Quail Eggs Benefits for your Health
- Good Source of antioxidants – Omega 3 and Omega 6.
- Antioxidant are recommended to prevent cancer as they protect cells from free radicals harm.
- Rich in vitamins A, B, E, and Selenium.
- Perfect anti-aging that makes your skin look young and your body ageless.
- Improves the body’s immune system.
- Good remedy for gastritis.
- Rich source of magnesium, vitamin B6, potassium because of its high alkaline level.
- Helps with blood circulation, regulating levels of sugar and iron.
- Releases your body from toxins and stimulates the prostate gland in men.
- Fights skin allergies.
- Moisturizes quail eggs produce healthy skin cell membranes that retain moisture.
- Protects from potentially harmful side effects from prescription medications.
- It’s nutrients let you achieve appearance without dependencies on multiple creams, cosmetics, and sprays that might cause irritation, dryness and even diseases.
- Kids love them because of their size.
- Strengthen the brain functions and develops IQ.
- Helps the body to absorb completely all food vitamins and minerals.
- Provides high levels of protein to strengthen muscles.
- Supply nutrients to keep a good memory.
- Regulates the nervous system.
- 5 Quail Eggs are equivalent to one regular but have more nutritional value.
The Coturnix, or Japanese quail, is a ground dwelling gamebird native to east Asia, they belong to the family Phasiandae, which also includes the pheasants and partridges. By 1910, its meat and eggs had become popular specialty food items. Different strains were developed for either meat or eggs.
During the next three decades, there was a large increase in quail eggs consumption in various parts of Europe namely, UK, France and Spain. Today this product is considered as a popular gourmet item here in USA.
How to eat the quail eggs?
You can consume quail eggs same way that you consume regular eggs i.e. Scramble eggs, fried, boiled, or if you like poach them or eat them raw. You can mix it with any preferred drink really. It’s best to mix it in a blender. Our best choice is to mix it in with any flavor milkshake or mix it with fresh orange juice. Delicious.
Are QQE® Eggs fertilized?
No, they are not. There are only females laying eggs without males.
How many Quail eggs are equivalent to one regular egg?
5 quail eggs are the equivalent to 1 regular egg.
Do you use hormones or antibiotics?
No, we never use any hormones or antibiotics.
Do they carry Salmonella?
No, Quail Eggs do not carry Salmonella, due to de higher body temperature of quail and the increased presence of lysozyme enzyme, which inhibits bacterial growth.
If an egg floats when you are hard-boiling them, is it bad?
No, the eggs naturally have an air cell between the whites and the shell. As the egg ages, the contents of contract, causing the air shell to grow larger.
Are QQE farm in the NPIP?
Yes, we are. The National Poultry Improvement Plan (NPIP) is a national program in collaboration with state and federal departments of agriculture and industry representatives. The main objective of this program is to use new diagnostic technology to effectively improve poultry and poultry products throughout the United States. NPIP provides certification that poultry and poultry products destined for interstate and international shipments are disease free.
How good are quail eggs for you?
Eggs are a complete protein, meaning they have every amino acid and vitamins except vitamin C. Quail eggs also have a low carb, low cholesterol food, quail eggs provide a healthy heart diet. They also have the nutrients and properties to help give you the needed energy, resistance from illness, and faster recovery following surgery or from chemotherapy effects and other cancer treatments.
Where can I buy QQE® Quail Eggs?
You can buy them at main supermarkets chains in south Florida. Publix, Winn-Dixie, Sedano’s, Milam’s and more or on our website.
Where are QQE® Quail eggs produced?
Are QQE® quail eggs kosher?
Yes, QQE Quail eggs have the kosher certificate from KM (Kosher Miami).