We’re never throwing out eggshells again!
When you’re making an omelette, you’ll probably have at least four eggshells left over. Most people would throw these into the bin immediately, but that’s a real waste. Egg shells are super versatile! Did you know that eggshells consist of 90 percent pure calcium? There’s no other food that contains as much calcium as this. The human body needs lots of calcium, as our bones and teeth, as well as our nerves and muscles, rely on it.
Finding an eggshell in your dinner is never fun, but did you know that these annoying shells are actually very versatile? We wouldn’t recommend cooking with them per se, but there is a legion of other things you can use them for!
There’s lots of debate about whether eggs are really as healthy for us as has been claimed. However it may be, eggshells are supposed to be very healthy too. The National Institute of Health has done numerous researches on ground eggshell powder. Apparently, this powder can be absorbed by the human body very well and it has many positive outcomes. Since eggshells contain heaps of calcium, it strengthens our bones and it produces healthy blood cells. Moreover, eggshell will help lower cholesterol and blood pressure. Half a teaspoon of ground eggshell contains 1,000 to 1,500 milligrams of calcium, which is 90% of our daily need.
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