Quails, commonly known by the Luhya as "Isindu" is one of the most treasured wild bird that is normally hunted for food. They can also be reared in cages for they can easily fly should they hear the singing of the ones in the wild.
They're not only hunted for meat but also for the eggs. Egg harvesting can be effectively done under caged system for it's hard to collect them in the wild. Quail eggs serve series of functions when consumed despite their small sizes.
Quail egg is a universal natural food supplement with no health implications and safe to use.
It is beneficial in healthy living because it has been proven to alleviate symptoms of diabetes, hypertension, high serum cholesterol, arteriosclerosis, asthma, kidney, liver, and gallbladder stones.
There is a 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 . This helps your body balance the negative effects of “bad” cholesterol .
Eating too many quail eggs will raise your cholesterol. The more cholesterol you eat , the less your body produces. So go ahead and eat some quail eggs in moderation — no more than six to eight a day.
No major side effect of quail eggs has been reported yet. Normally, quail eggs do not trigger allergic reactions, experts say. But you should exercise caution and should not go overboard with quail egg consumption.
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