Lobster tastes scrumptious and also contains good nutritional value. A number of methods are used to prepare different lobster dishes and the nutritional value in each of these preparations is different. The calorie content and details about different micronutrients in few tasteful lobster preparations are mentioned below in detail.
A small sized cooked lobster after removing shell contains a total of 114 calories of which 88% of the calories are obtained from proteins and the remaining 6% each from carbohydrate and fats. The total fat content in an equal serving of similarly prepared lobster is 0.68 grams, cholesterol content in it is 84 mg, sodium content in it is 826 mg, potassium content is 412 calories, carbohydrate content in it is 1.5 grams and protein content in it is 23.99 grams. One oz of cooked lobster without shell contains 27 calories, 100 grams contains a total of 97 calories and one frozen spiny lobster tail after cooking contains 101 calories.
A small sized broiled or baked lobster contains a total of 137 calories of which 72% of the calories come from proteins, 24% calories come from fat and the remaining 4% calories come from carbohydrates. The total fat content in an equal serving of similarly prepared lobster is 3.55 grams, carbohydrate content in it is 1.46 grams and protein content in it is 23.34 grams. 100 grams of this lobster preparation contains a total of 121 calories and one oz of baked lobster without shell contains 32 calories.
3 oz of canned lobster contains a total of 82 calories. One oz of this form of lobster contains 27 calories and one cup has 165 calories. Spiny lobster (mixed species) also tastes delicious. 3 oz of this lobster preparation contains 95 calories of which 79% of the calories come from proteins, 12% come from fat and the remaining 9% come from carbohydrates.