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Friday, January 12, 2018

BEE POLLEN GREAT IF YOU WANT TO CONCEIVE

Bee Pollen, Royal Jelly From Our AffiliatesI've been hearing about bee pollen for years.  Even when I was in college, long before I was trying to conceive, I had heard about how many athletes take bee pollen because of its nutritional benefits.  If you are trying to conceive, these products can enhance fertility in both men and women. For women, they may help regulate cycles, improve egg quality and even help with PMS. In men, they can improve sperm quality and output and reduce infammation of the prostate. For women and couples experiencing miscarriage, bee propolis (the substance used by bees to seal up small openings in their hives made from sap and other substances) can help with antibodies that attack a developing fetus (similar to an allergic response). Bee propolis can help with sperm antibodies in women (which can attack sperm. Men can also have auto-immune reactions to their own sperm. Many supplements contain all of these bee products. Read more about the health benefits of bee pollen and royal jelly (getpregnantover40.com):


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