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Is Lobster Fattening?

Lobster is not considered to be fattening. It is low in calories and low in fat. The problem with lobster is the dip most people use for it. That is what can be fattening. Most people melt lemon butter and dip the lobster in it before eating it. This is what makes the lobster fattening. But in and of itself, lobster is not fattening. In a 3 ounce serving of lobster there are only 83 calories, 0.5 grams of fat and 0.1 grams of saturated fat. They do contain cholesterol but not a highly significant amount. In the same 3 ounce serving, there are only 61 mg of cholesterol. So no, lobster is not fattening.

by Susan White on Sat, 01/29/2011 - 13:34


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