- Vitamin E – promotes skin and eye health; helps promote stronger bones and proper blood clotting
- Copper – takes part in energy production; improves bone health; helps collagen production
- Selenium – fights inflammation; improves heart health
- Phosphorus – helps to build healthier bones
Choose wild lobster – it is fresher and healthier. Ask when it was caught – it should not be earlier than a couple of weeks ago.
Never buy a lobster more than 48 hours before you want to cook it. Keep the rubber bands on its claws. Slightly dampen a newspaper in saltwater, wrap the lobster, and place it in a container with ice in the bottom. Store in the fridge. Check on the lobster every 5 hours. If the newspaper has dried out, replace with a damp one. Check if the lobster responds to touch in its tail. Should the lobster die, discard it immediately.