Wait . . . eggshells? Most people think of eggs as food, but very few people realize that egg shells have been used for medicinal purposes.
In fact, half of a teaspoon of the powder contains about 1,000 to 1,500 milligrams of calcium which equates to 90% of the daily recommended amount. Other minerals that are found in significant proportions in eggshells are zinc, iron, copper, manganese, phosphorus, fluorine, chlorine and molybdenum.
5 Reasons to Add powdered eggshells to your diet
Researchers at the Japan Women’s University, Yokyo studied a combination of vitamin D3 and eggshell powder in animals with osteoporosis. Not only was the eggshell powder with vitamin D3 able to improve bone mineral density, but it did it without significantly increasing blood calcium levels.
Regrow and remineralize teeth
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. Eggshells provide the necessary amount of calcium to remineralize teeth.
Improve joint elasticity and shock absorption.
Eggshell membranes contain substances like glucosamine and hyaluronic acid which improve joint elasticity and shock absorption.
Lower bad cholesterol
It strengthens bones and assists the body in producing healthier cells while also lowering cholesterol and blood pressure!
Clinical studies in postmenopausal women and women with senile osteoporosis showed that eggshell powder reduces pain.
How to Make Powdered Eggshells:
Simply collect organic eggshells.
Place the eggshells in the boiling water to kill off any bacteria and harmful pathogens that may be living.
In the meantime, heat the oven to 200 degrees.
After the shells are boiled, transfer them to a cookie sheet. Then bake the shells in the oven at 200 degrees for 10 to 15 minutes.
Finally, remove them from the oven. Blend in a coffee grinder or high-speed blender (like a Vitamix) until you get a very fine powdered consistency (very important!)