Want your child to have better memory, a strong nervous system, sharp vision and less visit to the hospital, then give him or her two quail eggs a day. The Chinese know these benefits, and that is why they make it mandatory that the children are well fed with quail eggs. Moreso, Chinese medical practitioners have used quail eggs for thousands of years to successfully combat allergies such as rhinitis, asthma, hay fever and skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis.
Judging it by its size and colour, quail eggs are not very attractive to consume, but those who do, are the better for it. These little eggs are jam-packed with vitamins and minerals. Quail eggs provide significant all round health benefits by supplementing one’s calcium. They are also full of HDL cholesterol (the good cholesterol) instead of LDL (the bad kind).
Made up of approximately 13 per cent protein, about 2 per cent more than chicken eggs, quail eggs also contain significant amounts of Vitamin A and B2. Other benefits derived from the eggs, include providing the body with easily assimilated calcium, boosting one’s immunity and calcium, as well as increasing the heamoglobin levels.
Patients that suffer from asthma and tuberculosis have also found relief from quail eggs. In addition, they help to stimulate sexual prowess by feeding the prostate gland with the substances it needs like proteins, phosphorus, and vitamins. Research scientists have shown that quail meat and eggs can help avoid adverse effects of stress and overwork.
Futhermore, quail eggs are good at removing heavy metals from the body, and taking toxins out of the blood. They also rid the body of liver stones, bladder stones and kidney stones.
In addition to being basically hypoallergenic, these eggs also do not cause diatheses. In fact, most people use them to fight allergy symptoms.
Experts believe that quail eggs can help to speed up recuperation after one have suffered a blood stroke and they can also help to keep the heart muscles strong.
123Some patients experienced the healing of ulcers and gastritis after taking quail eggs and some experts believe that the eggs can help to prevent cancer growth and treat diabetes.
The interesting thing about these eggs is that it can be eating raw. There is no risk of salmonella because the quail’s body temperature is much higher than that of a chicken. In addition, they cannot become contaminated and infected because they contain a substance called lysozyme, which kills bacteria.