Although the cholesterol content in chicken livers is quite high, the food does contain very high levels of several different important nutrients. As long as you eat chicken livers in moderation, and minimize your consumption of other less nutritious high-cholesterol foods, chicken livers can be a smart addition to a healthy diet. A 1-ounce serving of cooked chicken livers contain about 45 calories with only about 1 gram of fat, 15 milligrams of sodium and no carbohydrates. Chicken livers are quite in protein with about 7 grams in a serving. Chicken livers are high in protein and a rich store of folate, which is important for fertility and helps prevent certain birth defects. (Food Standards Authority advises pregnant women not to eat liver because too much vitamin A can harm the baby.