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Japanese Quail Eggs – Small Energy Bomb

Written By Admin on Wednesday, April 6, 2016 | 3:06:00 PM

Japanese quail originated from East Asia, but lately, it is grown worldwide. Japanese quail eggs were an integral part of the Egyptian pharaohs table, and their healing properties in China and Japan has been known for a very long time. More recently, the healing properties of these eggs were investigated by numerous scientists from around the world. The results showed that it is an excellent natural remedy for the treatment of numerous diseases.

What is so effective in this small egg?
Compared with the chicken egg, the egg of Japanese quail has five times more phosphorus, seven times more iron and ten times as many different vitamins. It is little energy bomb, yet one egg contains 15 calories.
Content of One Quail Egg
74.6% water
13.1% protein
11.2% fat
1.1% minerals and other enzymes
3.2 mg iron
2.2 mg phosphorus
0.5 mg calcium
300 IU vitamin A
0.1 mg vitamin B1
0.8 mg vitamin B2
Who has the biggest needed of Japanese Quail Eggs?
Japanese quail eggs positively affect blood flow and blood, heart, liver, kidneys, stomach and brain. This egg is “designed” for those who have problems with the organs in general. Quail egg can even be beneficial against the worst diseases and their prevention. The following groups of people are in the biggest need of this egg:
  • children in development
  • adults people
  • people who are on a diet
  • athletes and physical workers
Treatment of Japanese Quail Eggs
Treatment with these eggs does not require special preparation. Children, depending on age are given fewer eggs.
Children under 3 years -- 2 eggs a day
Children 3 to 5 years -- 3 eggs daily
Children 5 to 10 years -- 4 eggs a day
Eggs are consumed raw in the morning on an empty stomach, half an hour before eating. For easier consumption is allowed for the eggs to be whipped with a mixer. You can also add a little yogurt or lemon, orange, cherry or apple juice or in order to sweeten these eggs you can add sugar, honey or chocolate powder. Treatment is allowed to be carried out if recommended by a doctor or if you are taking certain medications. An exception is the case is when you need to consume protein.
Something plus…
Eggs should be stored in a refrigerator at a temperature of 1 to 4 degrees Celsius. These eggs have a shelf life of 60 days. On averaged, each Quail lays one egg per day, while its weight is almost 10% of its weight. Only this data is sufficient justification for claiming centuries of Japanese quail egg powder is an elixir of life.