5 Reasons To Eat Lobster For Breakfast

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Lobster breakfast is healthy

Lobster is famous as a luxury food and rarely considered for breakfast. However, the proponents of “Seafood Diet” and “All Natural Diet” swear by the nutritional benefits of this elegant seafood and recommend dieters to start their day with some lobster meat. Whether you are a follower of these diets or just need a change in your morning meal, here are five reasons why eating lobster for breakfast is both healthy and tasty…


 

 


Health benefits of eating Lobster for breakfast:


1. Helps tissue rebuilding

Lobsters are a wonderfully nutritious alternative to meat proteins. The firm and translucent flesh of these giant crustaceans is low in calories and saturated fat. This protein is present in its most easily digestible and absorbable form, allowing the body to repair the daily wear and tear of the body tissues.

 


2. Reduces stress and keeps person happy

Lobster is a good source of tryptophan which produces serotonin – a mood modulating neurotransmitter. Proper levels of serotonin is responsible for reducing mental stress, keeping depressive thoughts away, and helping a person start his day on a happy and relaxed note.

 


3. Helps reduce weight

The high protein content of lobsters has shown to increase the body metabolic rate, which results in faster burning of calories. Moreover, lobster breakfasts are low in fat and have a high satiety value, which prevents unhealthy mid morning snacking. All factors together work towards helping a person achieve his/her weight loss goals.

 


4. Promotes brain development and function

Lobsters are good source of omega fatty acids. These compounds are involved in the growth and functioning of brain and the nervous system. Regular consumption of lobsters in the morning helps cognition and concentration.

 


5.  Rife with essential nutrients

Lobsters contain several trace nutrients, which survive the entire cooking process. Each serving of this seafood provides significant amounts of fat-soluble vitamins A, E, K, and B complex vitamins including B6, B12, pantothenic acid, niacin, and folic acid. They also provide several minerals such as calcium, phosphorous, potassium, and sodium, along with small amounts of copper, zinc, and selenium.

 

 


Tips to include Lobster in breakfast

 

How much ever one may love the taste of lobster meat, several people are downright scared of cooking it - a major reason for it not being a popular breakfast meat option. If lack of quick breakfast lobster ideas is the reason for you avoiding this meat, then read on…

 


  • Lobster potato hash: This dish adds a delectable and healthy twist to the regular potato breakfast. Quick to prepare, easy to make it is a perfect rush hour meal and provides all food groups in the required proportions.

 


  • Lobster and eggs: Adding lobster meat to the quintessential breakfast food is the best way to include this crustacean into one’s morning diet. From simple lobster omelet to lobster and eggs Benedict, the options of preparing this meal are immense.  

 


  • Pan-fried lobster with smoked artichokes and tomato:  Those whole like a “proper” breakfast, this dish offers a scrumptious promise. It scores a perfect 10 on taste and is a perfectly balanced meal with the addition of veggies.

 

 


  • Lobster topped tortilla:  This quite easy to prepare, top tortilla shells with cooked lobster meat and an assortment of veggies and cheese. Warm in the microwave oven for few minutes and you are ready to dig in.

 

Thus, having lobsters for breakfast is not being too farfetched and fanciful. It is quite doable and adds a healthy twist to your regular morning routine.

 

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