The high amino acid content of royal jelly is thought to account for much of the products health benefits. But what exactly are Amino Acids and why are they important to our health?
Amino acids aid in metabolic function and are critical to sustaining life. They are chemical components which link together forming blocks of proteins and are extremely important components of nutrition.
The food industry uses amino acids when formulating nutrition enhancers and many chemical food additives and products are built on amino acid compounds.
But the body needs natural amino acids that reside in natural food products to remain healthy, and the royal jelly health benefits are derived from naturally occurring amino acids found in this precious substance from the beehive.
Amino Acids in Royal Jelly
Royal jelly naturally contains a healthy array of B-complex vitamins such as pantothenic acid (vitamin B5) and vitamin B6 (pyridoxine). It also includes small amounts of many different amino acids, many trace minerals, enzymes, antibacterial and antibiotic components, and trace amounts of vitamin C.
Royal jelly naturally contains a healthy array of
- B-complex vitamins
- pantothenic acid (vitamin B5)
- vitamin B6 (pyridoxine)
- many different amino acids
- many trace minerals
- antibacterial components
- and antibiotic components
- vitamin C.
But what specifically is Royal Jelly and what are its health benefits?
Royal Jelly is food produced by worker bees (a glandular secretion) in the beehive and is responsible for the development of an ordinary bee egg into a Queen bee. For more information we recommend that you download our popular eBook by clicking the image above.
There are various terms which have been coined to summarize the health benefits of Royal Jelly, amongst them are – “Nature’s Miraculous Rejuvenator”, and “Natures Fountain of Youth”.
Scientific studies within the medical community suggest that the substance may be an effective treatment for arthritis and arthritis pain. It is used in parts of the world as a reproductive and fertility aid and is often thought to have benefits in lowering bad cholesterol and raising good cholesterol levels.