Quail egg is a miracle food for growth and development of children of any age. Unlike chicken eggs, the quail shows a lower risk of allergies. They can be smoothly introduced in the child’s menu since the baby age.

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As the baby starts to consume solid foods, at around nine months, you can introduce egg yolks in its menu, and after one year, you can add the whites in other daily preparations.

Recommended portions of quail eggs for children:

9 months – 1 year: 1 yolk per day;
1 – 3 years: 1 quail egg / day (yolk and whites);
3 – 7 years: 2-3 quail eggs per day;
7 years and above: 3-5 eggs per day.

Even if it has a potential allergen much smaller than in chicken egg, is better to be cautious and careful in administering quail eggs to babies. If you want to add the whole egg earlier when feeding your baby, ask a pediatrician and follow the rule of four days, which helps you figure out if the child’s body reacts negatively to substances in the egg.

Because of the essential nutrients they contain, quail eggs are considered some of the most powerful foods with immunostimulatory effect. Doctors say that babies who frequently consume quail eggs shows 6 times less risk of developing infections.

Quail egg is the product of animal with the highest protein content, vitamin and mineral enzymes found in egg are able to regulate various body deficiencies, renewing the normal parameters of any human body.

In comparison with chicken egg, the quail has a cholesterol level only 1.4% versus 4%, 3 times less fat, and the yolk contains 23% to 17% protein. In terms of vitamins and minerals are 6 times more rich in vitamin B1, 5 times more phosphorus, 5 times more iron, 15 times more vitamin B2, and other allergic substances.

All these make the quail egg the only 100% natural product that has only indications, and comes without contraindications.