Twenty-Four egg tray $8.00
Available for pick-up in Highland or Maryville
Chicks & Quails also available
Nutrition: One quail egg contains only 14 calories but is rich in a variety of Vitamins and minerals, including selenium, riboflavin, vitamin B12, and Iron. There are large amount of beneficial fatty acids found in quail eggs that can help boost your heart health. In fact, 60% of the fat in quail eggs is made up of the “good” form of cholesterol. Quail eggs contain large amounts of vitamin C and vitamin A, which can help neutralize free radicals and protect your health.
Benefits: Selenium and riboflavin are important nutrients that help your body break down the food you eat and transform it into energy. Selenium also helps ensure healthy thyroid function, vitamin B12 and iron promote healthy nervous system function and help maintain optimal energy levels through their roles in red blood cell formation and reduces risk of anemia. They contain antioxidants that may help treat symptoms of allergic rhinitis and eosinophilic esophagitis.
Precautions: Most quail eggs are unpasteurized, so pregnant women and people with compromised immune systems should only eat them if they have been fully cooked. Some people may also be allergic to quail eggs.
Compared with chicken eggs: Quail eggs are smaller than chicken eggs but contain more fat, protein, iron, riboflavin, and vitamin B12 by weight. However, they are also more expensive and harder to find than chicken eggs.
Quail eggs are a healthy and delicious way
to mix up the protein source in your diet.