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Why is chicken liver dangerous to eat?

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In some Asian countries, chicken liver is a high-end food and is much more expensive than chicken.

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Chicken liver is rich in nutrients and has unique nourishing and health benefits.

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Chicken liver is an excellent source of iron. 100 grams of chicken liver contains 12 mg of iron, which is one of the best iron supplements.

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The vitamin A content in chicken liver far exceeds that of milk, eggs, meat, fish and other foods. 100 grams of chicken liver contains about 10.5 mg of vitamin A.

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Regular supplementation of some vitamin A can enhance and protect vision, prevent eye diseases, and maintain normal visual function.

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Chicken liver also contains vitamin B2, 100 grams of chicken liver contains about 1.2 mg of vitamin B2.

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Regular supplementation of some vitamin B2 plays an important role in the normal metabolism of carbohydrates, fats and proteins, reducing the accumulation of fat, and avoiding hardening of blood vessels.

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In addition, chicken liver is also rich in protein, calcium, phosphorus, iron, potassium, zinc, selenium and other nutrients that the body needs.