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In the animal kingdom, the beef liver is often known as the superfood because it is densely filled with nutrients. The liver is a protein source. It is also a great source of vitamin A, bioavailable B12, choline, B-complex vitamins, iron, biotin, folate, zinc, copper, and other fat-soluble vitamins (A, D, E, K). Over the years, beef liver has been used to treat pernicious anemia therapeutically.


Nutritional Value

Beef liver also offers you lots of minerals and vitamins that most people miss out on. When you look at the calorie intake of sirloin steak, a 3.5 ounce of the steak contains 200 calories, while the same amount of beef liver contains 175 calories. Although it provides the same calories, it also provides more minerals and vitamins compared to a lamb chop or a sirloin steak.


If you want to reduce the number of calories you are taking, it is easy to miss out on the important nutrition at the same time. That is why it is important to take nutrient-dense food. Although most foods are packed with lots of minerals and vitamins, there is no single food that offers more nutrients than the liver. It is now known that eating foods that have low calories and more nutrients reduce hunger.

Adding Meat Into Your Diet

Beef liver has a unique taste that is loved by some and not tolerated by others. When it is cooked, but unflavored, it sometimes produces a metallic, rich taste. You can easily mask the distinct taste using various flavoring methods. You can neutralize the flavor by soaking the liver in milk for a few hours before cooking, or you can balance the flavor by adding fresh lemon while cooking.


Some popular meal ideas include liver and onions or liver and mushrooms, which can both be prepared a number of different ways. Often frying them in a light oil, such as coconut oil or baking them are quick meal preparation methods that can be done in thirty minutes or less. There a many health benefits by incorporating this protein rich meat, take a step and add liver in your weekly diet program.

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By Maria Landino on Jan 27, 2021 at 02:15 AM
Im very excited about the ground beef and liver mix. What a great way to incorporate organ meats without having to cook the organ itself!
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