When You See Why She Bakes Her Eggshells, You’ll Never Throw Them Away Again(VIDEO)

If you think you know how to use all the vitamins and minerals from your egg? Think again. If you put your egg into a bowl and toss the shell into the garbage can, you are missing out great health benefits.
Researchers studied the egg shell for more than 10 years and found that lots of reasons to keep the shell around, says LA Healthy Living.

Health Benefits of Egg Shells

Eggshells is full of minerals which are great for the bones.

“Eggshells contain the perfect amount of the ideal substances for healing cavities–massive amounts of calcium and 27 other minerals. The composition of eggshells resembles our teeth,” according to LA Healthy Living.

LA Healthy Living also says that eggshells will speed healing in orthopedic diseases.  Live Strong  says that the vitamins and minerals in eggshell will be good for reducing bone loss in post-menopausal women.

Toxinless, says that eggshell calcium increased mineral density in the hip.


If you want to try to make eggshell calcium yourself (a simple recipe you can do in your own kitchen), there are a few things to think about.One of that is mentioned by LA Healthy Living and they recommend choosing organic eggs to avoid chemicals and hormones.

Second, cleaning. In order to avoid food poisoning with salmonella cook the eggs you plan to use at 140 degrees for at least 3 1/2 minutes to kill bacteria.


We have a video below that will show you every step and will give you a precise instructions for preparing calcium powder.

It takes about 30 minutes (including boiling, baking and grinding) and when you are done you’ll have a fine, white powder you can add to your food or take as a supplement.

Remember to store your new supplement in sealed container, in the refrigerator.

Via : remedydaily.com

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