Quail eggs, more nutritious than chicken eggs, great for sexual stamina folks with a quail egg omlette recipe !


The Nutritional Benefits of Quail Eggs


Good things come in small packages they say!

Quail eggs have almost three times as much Vitamin B1 as chicken eggs, over double the amounts of Vitamin A and B2. They are calcium rich, have 5 times more potassium and iron than from chicken eggs. With the rates of high cholesterol in today’s society fertile quail eggs have plenty of good cholesterol.

With loads of  positive health effects which include;

Allergy Free Ovomucoid protein is the main ingredient that you will find in many anti-allergy drugs these eggs are almost totally hypo allergenic.

Brain Health assist memory retention and brain power.

Heart Health help to strengthen the heart muscles.

Digestive Tract disorders  the healing of ulcers and gastritis have been found after consuming quail eggs.

Anemia quail eggs increase the levels of hemoglobin in the body from their high calcium content helping stave off this illness.

Sexual Stamina These little gems can help give you the zing you had when you were young with important vitamins, phosphorous and proteins. The eggs mineral content help nourish the prostate for men.

They also assist the nervous system and reducing bronchial asthma, vegetative-vascular dystonia, diabetes, and tuberculosis. The removal of  heavy metals and toxins from the blood, liver stones, bladder stones and kidney stones.

Weight loss

Low Calories one standard size quail egg is only 1 percent of the recommended daily calorie intake.

High in protein A proven fact that foods high in protein assist in keeping you feeling fuller for longer 3 to 5 quail eggs is the recommended amount as a breakfast serving.


Many skin and hair care products contain quail eggs to improve  hair and skin condition.

hair and skin improve, colour, volume and condition, make your own hair and face masks.

Anti Aging Consumption helps to combat the effects of aging by increasing the efficiency of your immune system.


you can eat them raw, unlike chicken eggs there is no risk of salmonella poisoning as the quail’s body temperature is much higher than that of a chicken. There is absolutely no risk of infection or contamination as they contain lysozyme which kills bacteria.

A Fantastic Quail egg Omlette recipe to share with your loved one!

Quail egg, asparagus and parmesan Omelette 


10 quail eggs

8 asparagus spears ( with ends trimmed and washed)

1 tablespoon of  grated parmesan

pinch of salt

pinch of pepper

5 ml Canola spray


Preheat a heavy based frypan on  medium heat and spray lightly with canola spray

Gently sauté asparagus spears until just under cooked and reserve

Break the quail eggs into a bowl carefully, add salt, pepper and parmesan

Lightly re spray the pan and gently pour the egg mixture onto the pans surface. Gently grill the top for even cooking  . The omelette will take 2 to 3 minutes to cook, place the asparagus to one end of the pan, roll the omelette with the asparagus in the centre , cut in the centre on the oblique, place on two plates or on one to share and serve.

“So do it on try them, design your culinary life, Spice your life up, put some sizzle back in it today “

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Cassandra Austin

Kitchen Coaching, Nutrition and Selfcare

A Corporate Chef with extra qualifications in< Diet and Nutrition, Food and Wellness, Food Psychology, Kitchen Medicine Vocational education trainer in Commercial Cookery, Dip Hospitality Management  & Business



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