Lobsters have the most protein and EPA/DHA of any invertebrate. With lean flounder, you get a high-protein, low-calorie lunch.
This dish's calories are manageable because shrimp and steak are lean proteins. Steak should be 3–4 cooked ounces.
The sirloin, lobster, and shrimp in these recipes provide protein for satiety and muscle growth. Depending on preparation, they may be heavy in saturated fat and salt.
The lobster pair (no sides) has 560 calories, 51 grammes of fat, 24 grammes of saturated fat, 1,150 milligrams sodium, and 25 grammes protein.
The protein is perfect for one meal, but the saturated fat and salt are 120% and 50% of your daily limit, respectively.
Potatoes include antioxidants, vitamin C, vitamin B6, potassium, and more, and virtually everyone enjoys them. Lobster with baked potatoes offer 350 calories of protein and fibre.
Fiber and protein act together to balance blood sugar after a meal. 9 grammes of fibre and 46 grammes of protein make this salmon dish filling.
Rainbow fish provides lean protein with minimal calories and saturated fat. It also contains omega-3 fatty acids, which are healthy for your heart.
This meal "may also be high in salt and calories, depending on the preparation techniques and extra ingredients utilized," like other Red Lobster healthy options.