It is commonly known that fruits, vegetables and nuts are very good for your health. However, have you noticed that some of these foods have similar shape to some organs in your body? Well, that particular food is closely connected to the vitality and the health of that particular organ.

Organs in the Human Body

So here are some foods compared to the organs in the human body they look like and how they help that organ:

Carrots and Eyes

Organs in the Human Body

Notice that they have similar appearance. Also, if you do not have good eyesight, eating carrots can help you with that. They can make your blood flow better in your eyes.

Beans and Kidneys

Organs in the Human Body

Did the form of the bean reminded you of a kidney? You are right, they are connected, but not just in their form. The beans are very beneficial for the proper function of your kidneys.

Onion/Garlic and Cells

Organs in the Human Body

Cut the onion and the inside will definitely remind you of a cell under a microscope. Onion and garlic actually cleans all the toxins, the poisons, and the dangerous uncharged molecules from the cells. Like for example when our eyes wet during chopping onion, the onion cleans the outside part of our eyes.

Grapefruit and Breasts

Organs in the Human Body

All the citrus fruits, but mostly the grapefruit, are responsible for proper flow of the lymph in the breasts. Also, they are one of the natural remedies that can prevent breast cancer if you consume them regularly.

Celery and Bones

Organs in the Human Body

Surely celery reminds you of a structure of a bone. Celery and some other vegetables in the same category are good for strengthening the bones as well, since they feed the bone with calcium. Calcium is the most essential element for healthy bones, and the celery has the same amount of calcium in its structure as the bones do-23%. It is very important you consume calcium regularly otherwise you will have weak bones since they will absorb all the calcium you have in your organism.

Tomatoes and Heart

Organs in the Human Body

Not only they are both red, but they even have the same number of chambers. The heart has four just like the tomato does. Moreover, tomatoes contain all the iron and potassium that the blood and the heart need to perform their function and stay healthy.

Olives and Ovaries

Organs in the Human Body

Notice that the ovaries are round and small just like the olives. Well, they also help the ovaries stay healthy.

Avocadoes and Uterus

Organs in the Human Body

Tomatoes and pears are included here and all of them are beneficial. The weekly consumption of avocado does miracles for the uterus. The avocado takes nine months to ripe, but it actually normalizes the level of the hormones and can prevent cancer in the uterus.

Walnuts and Brain

Organs in the Human Body

The shell of the walnut will definitely remind you of the look of the brain. It looks wrinkled and it looks like it has two hemispheres, just like the brain. The walnut helps all the functions of the brain work properly since it helps in the production of neurons.

Sweet potatoes and Pancreas

Organs in the Human Body

Sweet potatoes normalize the levels of sugar in the bloodstream and keep the pancreas healthy.

Ginger and Stomach

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If you feel nausea or if your stomach bloats, the ginger is the vegetable that can help you. That is because it helps your digestive system do its job in a regular manner. That happens because the ginger is rich with enzymes that help the protein catalysis. Ginger prevents some stomach illnesses and conditions like cramps and ulcers.

Figs and Testicles

Organs in the Human Body

Notice that figs go in pairs just like testicles, and have similar shape. Figs have ingredients that help the spermatozoids move faster and thus keep the man more fertile.

Mushrooms and Ears

Organs in the Human Body

You are probably guessing. They are connected as well, and not just in shape but the mushrooms improve the hearing. The vitamin D that the mushroom is abundant of is the ingredient that makes your hearing better and it is beneficial for the structure of the bones in the ear. More specifically, those are the bones that connect the ears and the brain so the brain absorbs the information the ear has heard.