Posted On: 12:24:17 - 05/09/15 - Viewed: 132636
According to scientific reports, edible bird's nest is a rare delicacy with high nutritional value and very good for human health. Bird's nest has many essential micro-nutrients that the human body cannot synthesized. Therefore, in modern life, bird's nest soup has become a kind of food supplement that people prefer and is increasingly widely used. Here are 10 important things you should not ignore when using bird's nest soup:
Posted On: 10:29:21 - 07/07/15 - Viewed: 74990
Edible bird's nest is highly coveted in the Asian culture due to its rarity and exquisite flavor. Often referred to as the “caviar of the East”, bird's nest is among the most expensive delicacies consumed by humans for over 400 years. Bird's Nest is considered a super-food due to their high content of protein and essential amino acids while low in calories and fat. How to prepare/cook a nutritiously delicious bowl of EBN without accidentally depleting important nutrients?
Posted On: 09:30:30 - 10/06/15 - Viewed: 26992
Edible bird's nest is becoming more popular, however, many places sell those low quality nests, damaging consumer's confident and health resulting in negative views of the EBN industry in general. In recent years, there has been increasing reports of fake edible bird’s nests. This article aims to provide useful information to help customers identify the common types of fraud when buying nests.
Posted On: 13:59:43 - 19/10/15 - Viewed: 189226
Studies from ancient Oriental medicine as well as modern western medicine show that edible bird's nest contain essential nutrients that could potentially benefit the health of the baby and mothers during pregnancy and breastfeeding. The tryptophan, a precursor of serotonin and melatonin, found in bird's nest soup has antidepressant effects and can help reduce stress, anxiety and fatigue in mothers as well as promoting the recovery process after birth. In addition, tryptophan promotes the optimal growth for the child.
Posted On: 06:53:31 - 07/07/15 - Viewed: 28819
In addition to being rare and precious, Edible Bird's Nest have many health benefits. However, improper cooking techniques could destroy the nutrients rendering the Bird's Nest Soup useless and tasteless. Follow our recipe for a nutritiously delicious a bowl of Bird's Nest Soup with rock sugar:
Posted On: 09:47:06 - 01/10/15 - Viewed: 14187
Although, Island and Farm raised edible bird's nests contain similar levels of amino acids, Wild Cave nests contain significantly higher amounts of minerals. Island nests carry the essence of the sea. Hence, it has a unique and distinctive fragrance and flavor that cannot be found in farm raised nests. Because of its uniqueness and rarity, Wild Cave nests command a much higher price. Because of this, many manufacturers come up with illegitimate techniques to produce and market farm raised nests as Wild Cave nests. Hello Nest is happy to provide the customers a few tips on how to distinguish genuine Island Bird's Nest from fake imitations.