Best form and doses for taking royal jelly for diabetes?

by patty
(kentucky)

I am asking this for my boss. What is the best form/product and Doses for taking royal bee jelly for diabetes. I had heard about royal bee jelly years ago on television and info comm. I had always wanted to try it for health reasons but never could afford it at the time. My boss is having problems controlling his blood sugar and he does have diabetes and take insulin shots every day 5x a day.this is the best boss I ever had and i really want him to stay in good health. I know he will use the royal bee jelly if it works. Thank you for your help.

Hi Patty,
That is very thoughtful of you to inquire for your boss! Here is a very good protocol for diabetes:

1) Take royal jelly 1000 mg capsules x 3 per day

2) GlucoSmart - take 2 per day (this product is excellent for diabetics)

http://www.bee-pollen-buzz.com/lorna-vanderhaeghe-products.html#glucosmart

This combo will work very well BUT he must watch his sugars and insulin levels very carefully when starting it as it WILL reduce his need for insulin and he'll need to adjust accordingly. As always, I recommend working with a health care professional when dealing with diabetes.

Hope that helps,
Angela

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by: Sonia Charles

Thank you Angela. Thank you.
My mom send me so Royal Jelly, I was worry to take it. I know it's good for so much health problems. As a diabetic, you made me happy, Angela.
Thank you,
Sonia

Wonderful to hear Sonia! All the best,

Angela

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Can Royal Jelly help with Diabetes?

by J. Spurlock
(OK)

I heard a doctor on TV recently recommend RJ as a supplement for diabetics. I have learned a lot about it from your website and would like to know how much you would recommend to take per day. My husband was recently diagnosed. He has skin issues. I was very interested in learning how it can also lower cholesterol.

Angela's Response:

Great question. Studies show that royal jelly does have the ability to help control blood sugar. The exact mechanism by which is does this is not known. See the study I've reported on below. The study below used 20 grams of royal jelly which is a lot! To get the higher doses that it appears you'll need for diabetes, you'll need to use our Royal Jelly Concentrate 3X powder. Start with just a small dose (1/8 of a teaspoon) and work up to a teaspoon a day over a month. Work up to this dose very slowly and always monitor yourself for any type of allergy or 'weird' symptoms. I would suggest monitoring your blood sugar very carefully while beginning taking royal jelly and I'd also recommend letting your Doctor know that you are using supplements. It would be my guess that you'll need to lower your medication amounts over time as you introduce Royal Jelly into your system so be very cautious.

Here is the study:

Earlier studies have shown that royal jelly has insulin-like activity. A group of German doctors at the Justus-Liebig University Hospital in Germany had twenty volunteers undergo the standardized oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) and afterwards a second OGTT after ingestion of 20 g of royal jelly.

The doctors found that after 2 hours, the serum sugar levels of the 20 volunteers were much lower after taking the 20 g of Royal Jelly than when they didn't take it.

So, if you have any type of blood sugar issue, try supplementing with RJ. (if you are on insulin or Glucagon, make sure you monitor your levels carefully - RJ will reduce your sugars)

I am prone to blood sugar crashes. After reading this study, I've religously taken my Royal Jelly daily and my blood sugar crashed have disappeared.

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Royal jelly and type 1 diabetes

by Igor
(Slovenia)

Hello

I come from Slovenia and yesterday I bought royal jelly, which I hope will help me. I would like to advise me if this product is ok for diabetes-type 1 patient or not? Please advise me also, how to use it? Before I take insulin and before meal or after insulin and meal? Is enough 1 g per day or maybe more?

Angela's Comments:

First of all, I am not a doctor. I am a holistic nutritional consultant so I am not licensed nor qualified to give advice on medications such as insulin. I would highly recommend you work with a Naturopathic Physician while attempting to deal with your condition using natural means.

I can list you some of the studies around this topic and give you some feedback based on what I have seen with my clients and their blood sugar issues. Several studies suggest royal jelly has insulin like activity. But no one definitive study has been done in humans, particularly humans with Type I diabetes. I have feedback from diabetics who used royal jelly while taking insulin. They have been successful in lowering the amount of insulin they were using (and were also supervised by a ND) while doing so.

Studies show that royal jelly does have the ability to help control blood sugar. The exact mechanism by which it does this is not known. See the study I've reported on below. The study below used 20 grams of royal jelly which is a lot! To get the higher doses that it appears you'll need for diabetes, you'll need to use our Royal Jelly Concentrate 3X powder. Start with just a small dose (1/8 of a teaspoon) and work up to a teaspoon a day over a month. Work up to this dose very slowly and always monitor yourself for any type of allergy or 'weird' symptoms. I would suggest monitoring your blood sugar very carefully while beginning taking royal jelly and I'd also recommend letting your Doctor know that you are using supplements. It would be my guess that you'll need to lower your medication amounts over time as you introduce Royal Jelly into your system so be very cautious.

Here is the study:

Earlier studies have shown that royal jelly has insulin-like activity. A group of German doctors at the Justus-Liebig University Hospital in Germany had twenty volunteers undergo the standardized oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) and afterwards a second OGTT after ingestion of 20 g of royal jelly.

The doctors found that after 2 hours, the serum sugar levels of the 20 volunteers were much lower after taking the 20 g of Royal Jelly than when they didn't take it.

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Royal Jelly for Diabetes?

Hi! My name is Mindy first of all I would like to thank you for this website. It is wonderful and full of useful information!!! I am a diabetic and was wondering if I should start out with the raw bee pollen or the Royal Jelly? I have never taken any of these products before and am not sure which I should start out with. Also, if I were to purchase the Royal Jelly, I was thinking that I would buy 2 of the 50g bottles to last me a month...does that sound correct to you?

Thank you very much and I look forward to your response!

Angela's Response:

Glad you found my site Mindy. Great question. I would actually recommend you start with royal jelly. Bee pollen would likely help you as well, but it is always wiser to start with one supplement first and cautiously proceed. There have been studies on royal jelly and blood sugar control so there is definitely some evidence that rj can help you. I have listed a study below for you to consider. I would also recommend you let your doctor know what you are taking. Start with very low doses of royal jelly and monitor your blood sugar very, very carefully when you begin taking any supplement. It has been my experience that your sugars will come down so you'll likely need to work with your Dr. to adjust your med's.

Study:

Earlier studies have shown that royal jelly has insulin-like activity. However, there have so far been no clinical trials to support these findings. So, a group of German doctors at the Justus-Liebig University Hospital in Germany had twenty volunteers undergo the standardized oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) and afterwards a second OGTT after ingestion of 20 g of royal jelly.
The doctors found that after 2 hours, the serum sugar levels of the 20 volunteers were much lower after taking the 20 g of Royal Jelly than when they didn't take it.

So, if you have any type of blood sugar issue, try supplementing with RJ. (if you are on insulin or Glucagon, make sure you monitor your levels carefully - RJ will reduce your sugars)

I am prone to blood sugar crashes. After reading this study, I've religously taken my Royal Jelly daily and my blood sugar crashed have disappeared.

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