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So the new, new thing on the block, is ground up egg shells in powder form.
I know, right? Sounds super weird.
Well, it is, but it isn't.
It isn't, because eggs have all the nutrients and minerals that you could possibly want. They are literal powerhouses.
It is, but not because it is weird, but because we have human limitations that don't allow (unless you are smarter than the average bear) for thinking outside the square.
Now first off, you have to be a little careful because egg shells can have nasty pathogens in them.
So once you have eaten the egg inside, you have to wash the egg shell,
then boil them for 10 minutes,
rinse off, dry in oven on high,
then blitz into a powder.
If your blitzed egg shells look like this, you burnt them.
Go back, start again...
They should look like this,
If you look closely you can see little transparent thingies, well, that's the egg membrane, kiddo, and one of the purest forms of collagen on the planet.
But, I hear you say, Sounds like a lot of work...
Well, yes, it is slightly more difficult than walking into a shop and buying a jar or pill.
But you don't want to get germs, so you really can't skip a step. My advice is to wash egg shells, keep in fridge, then do heaps at once.
But why are people doing this?
Because they are freaking amazing!!
They have magnesium, iron, phosphorus, zinc, selenium, fluoride and calcium.
These little darlings are literal power monsters of everything good and happy for your body...and super easy to use.
Just bang a teaspoon into a smoothie, coffee or any liquidy type thingy.
Or any damn thing you please.
But the best part?
You literally have them right now in, or on, your kitchen pantry, table or bench.
Better, cheaper and more powerful in nutrients than anything you can buy in a bottle.
By a thousand times.
T (she/her) and Spirit
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