You might want to consider them if you haven’t.
Quails are beautiful birds. To catch a photo of these fine birds is quite the challenge though, as they are so fast on their squatty feet!
What’s the benefit of these birds and their eggs?
Quail eggs have become quite popular lately and for good reason. Don’t let the small size of the egg fool you, they’re packed with nutrients! Need some of that good cholesterol, the high-density lipoproteins (HDL), then choose a quail egg. They’re full of it.
How about calcium? Need more? Yes, most of us do, so there again, choose a quail egg. They have more protein than chicken eggs too, and a significant amount of vitamin A and B2. They have so much vitamin A that it’s better to not exceed 10 quail eggs per day, otherwise you might overdose on vitamin A.
I’ve read that quail eggs can boost your immunity and give relief to patients with asthma or tuberculosis.
We recently bought some quail eggs to try out their taste.
The Taste Test
I have to admit when I first cracked open that small egg I had a hard time not imagining that I had snatched a black-capped chickadee’s egg right out of her nest! It was difficult looking at that fragile, little egg sitting right in my iron skillet! I overcame, though, and reminded myself that it wasn’t any different than a chicken’s egg.
Yes, and it passed the taste test! Quail eggs don’t taste any different than a chicken’s egg.
More About Nutrition
Getting back to the nutrition of the quail’s egg, I’ll give you the one fact that struck me the most! Quail eggs actually remove heavy metals from your body and get rid of toxins from your blood! From what I’ve read, most people should not have an allergy problem with quail eggs either as they help allergy sufferers fight allergy symptoms!
Since the quail eggs are known to remove those heavy metals from your body and detox your blood, you will have better skin appearance. When your body is cleaner on the inside, rid of toxins, your skin will show this on the outside!
Pretty amazing stuff huh!
But there’s more! Ovomucoid protein is the main ingredient that you will find in many anti-allergy drugs, but you can get it straight from nature with quail eggs!
I’ve read that it’s recommended that people consume 3-5 quail eggs with breakfast every morning.
There’s actually more health benefits from eating quail eggs that I haven’t mentioned here. I hope you research and learn about quail eggs too!
Have you eaten quail eggs?
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All the best!
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