These Foods Resemble Body Organs – They Treat

Did you know that there is a connection between the shape of fruits and vegetables and the organs they treat? The connection does exist, and it is extremely logical.

The cross section of carrot looks like the human eye. Science has shown that carrot stimulates the blood flow in the body and improves the function of the eyes.


The intersection of tomato shows that this vegetable has a look that resembles the heart. Because of the Lycopene in the tomato, the risk of developing heart diseases is reduced.


Walnut looks like a brain, and the wrinkles and creases of the core resemble the cerebral cortex. It is scientifically proven that walnuts help in the development of the brain function. Walnuts contain lots of omega -- fatty acids.


Celery is a plant which has similarities with our bones. Our bones contain 23% sodium which is the exact amount of sodium in the celery as well. It has been proved that celery supplements our skeleton’s needs.



Figs are full of seeds and hang in twos when they grow.

Figs increase the mobility of male sperm and increase the numbers of sperm as well to overcome male sterility.






Avocado is very beneficial for ovaries and uterus, and when it comes to its looks, you guessed it – it looks similar with the uterus. By eating only one avocado a week you will prevent ovarian and cervical cancer. Hormones will also be balanced thanks to the avocado.




If you cut Agaricus campestris (type of mushrooms) in half you will certainly find similarities to its look to the look of the human ear(s). Mushrooms improve hearing as they are one of the few foods rich in vitamin D. This is an important vitamin for the overall health of the bones.


Pancreas has its similarities with the sweet potato. Thanks to  the sweet potato, the pancreas can easily balance sugar levels in the blood.


Grapefruit and other citrus-like fruits look like breasts. The Grapefruit assists in moving the lymph glances through the breast thus preventing breast cancer.


The Red color of the wine  reminds us of  the color of our blood. When consumed in reasonable quantities, red wine reduces the risk of blood clots and the risk of getting diseases that are associated with heart disease and stroke.