Honey and the other bee hive products are bursting benefits to aid in the well-being of our bodies.
Honey - Is rich in antioxidants, even macronutrients, such as Calcium, Magneiusm and Potassium. Including trace minerals such as Iron and Zinc. Honey is incredibly sweet and makes an excellent substitute for sugar.
Bee Pollen Granules - While it is obvious that the chemical compounds of Bee Pollen can vary depending on the plant from which it was gathered, you can be sure that pollen contains essentials nutrients such as proteins, amino acids, fatty acids, lipids, phenolics, enzymes, coenzymes, flavonoids, vitamins and minerals.
Royal Jelly - In it can be found amino acids, enzymes, vitamins, phenolics, minerals, fatty acids, bio-active compounds and proteins. The most and main abundant protein is known as Royalactin.
Propolis- Propolis contains important vitamins, useful minerals, enzymes, fatty acids and organic compounds. Typically used to seal and repair any damage to the hive on the inside.
Queen Bee Essentials - Together all the added benefits of Pollen, Royal Jelly, and Propolis. Full of proteins, amino acids, fatty acids, lipids, phenolics, enzymes, coenzymes, flavonoids, vitamins and minerals.
UA students study honey bees to find out how bacteria in their guts and the foods they eat are connected to life expectancy. They hope the insects can serve as model systems to discover clues about how genetics, gut bacteria and diet influence aging in humans. "...The study suggests that royal jelly, which enhances the growth of queen-specific gut microbes, sets the queen on a trajectory toward a much longer life..."
Read the article here from the University of Arizona News