Quail Eggs / Lora Photography

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Quail Eggs – interesting facts

So a small egg that delivers 5 times it’s larger, more commonly consumed counterpart (the Chicken Egg), in Iron and Potassium is absolutely powerful as a food and why we choose to call the Quail Egg a Super Food with regard to nutrition.

Another important quail egg fact is that quail eggs have not been shown to cause allergies. They can actually help to fight allergy symptoms due to the ovomucoid protein they contain.

Quail Eggs contain 140 percent of vitamin B1 compared to only 50 percent in chicken eggs.

Quail eggs contain twice as much vitamin A and B2 than a Chicken Egg.

Quail eggs have a high HDL cholesterol content (“good fat”)

Chinese medicine uses include quail eggs to help with rhinitis, asthma, hay fever and skin conditions.