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Natural Foods Resembling Human Body Parts

I was amazed to know the striking similarity between food itmes and body parts. Take a look at food items resembling body parts in this article. Some food items that resembles body parts include carrots and eye, kidney beans and kidney, celery, ruhbarb and bones, bean sprouts and male sperms, grapes and lungs, mushroom and ear, tomato and heart, avocados and uterus, walnuts and brain.

Majority of us know that carrots are good for eyesight, but there are various other vegetables and fruits available in the market that is useful for us in one way or the other. How to find out which food items contain what nutrient and what part of the body is going to be benefited by a particular food item? God knew that we humans would get confused with this question and therefore created food items resembling human body parts and gave us some clues. Take a look at the foods that resembles human body parts and their nutritive value.

Carrots and eyes:

Have you ever noticed the striking similarity between a slice of a carrot and a human eye? If you take a closer look at the sliced carrot, you may even be able to see radiating lines pattern that is similar to the parts of the eye, namely, pupil and iris. Studies have proved that carrots are indeed good for health as they contain lots of vitamins, anti-oxidants, beta-carotene, etc. It is the beta-carotene in carrots that helps in reducing the risk of cataracts, which is a more common problem related to eyes.

Celery, rhubarb and bones:

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Celery and rhubarb looks very similar to bones in the human body. Sodium is very much essential for our body. If we don’t consume food items that have sodium, our body takes the necessary sodium from the bones. When this happens, our bones become weak. According to recent studies, it is proved that “Bones are 23% sodium and food items such as celery and rhubarb also contains 23% sodium.” Oh…what an excellent coincidence.

Bean sprouts and male sperms:

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Yet another food item resembling human body part; yes, it is the bean sprouts. They resemble male sperms. A study was conducted at Cleveland Clinic in Ohio on the requirements to make a healthy sperm. It was found that to make healthy sperm, one would require Vitamin C as well as anti-oxidants in order to protect them from getting damaged. By eating half-a-cup of bean sprouts, one would get 16% of Vitamin C.

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  1. very nice…thanks

  2. Very interesting post! I only know that walnut resembles a human’s brain before your post. :-) liked it.

  3. This IS quite fascinating. I never in my life related the food to the body the way you do. Good Job!!!!!!

    The heat is gone and it is pouring buckets out there!

  4. great share !!

  5. very interesting and useful post. I have heard about something resembles our bones, but forgot what’s that.
    Oh, I like bean sprouts…..

  6. I will never look at bean sprouts the same way again.

  7. How you came up with such great stuff is beyond me. This was one hell of a research. Keep it up.

  8. Great Work…thanks for sharing.

  9. The banana and the, well, you know…

  10. Excellent instruction and great information. Thanks for sharing, 5* plus recommendation!

  11. Very interesting post, you have given me much to think about.

  12. Wow! Interesting!

  13. WELL DONE FOR THIS ONE CHEERS

  14. @Wiggles18 – lol . Nice comparison, friend. Very nicely done.

  15. Actually the creature that really looks like us is the frog. It is quite surprising to hear that, until you see the skinned frog in the laboratory.

  16. Yeah, I’ve heard about this. Very interesting.

  17. Nice

  18. A very informative post.

  19. This one is so interesting. =)

  20. This is certainly a novel way of looking at vegetables. A very good post.

    Christine

  21. Very interesting article, I have some idea about walnut and one or more vegetable, but you have presented a detailed list.

    Excellent work and research!!

  22. Wooowwh…. perfect comparison… really.. wowwwh

  23. nice read. I’m very familiar with the bean sprouts.

  24. very interesting post.

  25. Eye-opening, thanks!

    What about the tomato and the heart?

  26. great comparison. Very interesting information.

  27. @1hopefulman, the comparison between tomato and heart is in the next page.

  28. @Starpieces, it is cereal and rhubarb that resembles bones and I’ve provided it in the next page.

  29. @Starpieces, it is celery and rhubarb that resembles bones and I\’ve provided it in the next page.

  30. informative post. liked it

  31. lovely comparison

  32. excellent research – easy to understand. should be part of biology textbooks

  33. I can’t help it but must say it again – a very creative and fantastic writer! Great titles, interesting and well researched subjects, accurate and very helpful and informative articles with a beautiful way of pulling it all together with a lovely flow and great writing style. Nice work…

  34. What an interesting article! It never occurred to me that food could resemble the human body.

  35. really close resemblance!

  36. Nice share

  37. Very helpful post.

  38. Very nice post! Never really gave this any thought to compair body parts to fruits and vegs.

  39. Perhaps the Great Designer, our Creator has given some hints here to keep us healthy. There might be other special designed foods – have to keep looking!

  40. I had never noticed but I believe you are right.

  41. Sorry, I didn’t see that there was another page. I guess I should eat more carrots. LOL

  42. Yes, it’s interesting how they resemble each other sometimes! I think I remember reading something similar to this a few months ago. I think the auther was Hazeeb.

  43. hey…its a very interesting post…really needful food resembles to our body organs..

  44. Fascinating! Good job!

  45. Some great resemblances. Enjoyed the read. Thanks friend :)

  46. really a fascinating read, and great research.

  47. I have heard about all of the info myself. Glad you posted it.

  48. Interesting,

  49. Very insightful on your part.

  50. The sperm bit intrigued me! LOL!

  51. God probably made it that way to make it easier for us to identify what foods are good for which parts of the body.

  52. The sperm and sprouts looks so identical. That was really really enjoyable. How u get such different ideas?

  53. cool, but I might want to blindfold my eyes at times when I want to eat now, lol!

  54. :)

  55. Its amazingtht I never paid attention to the resemblence between the two before.An amazing article and will pay closer attention the next time I buy these mentioned foods.

  56. I got this ick feeling when I read about the bean spouts. Good piece.

  57. nice comparison with nice photos.

  58. Unique article.

  59. Indeed, Unique comparison! but, what does all this tell us ?

  60. Is this from a encyclopedia about food? i have seen it before & am sure its from a book that i really want but can’t think of the name of it?!

  61. Just read this in New Scientist and it got me googline and I found your page http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn20378-broccoli-helps-clear-damaged-lungs.html also I had a vague recollection of the food looking like the organs it benefits thing the other day when my dad had bought some cuckwheat (good for circulation) and I noted how it looked heart-shaped…

  62. sorry buckwheat… typing fail!

  63. Wow..awsome article..

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    Health
    Vitality
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    Medicine
    Restoration
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