27. Seaweed Nori
Dried edible seaweed (red algae species), is a Japanese staple often associated with sushi. It is available in some supermarkets, and certainly in those with Asian food items.
It has protein, soluble fiber, Vitamins C, E and all the B vitamins, and minerals such as zinc and copper. It also contains some lesser-known sterols and chlorophyll, which have been investigated for their effects on regulating metabolism.
Nori has some beneficial effects on fat metabolism, immune function and anti-tumor response. Nori does not have a strong odor or flavor, and the paper-thin sheets can be torn and soaked in broth, then added to food, or just added dry.