Foods That Keep Bodily Organs Healthy

Certain foods benefit certain parts of the body more than others.  To remember which foods help which parts of the body, most of the foods actually look like the body parts they are helping.  Below are some examples:

Figs – hang in trees when they grow

  • increases the mobility of male sperm
  • increases the number of sperm
  • overcome male sterility


Olives – looks like ovaries

  • assist the in the health and function of the ovaries


Eggplant, Avocados and Pears – looks like the womb and cervix of the female

  • It takes exactly 9 month so grow an avocado from blossom to ripened fruit
  • Avocado sheds unwanted birth weight and prevents cervical cancers


Citrus Fruits –  looks just like the mammary glands of the female

  • assist the health of the breasts and the movement of lymph in and out of the breasts


Sweet Potatoes – looks like the pancreas

  • balances the glycemic index of diabetics


Bananas – is yellow like the smiley face

  • eating a banana will cheer you up and put a smile on your face
  • an antidepressant drug since it adjusts the level of serotonin production in the brain


Walnut – looks like a brain

  • has a left and right hemisphere
  • helps develop over 3 dozen neuro-transmitters for brain function
  • supports brain function


Celery, Bok Choy and Rhubarb

  • 25% sodium just like our bones
  • The foods specifically target bone strength


Onion – looks like body cells

  • helps clear waste materials from all of  the body cells


Grapes – looks like the alveoli of the lungs

  • reduces the severity of asthma triggered by allergies

grapesBroccoli – looks like cancer cells

  • reduces the risk of cancer


Mushrooms – a slice of mushroom looks like the human ear

  • improves hearing abilities


Kidney Beans – looks exactly like a human kidney

  • heals and helps maintain kidney function


Tomato – looks like the heart

  • red
  • has 4 chambers
  • purifies the heart


Carrot – a sliced carrot looks like the eye

  • greatly enhances blood flow to the eyes
  • greatly enhances function of the eyes


Ginger – looks like the stomach

  • calms stomach and aids in digestion


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