This soup is packed with nutrients and is super simple to prepare on busy days.
Maybe you are like me and have second thoughts about consuming pork liver. Livestrong reports that each 3-ounce portion of cooked pork liver provides 22 grams of protein. Pork liver can be a healthy source of protein because it contains only 1.2 grams of cholesterol-raising saturated fat per serving. With only 140 calories per serving, pork liver can easily fit into a weight-loss diet.
A 1/4-cup serving of dried wolfberries (a.k.a. goji berries) has 104 calories with just one gram of fat, gives you 4 grams of protein per serving, has 18 different amino acids, and is high in micronutrients.
Give this nutritious soup a try, as it nourishes the whole body, including the blood to prevent anemia. It also helps improve liver function and eyesight.