Tuesday, 1 July 2014

They can help to fight allergy symptoms due to the ovomucoid protein present in the bird.

How much we need in our body?
 chicken eggs contain 11 percent in chicken eggs
 Quail eggs contain 13 percent proteins
 protein is what our body needs to build muscle and use as a long term energy source. Carbohydrates, when consumed and not used by the body end up becoming fat that we carry. Protein found in Quail eggs is of superior quality in that it is accompanied by a very high nutrient load
50 percent of vitamin B1 in chicken eggs
 Quail Eggs contain 140 percent of vitamin B1
 B1 is also called Thiamine. Thiamine is responsible in the biosynthesis of GABA. Deficiency in Thiamine can cause optic neuropathology, Korzkoff's syndrome, a condition called Beriberi (involving neurological system, cardio vascular systems and gastrointestinal systems), malaise, weight loss, irritability and confusion.  Thiamine is essential and can be obtained easily by consuming Quail Eggs
phosphorus and calcium
The Quail egg is richer in phosphorus and calcium

 Quail eggs have been used for thousands of years
for a healing food. Chinese medicine uses include quail eggs to help with rhinitis, asthma, hay fever and skin conditions.  Quail egg is often found in facial and hair products.

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