Everyone knows that fruits and vegetables are good for our body. But it turns out that some products reflect parts of the body and provide nutrients. Coincidence? Maybe… Although the following foods that are good for the whole body, this list is hilarious coincidence also remind you of what you need to eat to solve specific problems.
Carrot and Eyes
If you cut a carrot crosswise, it is easy to see that this vegetable resembles an eye. It turns out carrots also helpful for eye health. It has many vitamins and antioxidants, such as beta-carotene, which reduce the likelihood of macular degeneration that is the cause of vision loss in the elderly.
Walnut and Brain
Pleated and wrinkled a walnut bring to mind another human organ: the brain. Even the shape of the nut resembles that organ. A division of walnut into two halves still looks like the division of the brain into left and right hemisphere. And the similarity is not surprising, walnuts are often called the “food for brain”. They have a very high content of omega-3 fatty acids that help support its function.
Celery and Bones
Long stalks of celery look like bones and is also useful for them. Celery is a rich source of silicon, which is part of the molecular structure of the bones. Another funny coincidence: bones, like celery, contain 23% sodium.
Avocado and Uterus
Kampochora the shape of the avocado resembles the uterus. Avocado supports reproductive health. It’s a good source of folic acid, which reduces the risk of cervical dysplasia which is a precancerous condition.
Shellfish and Testicles
It turns out that the clams that look like testicles, are actually beneficial for male genital organs. Studies conducted in the Netherlands found that supplementing the diet with folic acid and zinc contained in the shellfish in large quantity can have a significant impact on improving the quality of sperm in men.
Grapefruit and Breasts
The similarity between round citrus and chest can be more than just a coincidence. Grapefruit contains substances called limonoids, which inhibit the development of breast cancer.