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Nutritional Facts Quail Eggs
Please inform me on 1.Nutritional values, 2.Dosage/applications, 3.Risk tips and 4.Illnesses cure with quail eggs. Thanks.?
Quail eggs: No substantial difference than chicken eggs. No curative powers. Simply alternative food source. ...Read more
Calories: The white has the protein, the yellow as the healthy omega three fats and cholesterol and thus more of the calories of the egg. Both are needed for a healthy diet. The body shuts off from making an unhealthy cholesterol in the liver, when it derives cholesterol from a natural healthy source as eggs. ...Read more
NO: NO either cooked OR raw!Get a more detailed answer ›
No: It has no value. Eating uncooked eggs is a good way to get a serious GI infection. ...Read more
If I eat a whole cooked egg, does the egg white negate the nutritional effects of the yolk, such as biotin?
Eating whole eggs is: Fine. The white has some nutritional value and the yolk lots more. One does not negate the other. I'm glad you have not bought into the myth that yolks are bad for you. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Shoulder rotator cuff injury 9 months ago. Tendonitis. Lump at tip of R shoulder blade size of quail egg. What is that?
AC joint.: The rotator cuff injury would not give you that lump. It may be an arthritic, or inflammed, acromioclavicular joint. See an orthopedic sport medicine surgeon, who specializes in shoulders. ...Read more
Does it make sense to use shell of chicken, duck, quail egg we eat for calcium supplement? What about fish bones? What kind has the least lead?
One can prepare eggshells in a way that can be used as a calcium supplement- see http://mamanatural. Com/how-to-make-eggshell-calcium/
however, the type of calcium in eggshells, calcium carbonate, is relatively poorly absorbed. Also, studies show taking calcium supplements doubles risk of heart attacks! See http://bit. Ly/1ifyjcy
however, balancing with magnesium ; vit k makes it safer. See comment:. ...Read more
Not really: Typhoid fever is treated with antibiotics. Resistance to multiple antibiotics is increasing among Salmonella that cause typhoid fever. Choices for antibiotic therapy include fluoroquinolones, ceftriaxone, and azithromycin. Persons who do not get treatment may continue to have fever for weeks or months, and as many as 20% may die from complications of the infection. ...Read more
Dr.'s, what does it mean when they say cut out DAIRY? Does this include eggs? Please explain. Is ALMOND milk Dairy or Non Diary. Thank you for all U do.
Yes: That is how women have twins that are fraternal twins. ...Read more
How can you have an u/s that shows a maturing egg (cd 12, 15mm) and then only have a 6.2 progesterone? I had an egg, did it not rupture?
US inaccurate: Ultrasound can be off.Get a more detailed answer ›
Ovulation predictor: Women who don't ovulate don't have regular periods. An ovulation predictor kit is a good way of confirming that you're ovulating - get from a pharmacy, don't buy a monitor. Start testing every day from day 10 in your cycle (day 1 is the first day of your period). Test between 10 am and noon. If you're irregular, or test for a couple of months and it's not working see a rei specialist if you're ttc. ...Read more
No: Although eggs are a good source of protein, like anything else they are good in moderation. If you had 2 eggs a day you would be surpassing normal cholesterol dietary intake by just eating the eggs. Not to mention if you are frying them that adds to damage. I think 5-7 eggs a week are more than enough. Try getting protein from another source. ...Read more
The Perfect Food: Actually, eggs are quite nutritious and an excellent source of protein, vitamins and minerals. The yolk tends to concentrate much of the cholesterol, approximately 280-310 mg depending on the egg size. One whole egg and several egg whites per day are perfectly fine. Eggs produced organically on free range farms avoid pesticides, animal by-products and hormones and in my opinion are healthier. ...Read more
Possible: In our experience, by doing pgs, or checking each embryo to make sure it is chromosomal normal not only improves pregnancy rates but decreases the risk of a miscarriage. Although some clinics disagree with this, our data definitely supports the increase pregnancy rates and decrease miscarriage rates with chromosome testing. Also, emotionally, you know that you transferred normal embryos. ...Read more
Gently treated: After retrieval, the eggs are gently prepared in special culture media before the sperm are added. For sperm injection, each egg is stripped clean of attaching cells and assessed for level of maturity. Only mature eggs are injected with sperm. Fertilization can be confirmed by examining the eggs 24 hours later. ...Read more
Outline: Most apply with a donor agency and submit medical, surgical and personal histories. Psychological screening is done. If approved and selected, you meet and have a similar interview and physical exams and tests in preparation. Once scheduled for a recipient you undergo the usual stimulation for ivf: daily injections monitored by ultrasound and blood. After egg retrieval, you're done! ...Read more
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