For bringing up the future ironmen or women, adding liver to child‟s diet is curucial.  100 gr. liver contains 6.1 mg. iron and this makes liver a very beneficial food for the healthy diet of your baby. Along with iron, it is rich in Vitamin B12, B6 and A and it is a superb protein source. 
Our body cannot adequately benefit from vegetable based B12 sources. We benefit more from B12 that liver and red meat contains. 
Liver purifies the blood and detoxes our body. However this does not mean that the liver you at is a store of toxic substances. Liver neutralizes harmful substances in the body and enables removal of these through bile juice. Bile juice is the toxic element not the liver. So you can eat it at ease. Click here for our delicious liver recipes.

 Keep in mind 
Most mothers prefer lamb liver as it is served in more hygienic conditions.  Along with this you may also prefer chicken liver. As chicken liver is softer some others prefer to first start with this. No matter what type of liver you choose, the first rule is to eat it fresh. Experts recommend liver to be consumed within latest 2 days.   Before eating liver, you should clean the membrane around it really well. Spiced mutton liver, fried liver served with onions are some of the options that babies love.  Warning It is possible to buy liver at many stores however when it comes to your baby's health, you should pay extra care. Ensure that you buy the liver from a high quality and reliable store. 
Don‟t forget, change is good… To get the best benefits, give your baby the protein sources alternately. Red meat, white meat and liver…  
In general it is recommended that you give maximum 15 grams of liver to your baby weekly. Liver is an important source of iron and is also very rich in Vitamin A. Vitamin A is important for health but too much can be harmful. You must ask your doctor the amount and frequency of liver you should give to your child depending on his age.   Nutritional value per 100 gram liver; 
Vitamin A 75337 IU
Vitamin C 22.6 mg
B 12 58.2 mcg 
Iron 6.1 mg
Magnesium 17.0 mg
Phosphor 294 mg
Potassium 211 mg
Sodium 5.0 mg
Calcium 5.0 mg