Foods That Look Like Body Parts


Walnuts Look Like Little Brains & That’s Just The Beginning

Mother Nature knew exactly what she was doing in taking care of you and me, both physically and mentally.

We have been equipped with all the protective mechanisms we will ever need, starting with our immune systems.

We have also been provided with an abundance of fruit and vegetables that are not only vital to the normal, healthy function of organs, glands and cells in our body’s, they uncannily look exactly like them.

Check out seven of these amazing superfoods alongside the organs, glands and cells they complement.

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Walnuts (brain)

Your brain is your engine room, the master of your immune system and nervous system. It regulates and controls every single cell, organ and gland in your body.

What is also absolutely amazing is that Mother Nature has provided foods that look like the body’s organs and glands.

How coincidental is that?


When you take a closer look at Walnut, you can see the folds separating the left and right hemisphere, just like that of the brain.

The nutritional value is through the roof, and it helps the brain grow and function as it should and they have more Omega 3 than any other nut in the world.

The Walnut helps counteract cognitive decline and neurogenic diseases, such as Alzheimer and Senile Dementia.

Carrots (eyes)

Not just an old wife’s tale.

If you look at a sliced carrot, you will notice that it looks exactly like the human eye.

Science has shown us time and time again that vitamin A contained in carrots help improve eye vision.

Tomatoes (heart  & blood)


Tomatoes are red and have four chambers, just like the human heart. Research has shown that the nutrition found in tomatoes is essential for heart and blood health.

Bok Choy (bones)

bok-choy-is-full-of-calciumBox Chou is a very nutritious vegetable filled with Calcium, and the stems look like bones.

Calcium is vital for bone development and strength and helps prevent Osteoporosis.

Ginger (stomach)


Ginger is a root vegetable that looks very much like your stomach including the intestines and it has numerous medicinal properties.

It has been used for centuries to treat stomach ache, stomach problems and nausea.

Sweet Potatoes (pancreas)


Sweet potato looks like the human pancreas, which is the organ responsible for secreting insulin that allows glucose (body sugar) to get to all cells of your body.

Those sweet potatoes help the pancreas to work well.

Kidney Beans (kidneys)


This one is undoubtedly a no brainer, looking exactly like the organ it compliments.

Kidney beans are deep read and the same shape as your kidney; they help prevent and combat kidney disease.

Onions (cells & eyes)


Onions are super healthy, and if you cut one in half, you will see that the rings resemble human body cells.

The nutrition onions provide help remove the waste from your cells.

When chopping them, your eyes begin to water; this offers your eyes a welcome natural eyewash.

Avocado (hormones male/female)

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An Avocado is one of the most vitamin and minerals packed superfoods on the planet!

Avocado balances out hormones for both male and females. The correct balance of hormones is crucial for a healthy pregnancy in women.

Looking uncannily like the shape of the female womb and what’s even more mind-blowing is that it takes nine months to grow to full fruition, precisely the same time as a human baby.

Mother Nature Is Truly Remarkable

Mother Nature is truly remarkable; she has provided you with an abundance of healthy options without using human-made prescription drugs.

As always, all contributions to the discussion are always encouraged and always very much appreciated.

Mitch X:-).

Stay Safe, Stay Healthy, Stay Strong

*Please note that this post’s information is for general information and not a substitute for healthcare professionals’ expertise and judgment.

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