Often time, the chicken liver is ignored, as it is majorly considered as an unattractive part of the bird.
This is a food that is naturally rich in folate. When you add chicken liver to your diet, it will give you lots of folates.
Apart from folate, chicken liver is a well rich in vitamin A and the other B-complex vitamins.
In every chicken liver you eat, you get about 73 calories, 7 grams of protein and it also gives you about 38 percent of your daily need for folate.
Due to its large amount of cholesterol (248 milligrams), it is best you make chicken liver an occasional part of your diet.
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Cook sliced chicken liver with chopped onions, potatoes, mushrooms and bell peppers.