Tomatoes – Heart
The tomato is very reminiscent on the human heart, especially if you look at it cut in half. It has chambers and is red inside, just like the heart. According to studies, tomatoes are rich in iron and potassium, so they are great for the blood and heart.
Nut – The brain
The nut core looks like a brain. There are left and right hemisphere and the folds look like the brain cortex. It is generally known that nuts create neural transmitters for brain function.
Celery – Bones
Celery resembles the bones and really affects their strength. Bones are containing 23% sodium, same as this kind of food. If you do not consume enough sodium from food, your body will draw it from the bones which then will weaken. Therefore, eat celery.
Avocado – Uterus
Every woman should have this in mind. Avocados, eggplants and pears have beneficial effect on the health of the uterus. If a woman eats one avocado a week, the hormones will stabilize and prevent creating cancer on the uterus and ovaries. Further interesting fact is that it takes exactly nine months for the avocado flower to mature into fruit.
Sweet potato – Pancreas
Sweet potato is much like the human pancreas, because it acts so that it balances blood sugar.
Carrot – Eyes
Parents always used to tell us to eat carrots to have better vision. Indeed in section the carrot strips look much like the human eye. Look at a cut piece of carrot and practically you can see the pupil, iris and ray lines of the human eye.
Citrate – Breast
Oranges and citrus fruits do resemble like female breasts, and also help in the movement of the lymph through them, preventing cancer.
Ginger – Stomach
Ginger resembles the stomach, and the fact is that it relieves its discomfort and flatulence. Contains enzymes that are responsible for catalysis of proteins in food that help in digestion and prevent cramps, origins of ulcer, damage to the lining etc…
Mushrooms – Ear
A mushroom cut in half looks much like the human ear. Mushrooms improve hearing and are one of the few foods that contain vitamin D, which is important for bone health, even the small bones that are found in the ear.