FOR LOBSTER LOVERS
According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) National Nutrient Database, one cup of cooked lobster weighing approximately 145 grams (g) contains:
1.25 g of fat
0 g of carbohydrate
27.55 g of protein
The same portion also provides:
3 percent of a person's daily vitamin A needs
9 percent of daily calcium
3 percent of daily iron
·Lobsters are a great source of selenium and also contain omega-3 fatty acids.
·They can help protect against thyroid disease, depression, and anemia.
·Lobster can serve as the main source of protein in a meal.
Here are some quick tips for eating lobster:
·Use lobster as your main protein source.
·Add lobster to pasta or rice dishes.
·Mince lobster to top salads.
·Make lobster patties or burgers.
Avoid drenching your lobster with cheap butter, which is the type served at many seafood restaurants. Instead, choose a high-quality, grass-fed butter and use sparingly. Squeeze a lemon wedge over your lobster for a burst of flavor.
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