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The Benefits of Quail Eggs

Nadia Galinova
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Nadia Galinova
Quail eggs

Many people are not aware of the benefits of quail eggs. 3-4 quail eggs correspond to approximately 1 chicken egg, but the minerals, vitamins and nutrients contained in quail eggs make them more healthy than chicken eggs.

Quail eggs contain large amounts of vitamins A and B2, which are almost sufficient doses of those that the body needs daily. The small eggs are also high in protein and amino acids.

Quail eggs have a positive effect on diseases such as asthma and tuberculosis. Quail eggs increase sexual desire by stimulating the prostate gland. They cleanse the body of toxins and remove heavy metals. The eggs of these small birds help to get rid of kidney stones, strengthen the immune system and protect the body from diseases.

Quail eggs strengthen the heart muscle, which reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease. They can cure ulcers and gastritis, help fight normal weight and prevent obesity, help healthy growth and development of young children.

Quail eggs are a rich source of vitamin D. Lack of this vitamin leads to osteoporosis. In addition, vitamin D has anti-cancer effects. Consumption of quail eggs helps regulate blood pressure, they fight migraines, anemia, soothe digestion, prevent eczema, stress, improve brain function by stimulating intelligence, provide care and beauty of skin and hair, prevent diabetes, neurological disorders.

Quail eggs should never be eaten raw. For example, beat a quail egg in a glass of water, add milk and add 1 tsp. of honey.

This mixture helps with cough and allergic reactions especially well, strengthens the body and strengthens the immune system. It is enough to take one glass of this mixture a day for 15 days. This way you can easily get rid of coughs and allergies.

Appetizers with quail eggs

Quail eggs are suitable for consumption by the elderly, but in no case should be taken by babies and young children, because they are heavy for their fragile bodies - they harm the kidneys. If children consume more from eggs, this can lead to early adolescence.

If you suffer from heart disease or have had a stroke, before eating a quail egg, you should consult your doctor. The same goes for those suffering from high cholesterol.

For all other occasions, you can regularly include quail egg salads in your menu or prepare eye-catching quail egg appetizers. Very often the healthy eggs are used for decoration and stuffing of minced meat with quail eggs.

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