Japanese Quail originates from East Asia, but lately grown worldwide. Japanese Quail eggs were an integral part of the table of Egyptian pharaohs and their curative in China and Japan has long been known. More recently, the healing properties of these eggs were investigated by numerous scientists around the world. The results showed that they are a remarkable natural remedy to treat a number of diseases.
What is so effective in this little egg?
Compared with the egg from a chicken, the egg from Japanese Quail has five times more phosphorus, seven times more iron and ten times more various vitamins. It is a small energy bomb, and yet one egg contains 15 calories.
Contents of an egg:
– water 74.6%
– 13.1% protein
– 11.2% fat
– 1.1% other enzymes and minerals
– iron 3,2 mg
– 2.2 mg phosphorus
– calcium 0,5 mg
– 300 IU vitamin A
– 0,1 mg vitamin B1
– Vitamin B2 0,8 mg
Who is most in need of Japanese Quail eggs?
Japanese Quail Eggs have a positive effect on blood and blood flow, heart, liver, kidney, stomach and brain. They are intended for those who have problems with these bodies, even in the case of the most severe diseases, and can be useful as a prevention for all. The following groups are of the most need:
– children in developing
– for people who are on a diet
– athletes and physical workers
Treatment of Japanese Quail Eggs
Treatment with these eggs do not require special preparation. Children, depending on age are given a smaller number of eggs.
Children up to 3 years – 2 eggs a day
Children from 3 to 5 years – 3 eggs a day
Children from 5 to 10 years – 4 eggs per day
Eggs are consumed raw, in the morning on an empty stomach, half an hour before meals. For easier consumption, it is allowed to be whipped with a mixer, add a little yogurt or juice of lemon, orange, cherry or apple to sweeten with sugar, honey or chocolate powder. Treatment is allowed to be conducted and if the recommendation of a doctor is to take any medication. An exception is the case when you do not need to consume protein.