YesNutri Premium Royal Jelly + EPO


Benefits of Royal Jelly + EPO:

  • Increase vitality and energy[12]
  • Alleviate fatigue and relief stress[12]
  • Strong anti-oxidant[6,7,13]
  • Anti-aging[6,7]
  • Improve nutrient absorption[5]
  • Maintain liver and kidney health[13,14]
  • Increase joints mobility[4,5,9]
  • Improve dry, scaly or itchy skin[2,11]
  • Skin whitening effect[15]
  • Speed up wound healing[16]
  • Strengthen nail and hair[12]
  • Relieve menopausal symptoms[11]
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Product Name:

YesNutri Premium Royal Jelly + EPO

Pack Size:

60 Tablets

Place of Origin:

Vitamins For Life: 248 Wagner Street, Middlesex, NJ 08846, U.S.A.

Recommended Daily Dose/ Direction:

Adults take 1 - 2 softgel capsules daily after meal or as directed by physicians. Precautions: If you are pregnant, nursing or taking any medications, consult your doctor before use. Discontinue use and consult your doctor if any adverse reactions occur.

Nutrition Information:

Royal Jelly and EPO are beneficial for skin health, joints mobility, body performance and especially help women’s mid-age disorders.

The Mystery of Queen Bee – Royal Jelly
Queen honey bees and worker bees are genetically indistinguishable. However, as they grow and develop, the queen bee grows much larger than worker bees, being highly reproductive and lives at least 20 times longer.[1] Researchers believe reasons lay in the queen bee’s diet. She is fed particularly on Royal Jelly – a potent mixture of pollen and special secretions from the glands of nurse bees. Royal jelly is the exclusive food to nourish queen bee larvae and adult while worker bees feed on pollen and nectar only. Royal jelly has long been consumed as a natural food around the world.

Nutritional profile of Royal Jelly

Royal Jelly consists of carbohydrates, free amino acids, multivitamins and minerals, antibacterial proteins and significant amounts of bioactive substances such as unsaturated fatty acids, e.g. 10-hydroxy-2-decenoic acid (10HDA) and sebacic acid.[2,3] It also contains acetylcholine which is an essential chemical for neurotransduction.[3]

In postmenopausal women, estrogen deficiency leads to decreased skin thickness and collagen content, together with increased dryness and wrinkling. The major fatty acid component of Royal Jelly, 10HDA, could promote collagen synthesis, protect skin cells against UVB and help maintain normal cell growth.[2] 10HDA could also relieve symptoms of joint discomfort and joint destruction by slowing down the progress of cartilage degradation and bone loss while enhancing intestinal calcium absorption.[4,5] It has also been shown that flavonoids and vitamins in Royal Jelly have anti-oxidizing and free-radical scavenging ability which help alleviate lipid peroxidation, one of the prominent causes of aging and degenerative issues.[6,7]

Evening Primrose Oil (EPO)

EPO is a dietary source of essential fatty acids, which are fatty acids that cannot be synthesized by the body and must be obtained from diet. It contains high concentration of omega-6 fatty acid GLA (Gamma Linolenic Acid), which helps produce energy and form part of structural fats that comprise the brain, muscle, bone marrow and cell membrane.[8] GLA is converted into prostaglandins in the body. Prostaglandins have immunoregulatory properties, and are good for joint mobility and cartilage health.[9]

Most GLA in the human body is taken in as linoleic acid and then metabolized to GLA. Some researchers have suggested that some people (such as those with diabetes or skin allergies) do not make enough GLA from linoleic acid and may therefore benefit from taking GLA supplements.[10] EPO has been used since the 1930s for skin allergy (a condition in which the skin becomes inflamed, itchy, or scaly because of allergies or other irritation). It is also used for conditions affecting women’s health, such as discomfort associated with the menstrual cycle, menopausal symptoms, and premenstrual syndrome.[11]

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