According to the concept of the larger egg is, the nutritional value will be more. However, it is not the fact. All three types of eggs (quail, chicken, duck) are good for the health. They supply energy, protein, vitamin A, vitamin D, vitamin B group and minerals such as iron, zinc, folat … needed for development of the body.
According to the Lehua Women’s Magazine, chicken eggs are rich in methionine, each gram of egg contains about 11.6 grams of fat, mainly concentrated in yolk and 12.7 grams of protein. In this food there are many other substances such as potassium, sodium, magnesium, phosphorus, especially iron content can reach 7mg / 100g. Chicken egg also contains a lot of vitamins such as A, B2, B6, D, E …
However, it does not contain much calcium. So you can combine it with milk to complement each other.
Protein content in duck eggs is equivalent to chicken eggs. But the total amount of minerals in this kind is much greater, especially iron and calcium, which are responsible for the development of bone, anemia prevention. Vitamin B2 in duck eggs is also very rich. So, this is the ideal food for people who are deficient in B vitamins.
Despite its small form, quail eggs are full of nutrients, especially iron and vitamin A 3 times more chicken eggs, while cholesterol amount is only one third. So, this dish is very suitable for patients, the elderly, children and pregnant women.
According to the concept of Japanese quail eggs are as precious as ginseng, which assist in the treatment of lung disease, asthma, heart and nervous breakdown.
Kim Ngan Do
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