Benefits of Quail Eggs Although it is small compared to chicken eggs, quail eggs with rich nutritional value are the preferred egg species in our country, especially in baby nutrition. Quail eggs, which are the only nutrients in the milk of the milk in the milk, are preferred as a natural treatment method in many countries of the world. In particular, eggs used on the cell tissues due to their anti-rotting effect are usually consumed raw.
What are the vitamins and minerals contained in the quail eggs?
Chicken eggs, turkey eggs, goose eggs and duck eggs, such as eggs and eggs contain many more vitamins and minerals containing quail eggs, plenty of vitamins A, E, B12, riboflavin, folate, and pantothenic acid. Calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, zinc and selenium are the types of minerals found in quail eggs.
What are the benefits of quail eggs?
- Cough, asthma, bronchitis, shortness of breath, stomach and chest diseases used in the treatment of a natural antibiotic.
- It is good for anemia and anemia.
- Strengthens the heart muscles and thus reduces the risk of developing heart diseases.
- The quail eggs, which increase the physical and mental development of children and open their appetites, strengthen the children’s immune system with the amino acid it contains.
- It is believed that it has a sexual strength increasing the effect.
- Quail eggs that provide power and acumen to the human body help to heal the surgical wounds quickly.
What are the damages of the quail eggs?
Since the quail eggs used for the development of infants may cause extra strain on the baby’s kidneys, they should not be given without consulting the doctor. Children who consume quail eggs intensively may have early adolescence. It may also have a negative effect on people with previous heart problems or those with high cholesterol. Therefore, it is useful to consult with experts when using quail eggs.
What are the ways that quail eggs are cooked?
Quail eggs, usually consumed as raw, can be consumed by scalding or breaking in a pan. However, it is recommended that quail eggs should be consumed raw, since infectious diseases may be observed after this type of consumption. As it is very small, it is possible to break the quail eggs, which are not easy like other eggs, by cutting them with a knife in the middle and forcing them with hand. It is possible to use quail eggs in all the dishes such as juicy tomato meals (Turkish: Menemen), omelet, poached eggs made using chicken eggs.