Nutritious and convenient to prepare, eggs can be found in most Indian households and are a great source of proteins, fats and micronutrients in our largely-vegetarian diet. Commercially, chicken eggs are more popular than other eggs, but that doesn't mean they aren't healthy. Here are four types of eggs you should add to your diet.
Chicken eggs: By far the most popular type, chicken eggs are widely available and appeal to most palates. It's the cheapest source of protein and a perfect weight loss food. 
Quail eggs: Quail eggs are tiny mottled-shelled eggs that are smaller than chicken eggs. Don't be fooled by the size. These eggs are full of healthy antioxidants, proteins and liver-protecting nutrients. 
Fish eggs: Some communities in India relish fish eggs or fish roe as much as they do fish. They appear as clusters of tiny bubbly eggs that are eaten cooked. It is a rich source of healthy lipids that aid in maintaining health. 
Duck eggs: Unlike chicken eggs, duck eggs are not available at most provision stores in the country. But you can buy them from online. Duck eggs are more proteinaceous than chicken eggs. Chances of contracting salmonella from duck eggs are also fewer because they have higher antimicrobial activity than chicken eggs.