature aging. Royal jelly has even been shown to boost the protective enzyme levels of the liver and kidneys.

Cancer Fighting Properties  The 2009 edition of the BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine includes a published study that reports on royal jelly’s ability to fight cancer by suppressing the blood supply to tumors.

Infertility Treatment and Libido Booster  Royal jelly stimulates estrogen production. This is precisely why the Queen Bee is able to lay up to 2,000 eggs per day throughout her entire 4 to 6 year life span. Estrogen production also helps to stabilize menstrualcycles in women. This improves fertility. Royal jelly also improves sperm morphology in men. Improved estrogen production also increases libido in both men and women.

Now you can see why Royal Jelly is a must have anti aging staple.  Consuming Royal Jelly Powder on a daily basis can help you  feel better, look better and definitely have more energy.

You can find the purest Organic Royal Jelly Powder at The Ageless Beauty Report.

Caution: A number of people are allergic to bee venom and bee products. Before adding royal jelly to your diet, it is a good idea to speak with your doctor or allergist.

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