Saturday, 25 January 2014

Quail Bird Eggs and Their Nutritional Value NUTRITIONAL VALUES

Quail are birds in the pheasant family and the term "quail" usually refers to the Common Quail or the Japanese Quail unless otherwise specified. Quail eggs are a delicacy in the United States, but are a common food item in France and other countries influenced by French cooking. The nutritional content of quail eggs is similar to that of chicken eggs.

Serving Information

The United States Department of Agriculture provides nutritional information for quail eggs. The serving size for this information is one raw quail egg weighing 9 g, or about .3 oz.

Calories

A quail egg has a total of 14 calories. This provides .3 percent of the daily value for calories, assuming a standard diet of 2,000 calories per day. Fat contributes nine calories and protein provides the remaining five calories.
The eggs contained an average of:

Fat

A quail egg has 1 g of fat, which provides 1.5 percent of the daily value for fat calories. Saturated fat makes up .3 g of this total, which is 1.5 percent of the daily value for calories from saturated fat. A quail egg also contains 76 mg of cholesterol, or about 25 percent of the daily value for cholesterol.

Carbohydrates and Protein

A quail egg contains .04 g simple sugar, which is an insignificant amount. It has no complex carbohydrates or dietary fiber. A quail egg also contains 1.17g of protein, which is 2.3 percent of the daily value for protein.

Vitamins and Minerals

A quail egg contains 5.8 percent of the daily value for vitamin B12, 5.5 percent of the daily value for riboflavin and 5.3 percent of the daily value for selenium. It also has 3.2 percent of the daily value for pantothenic acid and 2.9 percent of the daily value for phosphorus. Additional nutrients in a quail egg include 1.6 percent of the daily value for vitamin A and 1.5 percent of the daily value for folate

EGGS AS MEDICINE AND FOOD
 During the 17th century, the Chinese pharmacologist Li Shi Chen discovered, in addition to the nutritional value of the eggs and meat of the Japanese quail, their medicinal value as well. Other Japanese and Russian scientists and doctors tasted and confirmed this discovery. Because of their extraordinary nutritional and medicinal properties, they are being used with more and more success in Europe and America as well as in the Far East. What the eggs contain Biostimulator, a bilogically active component indespensable to the human organism. These eggs are much higher in vitamins and minerals than hen's eggs. They are especially rich in the essential amino acids (methionine, lysine, phenolalanine, and others). Nutritional value The eggs contain an average of: (per 100 g whole liquid egg) Protein 13.1 g Fat 11.2 g Minerals 1.1 g Energy (kcal) 158 Calcium 59 mg Phosphorus 220 mg Iron 3.8 mg Vitamin A 300 IU Vitamin B1 0.12 mg Vitamin B2 0.85 mg Niacin 0.10 mg Energy (kcal) 158 Vitamin B6, Biotin, Folic and Pan. Acid, Enzymes (peptidase, catalse, glicosidase. These eggs are a very wholesome diet food, especially for children and convalescents. Medicinal value. The following numbers of eggs is needed for one course of therapy: Rejuvenation 240 Improving the memory 240 Nervous disorders 240 Anemia 240 Migraine 240 Heart Attack 240 High Serum cholesterol 240 Diabetes 240 High blood pressure 240 Arteriosclerosis 240 Bronchial asthma 240 Stomach ulcer 120 Tuberculosis 240 Irregular digestion 240 Refreshing the complexion 240 Instruction for use: Take the eggs raw, on an empty stomach, in the morning, half an our before breakfast, in the following manner: 1st -3rd day 3 eggs daily ; 4th day on 5-6 eggs daily until completed teraphy. For children: aged: 6-10y 4 eggs daily; 6-3y 3 eggs daily 2y & under 2 eggs daily. Wait for two months before repeating therapy. Two courses of therapy are recommended the first year. These eggs can be also boiled fried, or otherwise prepared like hen's eggs. 
 This information is from   British medical researchers for Health Quail eggs are considered to be one of the best known natural treatment products. Chinese medical practitioners have been using quail eggs as a treatment for hundreds of years with brilliant results. As quail eggs are slowly becoming an easy to get product on the market more and more people are beginning to show interest in their use as an active natural medicine instead of the chemical products with so many side effects.   You can login in Google website and check more about (Quail Egg & Health)


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