Quail Eggs are a little gem packed with vitamins and minerals. Even with their small size, their nutritional value is 4 times that of a chicken egg.
They contain 13 percent protein and also contain 140 percent of Vitamin B1 compared to 50 percent from a chicken egg and provide 5 times the iron and potassium.
They are a natural combatant against digestive tract disorders such as stomach ulcers. Quail eggs strengthen the immune system, promote memory health, increase brain activity and stabilize the nervous system. They help with anemia by increasing the level of hemoglobin in the body while removing toxins and heavy metals. The Chinese use quail eggs to help treat tuberculosis, asthma, and even diabetes. If you are a sufferer of kidney, liver, or gallbladder stones quail eggs can help prevent and remove these types of stones.
Below is the Nutritional Information for a Quail Egg: