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Royal Jelly & Diabetes

Royal Jelly and its many therapeutic and supplementary effects may help with many different diseases. Diabetes is when your pancreas is not producing enough, if any, insulin to help sugar (glucose) in your blood stream transport into your cells where it is used to make energy, resulting in high blood sugar levels.

Diabetes relates to atherosclerosis in which the high blood sugar increases inflammation in your arteries and speeds up the process. This also means that diabetics are 2 – 4 times more likely to have a heart attack than somebody without diabetes.

So how does Royal Jelly help in this area? Research went into diabetes by a group of Iranian scientists in 2014 over 8 weeks, and found Royal Jelly may help with, in particular, type 2 diabetes and lowering blood sugar levels. This group of scientists undertook tests on 50 women with type 2 diabetes supplementing half with Royal Jelly and the other half as a placebo (control group).

After these scientists gave the (randomly) chosen women Royal Jelly, their mean fasting blood sugar levels (time it takes for the body to react to changed blood sugar) decreased significantly. There was also an increase in insulin concentration levels over that time.

This tells us that 100% pure Royal Jelly may be a useful supplement for diabetes sufferers.

There are other inferior products on the open market that claim to have ‘fresh’ & ‘pure’ Royal Jelly but are fake or heavily ‘watered’ down. We at Kiwi Royal can assure you that ours is straight from the hive to the jar and is fresh, 100% pure, New Zealand, Royal Jelly. This may be a good chance to improve your health and reduce your diabetic problems significantly. So get yours today!

Disclaimer: Vitamins and minerals are supplementary to and not a replacement for a balanced diet. If symptoms persist, see your healthcare professional.

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