• Bond McGarry posted an update 4 months, 3 weeks ago

    Recent scientific research by University of Technology Malaysia shown that pure edible nest contains 17 type of soluble proteins which cannot produced by our body, but needed quite definitely by the body. edible nest contained rich anti-oxidants,and abundant with minerals like sodium, potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc, copper,etc…

    What can Nest benefit our health and wellbeing?

    First, from the proximate analysis reports shown that edible nest soup contains ash, fibre, carbohydrates, proteins, minerals and moisture. Those elements are soluble. Besides, it really is abundant in antioxidants who use to combat poisons within our body. Because alkalinity, and the epidermal growth factors, it promotes cells growth and scientific studies are starting with discover and identified markers for anti-cancer elements. Till today, Chinese still believed edible nest soup will work for treating tuberculosis, dry coughs, asthma and several general weakness as a result of bronchial aliments. Traditionally edible nest soup is utilized to nourish the kidney, lung, heart and stomach. The tonic power of edible bird’s nest soup is considered to boost skin complexion and slow up the process of aging.

    How to prepare edible nest Soup?

    Edible nest soup may be the only soluble protein in the world. To prepare edible bird’s nest soup, we need to not boil as hot temperature will destroyed nutrients in the nest. To get ready, you ought to use double boil method. Whenever possible include a small slice of ginger towards the solution mainly because it will enhance the antioxidant level. No sugar is usually recommended as originality of odor of albumin is preserved. If edible nest soup is contaminated with chemical, it’ll create pungent smell. Double boil the nest no less than couple of hours.

    How to find a pureness bird’s nest?

    First, never choose birdnest with adulterated colours; Red nest, yellow nest, or blackish nest. Recently laboratory analysis of nest by Shanghai Food Authority found that the above adulterated nest contain over dose of sodium nitrite. This chemical can be a strong oxidising agents and will prevent blood from carrying oxygen to all or any within the body. It is going to caused cancer. Secondly, use nose to smell the albumin odour, because so many bird’s nest will not have albumin odor after using bleaching agents like hydrogen peroxide. Thirdly, to assure of bacteria contamination, the moisture content of the bird’s nest needs to be below 15% w/w. It cracked immediately in the event you apply a little force.

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