Quail eggs are not a delicacy many people talk or even know about, but studies have proved that Quail eggs have a high nutritional value. They are richer in vitamins and minerals compared to chicken eggs.
Quail eggs contain 13 per cent protein compared to 11 per cent found in chicken eggs.They also contain 140 per cent of Vitamin B1, compared to 50 per cent found in chicken eggs.Listed below are some of the benefits of quail eggs:
Quail eggs are known to promote good memory by enhancing brain activity and regulating the nervous system.
Quail eggs have carcinogenic elements that prohibit the growth of various types of cancer. Fights allergy: Quail eggs are known to help fight allergy symptoms because of the ovomucoid protein that is contained in them.
Beauty and hair care:
Because of their ability to improve skin color and strengthen hair by making it shiny, quail eggs are often used in facial and hair care masks and other beauty products.
Stomach ulcer management:
For people with stomach ulcers, quail eggs can be crucial as it acts as a natural combatant against digestive tract disorders.
Quail eggs also help in fighting anemia, by increasing the level of hemoglobin in the body while removing toxins and heavy metals that could be in the body. This benefit is why it is also recommended for pregnant women since they are at high risk of becoming anemic.
Treatment of other diseases:People who suffer from diseases such as tuberculosis, bronchial asthma, diabetes and vegetative-vascular dystonia are encouraged to include quail eggs in their day-to-day diet. Immunity Booster: Quail eggs are best for boosting immunity and increase metabolism. It protects heart by strengthening muscles. Due its immunity properties, quail eggs are highly recommended for the treatment of AIDS patients.
According Wilson Kirabira of the Uganda Dietetic Association (UDA), if children eat at least two quail eggs everyday, they become healthier and strong, and are less likely to suffer from common infectious diseases.