How to Cook Pork Liver
Here are the benefits of eating pork liver.
Pork liver is a protein food that provides macronutrients you need for energy and tissue maintenance, including protein and fat. It also comes loaded with vitamins and minerals, so you should consume it in moderation.
Pork liver is loaded with iron and selenium. Selenium acts as an antioxidant, converting damaging chemicals, called free radicals, into harmless compounds, including water. It helps your thyroid gland function properly.
Pork liver also provides you with vitamin B-12. Vitamin B-12 helps you produce the red blood cells needed to carry oxygen throughout your body. Foods rich in vitamin B-12 also support the health of your nervous system.
Pork liver contains a large amount of vitamin A. Just 3 ounces of pork liver contain much more than the recommended daily intake. Therefore, if you consume pork liver on a regular basis, and regularly exceed your upper intake limit, you might develop vitamin A toxicity. Limit your portion size and consume pork liver in moderation to avoid a vitamin A overdose.
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