What nutrients are contained in a quail egg

Quail eggs not only increase the immunity and promote the treatment of diseases but also discourage development of some types of malignant tumors.

This product is rich in vitamin a, b vitamins, proteins, essential amino acids, such trace elements as potassium, phosphorus, iron, copper. Moreover, iron (per unit of mass product) in a quail egg is about 4 times more than in chicken eggs, and potassium and phosphorus is nearly 5 times. Vitamins, proteins and essential amino acids is also more – 2-3 times. It is not surprising that this product, which is truly a storehouse of nutrients, also in the form of easily digestible, highly recommended by doctors for use!
Especially recommended quail eggs to feed frail patients with lowered immunity.

Note that the eggs need properly stored. At room temperature the storage period is 30 days; at temperatures of 0-8ºc for 2 months.

In what diseases is especially useful quail eggs

According to the results of numerous observations noted the indisputable positive effect of the use of quail eggs for anemia, chronic bronchitis and pneumonia, bronchial asthma, hypertension, certain diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, and diseases of the nervous system and diabetes. There are also data that the consumption of quail eggs promotes the effective removal of radionuclides from the body, so this product should be included in the diet of people exposed, and living in a dysfunctional (in terms of radiation) areas, such as near the Chernobyl zone. In addition, the medical literature was information that regular consumption of quail eggs reduces the risk of the malignant tumors and also inhibits their development.
Some doctors and biologists are skeptical about such data, explaining them the "placebo effect", that is auto-suggestion. However, most experts do not doubt the usefulness of quail eggs.

Especially effective are the quail eggs in combination with diet products, enhancing metabolism and immunity. They are very well absorbed and do not cause (in contrast, the same eggs) allergic reactions. Therefore, quail eggs are especially useful for young children and the elderly. Also they need to enter into the diet of those people who have problems with the gastrointestinal tract. There are many recipes that are prepared on the basis of quail eggs.