I’m someone who likes to graze and nibble throughout the day so instead of making a proper meal for lunch I usually make myself a snack plate with lots of veggies to stop me from raiding the entire kitchen. P.S I’m going through such a guacamole phase at the moment! 💚🙌 #snack #attack #veggies #eatyourgreens #avo (at enter giveaway! #mbgetsactive )
FOOD PREP YUMM👅👅 // dukkah baked veggies (pumpkin, cauliflower, onion, capsicum) straight outta the oven + stocked up on bananas & pears + planning my life out in my @lornajaneactive diary💭 soon going to make my school lunch for tomorrow from some leftover corn & sweet potato🌽 feeling organized is the besttt👌 (at earth-emily.tumblr.com)
Eating the right food is
important for a healthy, happy and prosperous lifestyle.
If you want to begin eating
healthy, it might be an over-whelming decision as to where to begin and who knows what does what! BUT… all you really need
to do is look at what body part it resembles
Here is a list of foods that
resemble what body parts they are good for
Carrot - Eye
Slice a carrot in half crosswise and voila - if you look close enough you can notice the pattern that
resembles the pupil and the iris. So if you want to improve your eyesight…
munch on those carrots. They contain vitamins, and antioxidants such as beta-
carotene so your eyes stay at the top of their game!
Ginger – Stomach
Ginger is known to help nausea and
relax the stomach. It contains Gingerol – an ingredient listed in the USDA
database of phytochemicals as having the ability to prevent nausea and vomiting
but that’s not all… It also aids in digestion. So if you want to keep things in
your stomach “flowing” make ginger a must in your diet
Celery - Bone
Celery resembles bones! Bones are 23% sodium and so is
celery – this connection cannot just be a mere coincidence…
Celery also contains silicon which is part of the molecular structure
that gives bones strength
Grapes – Lungs
Grapes resemble the alveoli of the lungs. Eating grapes,
especially heirloom concord grapes have shown to reduce the risk of lung
cancer. The seeds in grapes are also good for you as they contain a chemical (proanthocyanidin)
that reduces allergies and asthma.
Avocados – Uterus
The avocados support reproductive health. They contain folic
acid and have the ability to not only balance hormones but also prevent
cervical cancer. Did you know that it takes 9 months for an avocado to grow
fully? - Which is the exact same time as it takes for a baby to develop inside
Sweet Potato –
The sweet potato is shaped almost exactly as the pancreases.
Sweet potatoes are high in beta-carotene which is a potent antioxidant and
protects all tissues in our body. Sweet potatoes also prevent aging and fight
Tomato – Heart
Tomatoes have many chambers that resemble the structure of
the heart. Since tomatoes have lots of lycopene, they help reduce risk for
heart disease and help with blood flow. They also contain loads of vitamin C,
and that is crucial for a healthy heart.
Walnut – Brain
The resemblance is just striking! The walnut is known as the
one of the ultimate brain foods as they are an excellent source of omega 3,
antioxidants, folic acid and vitamin E.