Healthy foods that resemble parts of our body

Help your organs by eating them

If “you are what you eat,” then you’ll probably want to try eating more of these foods! All of the foods listed here bear a striking resemblance to the body part that they benefit health-wise.

Olives For ovaries

Olives resemble the female ovaries and are believed to be the best foods for them. They are rich in vitamin E, A and unsaturated fatty acids. For a healthy reproductive system eat olives.

Walnut for brain

Walnuts have a striking resemblance to the human brain, and have been recognized as one of the ultimate brain foods. Walnuts are a good source of omega-3, and have more antioxidants, folic acid and vitamin E than any other nut.

Grapefruits for breasts

Fruits such as the grapefruit are obviously round and resemble the shape of breasts. That’s not just a coincidence though! Grapefruit contains limonoids, which are known to help fight the development of cancer in the cells of human breasts.

Kidney beans for kidneys

These beans resemble the shape of kidneys and are a best remedy for kidney stones and other kidney-related problems. Drinking kidney bean water during the day can help reduce any pain associated with kidney stones.

Sweet potato for the pancreas

Sweet potato is good for diabetes, and since pancreas secrete insulin that reduces the sugar level, they are considered to be best foods for diabetic patients. Sweet potatoes have a low glycaemic index, therefore, it benefits the pancreas, especially in diabetic cases.

Carrot for eye

It is clear that a sliced carrot resembles an eye, it even has patterns of radiating lines that look just like the pupil and iris! Beta-carotene (what gives carrots their vibrant orange colour) helps to maintain healthy eyesight, protects against macular degeneration, and the development of cataracts.

Celery for bone

A stalk of celery resembles a bone, and they’re good for bones too. Celery contains silicon, which is part of what gives bones their strength. Here’s an astonishing fact: bones are 23% sodium, and celery is also 23% sodium.

Grapes for the lungs

A bunch of grapes resemble the alveoli present inside the lungs. A study has shown that resveratrol in red gapes can reduce the inflammation of the lungs and keep the lungs healthy.

Tomato for the heart

When you cut open a tomato, you will find chambers inside it just like the ones you see in a heart. Drinking tomato juice daily can reduce the risk of heart diseases and diabetes.

Mushroom for ear

A sliced mushroom has the shape and resemblance of a human ear, and mushrooms are good for ear health! They are a great source of vitamin D, which is essential for preventing hearing loss. So hear me out: eat your mushrooms.

Ginger for Stomach

Ginger looks like the stomach and aids in digestion! Ginger has been used for centuries as a natural remedy for stomach health. Gingerol, the ingredient that gives ginger it’s strong scent and taste, is listed in the USDA database of phytochemicals as having the ability to prevent nausea and vomiting.

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