What Foods Are Good For You? Mother Nature Offers Clues
Specific foods hold clues to the body systems they help the most.
It's not nice to fool Mother Nature, not to mention it's a tough thing to do.
She's one sharp cookie!
Before centrifuges and microscopes mankind observed animals in order to find out what was good to eat and what wasn't. Along the way Mother Nature left us some very important clues.
Hey Ma, how do you know carrots are good for your eyes? Well, did you ever see a rabbit wearing glasses? Bah dump bah! Fact is carrots enhance blood flow to your eyes. Interestingly enough, a slice of carrot closely resembles the human eye right down to the pupil & iris. These "clues" are predominant through out nature.
Tomatoes have four chambers, are red and great for your heart.
Grapes grow in heart shaped clusters and resemble blood cells. Walnuts resemble the brains two hemispheres with tiny wrinkles or folds and a hard external covering. They also help develop over three dozen neuron-transmitters. Kidney beans (are you catching on here), sweet potatoes resemble the pancreas and help balance your glycemic index.
Celery and rhubarb resemble bones and are composed of 21 percent sodium. You guessed it, bones are comprised of 21 percent sodium, of which your body draws from as needed.
Figs, olives, citrus, avocados there are too many to mention in this short column.
Thec point is fresh, wholesome foods were designed to keep us healthy. Think about what your eating and choose a diverse, well balanced diet and if your trying to fool Mother Nature, don't she's done more for us than most of us realize.