Why You Should Not Throw Away Eggshells

Eggshells provide many health benefits. Those from organic eggs are rich in magnesium, iron, copper, zinc, manganese, among others. Egg...

Eggshells provide many health benefits. Those from organic eggs are rich in magnesium, iron, copper, zinc, manganese, among others. Eggshells are also high in calcium, they have in about 90% of the amount needed for healthy bones and teeth. Muscles and nerves, like your bones, also need calcium for growth and optimal training. Remember that the composition of the egg shells is similar to your bones or teeth.
According to a Dutch study, egg shells, in addition to build bone density, relieve digestive problems. Studies on the absorption of the shell egg powder by the human body indicates that it absorbs without any complications.
On the other hand, consumption of egg shells (in powder form) helps to lower cholesterol, stabilize blood pressure, purify the blood, prevent osteoarthritis, boost the body while stimulating bone formation. So remember to use eggshells as food supplements to benefit from their health benefits!
You can follow these tips to better consume the egg shells and enjoy their benefits:
- When you consume a half tablespoon of powdered egg shells a day, you get about 1,000 mg of calcium.
- Take this dose of eggshells every day you will cover about 90% of your recommended daily intake of minerals, potassium and magnesium.
How to prepare the powdered eggshells?
- To get rid of harmful bacteria, you need to boil your eggs for 10 minutes.
- Cool the eggs at room temperature.
- Then take the egg shells, keeping the membrane that is rich in nutrients, mash them and grind them in a coffee grinder or food processor to a fine powder. Store it in a glass jar.
This powder should be used as a natural alternative to your calcium supplements and magnesium.
How to use egg shells to supplement your diet?
- You can add them to your drinks, cereal, smoothies, soups and stews.
- You can simply mix ½ teaspoon of egg shell powder with the juice of half a lemon. Let it for about 6 hours for the powder dissolves completely. Then add water and consume it.
Important: Do not exceed 1000 mg of calcium daily to avoid hypercalcemia (excessive intake of calcium) that may be manifested by vomiting, confusion and abdominal pain.
Other sources of calcium
Eggshells are not the ultimate source of calcium, here are other healthy, natural foods that can meet your needs in calcium and other nutrients:
- Broccoli
- Avocado
- Chia seeds
- Coconuts
- Brazil nuts
- Oranges
- Figs

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Why You Should Not Throw Away Eggshells
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