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Prevent vocal cord damage and protect your singing voice by drinking the right liquids

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Does raw egg restore a damaged voice?

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Some experts say using a raw egg to restore a damaged voice is actually more of a myth rather than a scientific methodology. However there many singers who swear by it so you may want to try and see for yourself. It may help temporarily because of the overall texture and quality of the egg, and also because of the nutrients it contains. There is one school of thought that may have validity. The raw egg may speed up the natural healing process by coating the affected area. In addition, there are natural anti-bacterial / antibiotic agents in a raw egg that prevent it from spoiling and killing the young chicken before it hatches.

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Warning: There are some risks with ingesting a raw egg. Salmonella is common with raw egg and if you are able to ingest it, it may even cause further infections in your vocal cords which can make the condition even worse. See the main article for better treatment options.

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