The liver of fowl is commonly eaten as food by humans; chickens by far are the most heavily consumed and farmed fowl.
- 100g of chicken liver contains 24.3g of protein, which is about the same as 4 eggs, 0.9 chicken breasts, or 1.7 cups (471g) of black beans,
- Chicken livers provide an exceptional amount of vitamin A, offering 267% of the RDA per 100 grams,
- Chicken liver provides significant amounts of the essential mineral selenium, offering more than 100% of the RDA per 100 grams,
- Chicken liver contains enormous amounts of the vitamin B12, with just 100 grams providing 287% of the recommended daily allowance,
- One chicken liver provides 5.12 milligrams of mineral iron,
- Chicken liver is a good source of mineral copper.
Ref. Chicken Liver Nutrition – Prospre, nutritionadvance.com, northstarbison.com & webmd.com
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