Royal Jelly To Protect Against Colon Cancer

Proven scientific study in the University of Jordan’s ability royal jelly with bacteria body beneficial in stopping the effectiveness of the enzymes produced to carcinogens within the gastrointestinal tract. Disease less review

Revealed the study conducted by a professor of biotechnology at the university, successful use of royal jelly with bacteria supportive in the gastrointestinal tract (bacteria beneficial) to stop the activity of enzymes produced to carcinogens within the gastrointestinal tract, if any, by 80 percent for what promises to achieve tangible progress for the prevention of gastrointestinal cancers, specifically colon.

Study was conducted with support from the deanship of scientific research at the university titled “The Impact of the use of the royal food and its source honey bee enzymes for the production of carcinogens from food within the digestive system.

“Said he held for several years, experiments on mice, especially in this study and found that enzymes own working on converting vehicles pre-carcinogens to carcinogens has decreased very high in record time and short, pointing that the use of royal jelly is a nutrient important for the cells of the digestive tract.

The use of the mixture is the way successful prevention of this disease, which comes in the top tier of the species circulating tumor worldwide after lung cancer, pointing out that the study was conducted in the laboratories of the Faculty of Agriculture University / Department of Nutrition and food processing will be published in international periodicals court soon. referred to the beneficial bacteria appear in the digestive tract after the birth of the child directly and have important functions, most notably prevent the growth of germs that cause serious diseases and to provide the immune system of the child to make it a condition vigilant all the time. for further detail Diseaseless System Book Review

 

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