There’s no question that maintaining a nutritious diet can help keep your body healthy. But when it comes to which foods can specifically benefit which body parts, science remains surprisingly sketchy. But nature gives us a big clue as to what foods help what part of our body.
A sliced Carrot looks like the human eye. According to science, eating carrots greatly enhances blood flow to the eyes. Carrot gets their orange color from a plant chemical called beta-carotene, which reduces the risk of developing cataracts.
Grapes hang in clusters that resemble the shape of the heart. Each grape looks like a blood cell. 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 Tomato has four chambers and is red. The heart has four chambers and is red. All of the research shows tomatoes are loaded with lycopene and are indeed pure heart and blood food.
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.