Before God created man he first created all the foods we should eat: fruits, vegetables and grains. These contain all that we need for life. All of the vitamins, minerals and other nutrients we need to maintain a healthy body and control body weight are in these foods. Remarkably, some foods often resemble the organs of the body they most affect.
Remember when you mom used to tell you carrots were good for your eyes? She was right. A sliced carrot looks like the human eye. Cut a slice off a carrot and have a look. The pattern looks just like the pupil, iris and radiating lines of the human eye. Beside the Vitamin A and fiber carrots provide abundantly, research shows carrots greatly enhance blood flow to the eyes and improve eye performance.
I've heard for years that tomatoes were good for the heart as well as the prostate. Cut a logo in half. The tomato is red and has four chambers. The heart has four chambers and is red from oxygen rich blood. Research continues to show that tomatoes are loaded with lycopene and are indeed pure heart and blood health food.
Grapes hang in clusters that resemble the shape of the heart. Each grape looks like a blood cell. Interesting is not it. Research today shows grapes are heart and blood vitalizing food. They are full of nutrients, contribute to the alkaline balance of the body, contribute to kidney health and are a good source of quick energy. Resveratrol from grapes and grape skins has been shown recently to provide all sorts of heart-healthy benefits and to reduce plaque build-up and to enrich blood flow.
A walnut looks like a little brain. The shell even has the little ridges and folds we see on a brain. When you crack the shell open, the nut inside looks like the left and right hemispheres and the upper and lower cerebrums. Even the wrinkles or folds on the nut are just like the neo-cortex. We know walnuts help develop more than three dozen neuron-transmitters for brain function. They are a staple food for cancer patients. Walnuts are low in fat, are full of nutrients, support the immune system and help enhance memory and brain function.
Kidney beans actually heal and help maintain kidney function. They look exactly like the human kidneys. They are full of enzymes that inhibit sulfite build-up, thus cleaning the kidneys. Besides contributing to a strong immune system, kidney beans are a rich source of soluble fiber, which helps remove cholesterol and keep the digestive tract clean and working effectively.
Celery, bok choy, rhubarb and similar foods resemblance bones. These foods are important to bone health and strength. Bones are 23% sodium. Similarly, these foods contain 23% sodium, higher than most foods. To maintain proper pH the body pulls sodium, potassium and other minerals from the bones, so making them weak. These foods replenish the skeletal needs of the body by replenishing sodium and potassium. In addition, they are a rich source of Vitamin C, are high in dietary fiber, are full of electrolytes necessary to prevent muscle cramping and contain a number of cancer fighting coumarins.
Avocadoes, eggplant and pears look just like the organs of the womb and cervix of the female. The 20 vitamins, minerals and other nutrients of the avocado alone help balance hormones, shed undesired birth weight, and prevent cervical cancers. They say it takes nine months to grow an avocado from blossom to ripened fruit. There are an estimated 14,000 photolytic chemical constituents of nutrition in each one of these foods. Avocadoes are rich in healthy monounsaturated fats, are cholesterol free and promote a healthy immune system. They are also an excellent first food for children.
Figs are full of seeds and hang in twos when they grow, similar to the male scrotum. Figs help increase the mobility and number of male sperm. These fruits contain vitamin A, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, calcium, iron, phosphorus, manganese, sodium, potassium and chlorine. As all the good foods God provides us, figs have a number of other benefits, including constipation relief, cholesterol balance, weight loss, reduced hypertension, blood sugar control and the many benefits of fiber.
Sweet potatoes and yams look like the pancreas. These heart-healthy tuber help to balance the glycemic index of diabetics. They are rich in Vitamin A, potassium and complex carbohydrates. Just like the pancreas, sweet potatoes keep blood sugar stable. They are rich in fiber and aid in digestion and help support a healthy intestinal tract. They also are beneficial to stabilize blood pressure, prevent colon cancer and in weight control.
The Vitamin E, mono-saturated fats and phytonutrients in olives assist the health and function of the ovaries, which are similar in size and shape to the olive fruit. In modern days olives are used primarily to produce olive oil, but the fruit itself is rich in benefits. The polyphenols and flavonoids found in olives have significant anti-inflammatory properties and may be beneficial in the prevention of some cancers.
Oranges, grapefruit, and other citrus fruits look just like the mammary glands of the female. They assist the health of the breasts and the movement of lymph in and out of the breasts. Containing essential nutrients like calcium, copper, folate, potassium, magnesium, niacin and vitamin B6 citrus fruits promote a healthy immune system, promote healthy cholesterol and aid in weight control. Packed with Vitamin C, these fruits also aid in healthy skin, calcium and Vitamin D absorption and help fight off colds.
Onions and garlic are similar in appearance to the body's cells. They help clear waste materials from all of the body cells and produce tears which wash the epithelial layers of the eyes. Onions have antibacterial and antifungal properties and are beneficial to balanced cholesterol, blood pressure and blood sugar. They are also beneficial to cancer prevention and to respiratory ailments.
Fruits and vegetables abound to provide us with all that we need to live healthy, productive lives. Many resemblance body organs and help promote the health of these organs, as well as the rest of the body. Instead of reaching for processed foods low in nutrients, reach for something God made naturally.