Top 10 Chicken Liver Nutrition Benefits

By Prashika Ingle

March 24, 2022

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Iron is a mineral that aids in the oxygenation of our bodies. You risk becoming anaemic  if you don't consume enough iron.

Rich in Iron

Chicken liver is strong in protein and low in calories, making it an excellent choice for anyone looking  to optimise their body composition.

Low in Calories

By calories, chicken liver has 73 percent protein. Chicken liver has 116 calories per 100 grammes, with 85 of those calories coming from protein.


If we were to pick just one metric to emphasise the nutritional significance of chicken liver, it would most likely be its B vitamin content.

Loaded with B vitamins

Don't ignore chicken liver if you want to improve your dental health.  12 micrograms of K2 are found in 3.5 ounces of chicken liver.

Supports Dental Health

Chicken liver also aids in the creation of healthy, oxygenated blood in the body.

Promotes Blood Health

Chicken liver is abundant in vitamin A, making it a godsend for anyone looking to improve the health of their eyes, skin, hair, and nails.

Vitamin A is abundant  in this liver

The ability of animal organs to provide health and vitality to your internal organs is one of the most fascinating  aspects of eating them.

Supports the health of  the organs.

In just 100 grammes of chicken liver, you'll get more than 100% of your recommended daily selenium intake.

Selenium is abundant  in this liver

Most animal products are deficient in vitamin C and other antioxidants as a general rule.

Vitamin C content in chicken liver is unusually high.

If possible, get your chicken liver from a local organic farm, but even store-bought liver has many more benefits than drawbacks. 


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