Hey, guys! In a recent episode of the Joe Rogan Experience, Dave Asprey talked about eating raw eggs, and that the only concern you could have about it would be cleaning the eggshell (to minimize the risks of Salmonella infection). My main... (more)
So, I probably don't get enough calcium when not eating canned salmon from TJs. Most days I get ~30% rda if lucky, so I would like to incorporate egg shells. They are 95-97% calcium, and seems like a waste throwing them away. They also seem more... (more)
I grind my own eggshells up in a coffee grinder and sprinkle on foods and dogfood, as well. I don't think you're crazy at all...It's also good to mix with eggwhite and use as a nourishing, firming facial...
My brother told me he heard that chickens need to eat the eggshells to keep producing eggs. I found it odd. I could see that eating eggshells could produce healthier/stronger eggs/chickens. But I wouldn't think it would be necessary to... (more)
I have been thinking about supplementing my calcium intake with egg shells but it worries me that I can't find any examples where they were eaten traditionally. Are there any examples? What would be the reason for this? Are there any possible... (more)
i do this sometimes too, i never notice the shells. i really do think i absorb the calcium better than any supplement or salmon bones. i have felt my b ones more dense since doing it
Boil them, dry them and then grind them and put them in my french press while I'm brewing coffee. Calcium is hard to come by while on Paleo!
I have two sources for pastured eggs. One source is exclusively from a red feathered breed--all the eggs are brown and have a deep yellow colored yolk. This yellow color is markedly more yellow than conventional store bought eggs, but still... (more)
I was making a shake (I usually go with some raw eggs, protein powder, pure cocoa, and cinnamon) and half my egg shell fell in. Instead of digging it out of the mess I left it in and blended it up. It blended well, aside from a little bit of... (more)
I intend to use eggshells to make my own calcium supplement. I read somewhere that eggshells submerged in acetic acid yield calcium acetate. Is this true? And if so, would submerging them in lemon juice eventually yield calcium citrate?