Latok is a kind of seaweed, a traditional food of the Sea Bajau ethnic that lives along the seashore in the district of Semporna in Sabah. This seaweed is believed to have nutritional values and thus is beneficial to its consumer. Some of the nutrients are collagen and other nutrients, said to help maintain youthfulness, treat cancer, and nurture the blood's well-being, the bone, muscle, and functions of the vein. Latok is eaten with rice and grilled shark fish. The seaweed can also be eaten raw with a sprinkle of lime juice as well as chilies and soy sauce.