Beef liver, or any liver for that matter, is not a good choice for heart health. A small serving of beef liver, just 3.5 ounces, contains nearly 400 milligrams of dietary cholesterol. That’s more than 4 times the amount recommended by the Pritikin Eating Plan for the entire day.
Foods that are rich in saturated fat, trans fat, and/or dietary cholesterol contribute greatly to the build-up of plaque in our coronary arteries, which leads to life-threatening events like heart attacks and strokes.
Learn To Grocery Shop Healthy
Good health often starts with the foods you put in your grocery cart. Learn the secrets of healthy shopping in a fun, interactive Healthy Grocery Shopping Scavenger Hunt