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

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Food That Looks Like Body Parts

When it comes to your immune system, its function, processes and capabilities, it is truly mind-blowing.

Mother Nature knew exactly what she was doing in taking care of human beings, both physically and mentally. She has equipped you with all the protection mechanisms you will ever need.

Along with an abundance of nutritious fruit and vegetables that perfectly complement the human body’s needs, particularly its organs, gland, and cells.

In this post, I highlight seven of these amazing superfoods alongside the organs and cells they complement.

Below I have highlighted the significant bits for you, just if you’re on a tight schedule.

Click the link you want to start with or, by all means, continue.

The 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?

Walnuts (brain)

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The walnut looks exactly like the brain. When you look at it, 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.

Walnuts 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)

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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)

tomatoes-are-important-for-heart-and-blood-healthTomatoes 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-root-has-been-used-for-centuries-for-stomach-problemsThis particular root looks like your stomach, and it has numerous medicinal properties.

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

Sweet Potatoes (pancreas)

sweet-potatoes-help-the-pancreas-secret-insulinSweet 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)

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This one is undoubtedly a no brainer.

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

Onions (cells & eyes)

onions-help-clear-waste-from-human-cellsOnions 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)

avocados-helps-balance-both-male-and-female hormonesThis fruit is one of the most incredible 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.

This super fruit looks 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.

Stay Safe, Stay Healthy, Stay Strongabout-mitch-co-founder-of-immune-system-com-in grand-cayman

Mitch X:-).

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

11 thoughts on “Walnuts Look Like Little Brains & That’s Only The Beginning

  1. Shia says:

    Woww this is really interesting to read the fact that the vegetables look like the organs is mental makes sense though. I had to show my daughter we had a read through together ? very informative keep up the fab work Mitch.

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    1. Mitch says:

      Great to see you again, Shia,

      Yes, it’s incredible, don’t you think, and it makes sense!

      I was blown away when I found out about the link between the food we eat and our actual body parts ? I’m so pleased you had a look at it with your daughter, that’s awesome.

      It’s nice to know you both took something away from the post.

      Celery is another food that contains 23% sodium and looks just like bones; they also contain silicon, great for the structure and strengthening of bones and red wine for its blood-thinning properties.

      As you can see, there are a few more to add to the list.

      Can you think of any? It would be interesting to know.

      Hope to hear from you soon.

      MitchX:-).

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  2. Dominique says:

    Hi. Thanks for this article on walnuts. They are beneficial in many ways. I know that the greek word for walnuts is the ancient greek word for brain, that absolutely makes sense. When I was younger I didn’t really like the tast eof walnuts, I found them really blant. Nowadays, I can’t stop eating them, and wondering what made me dislike them so much back then!

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    1. Mitch says:

      Hey Dominique,

      I hope all is well, always lovely to see you, 

      I get that; I never liked walnuts when I was young either. About eight years ago, I suffered from really high cholesterol levels, and I was prescribed medication. 

      One of my work friends brought me in some walnuts and dark chocolate, both of which help lower ‘LDL’ levels, “bad” cholesterol.

      I was glad to eat them and the dark chocolate that I hate; I prefer milk chocolate, I also modified my diet slightly, and in no time at all, my levels were back to normal.

      Ever since then, I’ve loved walnuts; I think as we grow, we realise the goodness of things we once dislike, and that mindset makes everything taste better.

      Over time, we get used to the tastes we initially dislike and as long as we keep thinking about the benefits,it goes down a whole lot easier.

      Have a wonderful day till next time.

      Mitch X:-).

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  3. Beth Wiens says:

    Hi Mitch, this is a really cool article! Knowing what the foods look like in comparison to the human body is a great way to remember their benefits! Kinda crazy, too, that they look like what they help. I love walnuts and that when I eat them I know that I’m eating something packed with health and Omega3s. Really, really interesting that the avocado takes 9 months to reach fruition, just like a baby takes 9 months to grow. Amazing!

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    1. Mitch says:

      Hiya Beth,

      I thought so, too; I was amazed at how much they look exactly like the the human parts they complement. 

      I genuinely believe that humankind has been provided with a plant or herb that has the power to prevent, treat, and cure every ailment known to man.

      The way they look is no coincidence; the avocado takes 9mths; you are so right, what a fantastic phenomenon and so essential to the mother and unborn child, to the creation of life itself.

      Pretty awe-inspiring 👌🏽

      Thanks for taking the time to join in the discussion; I appreciated it.

      Have a fabulous weekend.

      Mitch X:-).

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  4. JJ says:

    This is so interesting. I need to take this into consideration when accepting or rejecting certain foods. I have never liked walnuts, but at 68 years old, I am going to forget about trying to like it and just add it to my grocery list every week. I am choosing to eat it. Those foods I have been skimping on , like carrots and avocados, need at special place in my basket. I need to eat more of them. Thank you for this new knowledge.

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    1. Mitch says:

      Hey JJ,

      I was the same a few years back; it’s not till I had a health scare ( high cholesterol levels) at what I consider a relatively early age that I began to think differently.

      It began with Aloe Vera, for me, a bitter tasing plant extremely beneficial to health, also known as the ‘doctor plant’. I’ll be doing a post all about it real soon.

      I now eat lots of really good things that I wouldn’t even entertain before, such as spinach, fish, walnuts, and lots more.

      As we get older common sense and the need to take better care of ourselves and our nutritional intake overrides everything.

      I was surprised at how some of the foods I thought would taste bad were quite tasty.

      I also use a trick where I blend foods in soups and stews to hide the taste of things that I may not like so much, and It works like a charm on the family.

      I hope you manage to pop some of those healthy items in your shopping trolly; you really won’t be disappointed if you persevere. Once you start consuming certain foods, you really do feel and see the benefits.

      See you again soon, and let me know how you’re getting on.

      Mitch X:-).

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  5. Dragan says:

    Very interesting post. I may have noticed some of the above forms in the mentioned plants, but obviously, I never thought about it. Now is the opportunity to read this post to look at the incredible similarities of certain fruits and vegetables with human organs and the properties and influence they have on them.
    The author of the post prudently and interestingly presented the stated data, and in the word picture, he presented what would certainly be interesting and educational for us.
    The text, as the author himself emphasized, is informative and does not interfere with the scientific side, it does not offend anyone’s expertise. I find this very interesting, but also useful.

    Reply
  6. Dragan says:

    Very interesting post. I may have noticed some of the above forms in the mentioned plants, but obviously, I never thought about it. Now is the opportunity to read this post to look at the incredible similarities of certain fruits and vegetables with human organs and the properties and influence they have on them.
    The author of the post prudently and interestingly presented the stated data, and in the word picture, he presented what would certainly be interesting and educational for us.
    The text, as the author himself emphasized, is informative and does not interfere with the scientific side, it does not offend anyone’s expertise. I find this very interesting, but also useful.

    Reply
    1. Mitch says:

      Good Day Dragan,

      Thanks for stopping by, and so pleased you found my post interesting and informative.

      There is indeed a plant or herb on this beautiful and unique planet that we inhabit.

      A plant or herb that has the power to prevent, treat, and cure every ailment known to man; we have been abundantly provided.

      I hope you visit again very soon and join in the discussion once again.

      Wishing you a fabulous weekend.

      Mitch X:-).

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