The guide to eating healthily is as simple as picking the right foods and eating in the right amounts and proportions.

The top 10 healthy foods

excess consumption of omega-3 fatty acids can have a negative impact so limit your salmon consumption to once or twice a week.

1. Salmon

there's lactose-free variants for those who happen to be intolerant, and goat's milk is a popular alternative for individuals whose digestive system is sensitive to cow's milk.

2. Milk

Shellfish are rarely a common feature in our diets, but they should be. Food such as scallops, clams, mussels and oysters are excellent sources of vitamin B12

3. Shellfish

Eggs are common foods in most Singaporean diets, and they have good reason to be. Despite the health concerns raised about their high cholesterol content,

4. Egg yolk

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.

5. Kale

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.

6. Seaweed

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.

7. Garlic

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.

8. Potatoes

Almost all fruits are good for health in some way, but blueberries are especially high in nutrients. Blueberries are particularly great for boosting brain health

9. Blueberries

Dark chocolate is so good for your health that you can eat it every day. One small square of chocolate a day will boost your health significantly.

10. Dark chocolate