Salmon 

Salmon is definitely one of the healthiest meats – it contains lots of nutrients like omega-3 fatty acids, B vitamins, it also helps with weight loss by promoting satiety.  

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Milk 

The bone-boosting calcium, milk also contains a host of other important nutrients such as protein, potassium, phosphorus and vitamin B12. 

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Shellfish 

Shellfish are rarely a common feature in our diets. Food such as scallops, clams, mussels are excellent sources of vitamin B12 which helps to regulate red blood cell production.

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Egg yolk 

Eggs are common foods in most Singaporean diets and they have good reason to be. The health concerns raised about their high cholesterol content, eggs provide lots of healthy vitamins.

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Kale 

Kale is one of the best leafy green vegetables for your health as it is abundant in vitamins C, A, K1 and B6, as well as dietary fibre, minerals and anti-oxidants. 

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Seaweed 

Seaweed is a type of vegetable that grows in the ocean rather than on the land so it is able to absorb minerals from the seawater directly. 

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Garlic 

Garlic is an indispensable ingredient in the kitchen because of its ability to spice up any dish, but this root vegetable also happens to be very good for health. 

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Potatoes 

Potatoes are a staple food in many European fares due to their filling nature. Apart from that, potatoes are also high in vitamin C, B vitamins and a wide variety of other minerals. 

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Blueberries 

blueberries are especially high in nutrients. Blueberries are particularly great for boosting brain health – some scientific studies have found that blueberry improves memory.

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Dark chocolate 

Desserts tend to fare poorly in the health department, but dark chocolate is a notable exception. The cocoa in dark chocolate is full of health benefits.

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