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Partridge eggs nutrition facts:
1) Source of protein. Like all eggs, partridge too contain quality protein with all essential amino acids. Protein helps build and repair muscle and contributes to nervous system activity by helping with the synthesis of essential neurotransmitters for the brain. Eating eggs like partridge provides satiation and nourishes the brain.
2) Fats and cholesterol profile. Partridge egg yolks contain both saturated and unsaturated fatty acids and cholesterol. Fats are food for the brain and help nourish it and support cognitive functions. Cholesterol in particular is good for us in limited amounts as studies show it helps make up the protective myelin sheath surrounding the tail of our nerve cells. Partridge eggs contain limited amounts of healthy Omega-3 fatty acids with anti-inflammatory benefits for cardiovascular health.
3) Source of B vitamins. Like all eggs, partridge too contain B vitamins, especially vitamins B9 and B12 required for normal brain and nervous system development of babies in the womb and red blood cells production. Vitamin B12 in particular is good for the nervous system because it helps make up the protective myelin sheath surrounding the tail of our nerve cells. Other B vitamins present in varying amounts in the eggs include B1, B2, B3, B6 and choline.

4) Other vitamins and minerals in partridge eggs. Like other egg varieties, partridge too are expected to contain zinc, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, iron and small amounts of calcium. Vitamin E may be present in small amounts. Partridge and other eggs do not contain vitamin C.
5) Low carbohydrate content, no fiber and moderate energetic value. Partridge eggs are high in fat and protein and low in carbohydrates. Because they are an animal product, they do not contain fiber. Lastly, given their macronutrient profile (higher in fat and protein, low in carbs), they have a moderate calorie content.

Potential benefits of eating partridge eggs:
1) Good for muscles thanks to good protein content and B vitamins.
2) Help reduce brain fog and benefit concentration and improve mood (thanks to the amino acids in protein and fatty acids in fat which nourish the brain).
3) As a source of protein, they provide satiation and help with weight management and possibly also weight loss.
4) Cholesterol and vitamin B12 are protective of nerve cells.
5) Iron and vitamins B9 and B12 are good for anemia.
6) Eating partridge and other eggs is good for hair and skin (thanks to protein, fats, B vitamins, minerals).
7) Soft boiled partridge eggs are easy on the stomach and may help manage gastritis, but not alone – your diet as a whole is important for gastritis treatment. Read about what food to eat andto avoid for gastritis.
8) Provide good nutrition for pregnant women (vitamins B9, B12, iron, fats and minerals) and contribute to the prevention of neural tube defects in newborns (all eggs do this).
9) Energizing effect – all eggs are nutritious as they are a source of B vitamins, minerals, protein and fat.